As a Creative Day project, Nutrition and Psychology students work on risk prevention projects in the automotive industry.

Based on research, they found that workers in this industry are prone to certain health problems, mainly due to the stress of their work, work schedules and poor eating habits.

For this reason, the psychology students developed an intervention strategy to improve the work environment through an orientation guide for workers and the design of an inventory to measure the emotional and nutritional impact of each activity, in order to monitor and prevent possible effects on the health of workers in the automotive industry.