Cooperation between the two universities to date has involved, among other things, joint postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Process and Environmental Engineering, which have been completed by more than 100 graduates of the Mail School of Fire Service in Warsaw. Now, the signed agreement provides for long-term cooperation in science, research and development, as well as teaching and organisational activities.
The aim of joint activities of TUL and SGSP is to train human resources and develop technologies related to broadly defined safety and environmental protection. This will be achieved, among other things, through research projects and a greater number of joint scientific publications.
The key word in this agreement is safety. Counteracting the risk of explosion in technological processes is an issue of extreme importance, as is fire safety. Our cooperation may extend to other fields and touch upon typical chemical problems, but also hazards related to the functioning of machinery and electrical and mechanical equipment, or fire safety in the construction industry - said the Rector of Lodz University of Technology, Professor Krzysztof Jóźwik, after signing the agreement in the Rector's Office.
On the part of the SGSP, the agreement was initialled by Rector-Commander Superintendent Mariusz Feltynowski.