Work environment training
KI regularly offers work environment training for managers, safety representatives and others who handle work environment issues in their operations.
Basic Work Environment Training Program (BWETP) for Safety Representatives
This expression of interest will be open until April 30.
The BWETP gives you basic knowledge in:
- Systematic Work Environment Management (SWEM) at KI
- responsibilities and obligations as a Safety Representative at KI
- responsibilities and obligations as a employer
- work environmental laws, regulations and provisions
- tools for risk analysis and risk assessments
How: Digital in Teams (Microsoft Office/365)
Time: 09:00-15:00 (incl 1h lunchbreak)
Date: In May. Exact date to be announced when we have a least 5 registrations of interest
This training program is open for employees, doctoral students at Karolinska Institutet.
Work environment issues related to the manager's responsibility
Modules 1-3 (half-days) are mandatory for managers and others who are to receive / have received a delegation of work environment tasks. These modules are conducted in Swedish and English, 2-3 times per semester.
Module 1: Systematic work environment management
The training is mandatory for those with delegated work environment tasks.
In order for the delegation of work environment tasks to be valid, it requires that that those delegated such tasks have sufficient competence in order to conduct well functioning work environment management.
Work Environment Act, Work environment provisions, systematic work environment management, allocation of tasks/manager's role and responsibilities, identification of risks, risk assessment, actions and follow-ups.
Module 2: Organizational and social work environment
This course is directed towards managers with staff liability and HR-managers having previously participated in Module 1 - Systematic Work Environment Management.
Module 3: Laboratory Safety
The aim of the course is to provide basic knowledge about the responsibilities, legislation, policies and procedures related to laboratory safety, and to communicate a basic understanding of risk identification and risk management, and how a manager ensures good laboratory safety.
Risk assessment training
Risk assessments in the systematic work environment management is an in-depth education aimed at managers with delegated responsibility, safety representatives, members of KI Work Environment groups, HR. Requirement: participants shall have attended the basic course Module 1. This training, which is held in Swedish and English, is based entirely on practical exercises.