Work Environment Organisation at CLINTEC

The Work Environment Group is the Head of Department's resource and is composed of representatives from different professions both employees and employers, as well as safety representatives / student safety representatives.

The Work Environment Group initiates and follow up safety rounds, is a link between the Department and the Work Environment Committee, between the Department and the Occupational Health Service and between the Department and Student Health.

It is also the Work Environment Group that carries out the annual follow-up of the Department's systematic work environment work - SAM.

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Environment and climate at CLINTEC

To achieve KI:s Strategy 2030 and contribute to the Swedish national environmental quality standards as well as the UN’s 2030 Agenda, KI has produced an action plan for the environment and climate. The strategy takes into account KI:s significant environmental aspects (energy use, new and reconstructions, chemicals and chemical waste, business travel, research and first-cycle education, and is divided into eight target areas for departments.

Here you will find CLINTEC:s eight target areas - Environment and Climate at CLINTEC

Work Environment Group at CLINTEC



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Magnus Nilsson

Professor/Senior Physician;Professor

Secretary and responsible for the safety rounds

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Monica Hagbok


Please see our Swedish page for our other group members.

Work environment & health at Karolinska Institutet

All employees have right to good working conditions. In the Work Environment Act, there are regulations about the obligations of employers and others responsible for safety, to prevent ill health and accidents at work

To Staff Portal - Work environment and health

Åsa Catapano