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Work Environment and Equality

Occupational health concerns everything from human relations at work over the ergonomy to safety. It concerns everybody working or studying at the University.

Report incidents in GURIA (the University of Gothenburgs system for risk, incident and deviation management).

Harassment and other forms of victimising behaviour implies that a person has been subjected to harassment, victimisation or social exclusion and can have negative effects on the person’s work. Prevention and investigation of such behaviour is an integral part of the University’s systematic work environment management. Staff portal page about harassment

Work Environment Group

The department's Work Environment Group, arbetsmiljögrupp, includes Head of Department, Human Resources Officer, Health and Safety Representative, Students' Health and Safety Representatives, a representative for researchers / teachers, a representative of Phd students and Equality Treatment Coordinator. The work is led by Human Resources Officer Emelie Seeliger.

Compilation of a working environment questionnaire and physical working environment inspection round 2018:


Compilation of the student working environment questionnaire and inspection round 2018:


Health and Safety Representative

Petra Andersson
Simon Dobnik
Madelaine Miller

Equal Treatment Representative

Ana María Mora Marquez

More information at the faculty page Equal value and equal opportunities

Students' Health and Safety Representatives (SAMO)

David Sundström

For additional information, please see the Swedish web page.

Page Manager: Monica Havström|Last update: 3/12/2020

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