Documentation of changes and risk management in education and training activities at first and second cycle level
Changes resulting from altered teaching during the Covid-19 virus outbreak need to be documented. The documentation is a basis for future planning and follow-up.
Risk assessment on return to campus teaching
The Department is responsible for ensuring that risk assessment is carried out and that the recommendations of the Public Health Agency are followed. If there is a need for priorities/joint planning between departments on each campus, the dean is responsible for ensuring that coordination. For activities in public areas, the Property and Facilities Office is responsible.
Risk assessment can be maintained in the course act or registered (diarieförd) if there are more courses involved in the risk assessment.
Public Health Agency: Information to higher education on covid-19 (only in Swedish)
- Programme management needs to be informed about decisions, etc. at the course level in order to get an overall picture of the changes/risks within the programme.
- Students have the right to be represented when decisions are made that have an impact on the education or the students' situation.