Our work environment is important both for securing job satisfaction and avoiding accidents. We must all strive for the best possible work environment, for our own sake and others, so we have a responsibility to be aware of and abide by the rules that apply. If you need help or more information, please contact one of our health and safety representatives.
In case of an accident
Emergency telephone numbers
- Emergencies: 0 112
- Poison control: 0 08-33 12 31
- Medical advice: 0 1177
- Online medical advice
Dial zero to reach numbers outside Lund University. Do not dial zero on your cell phone.
Lund University’s emergency telephone
Dial extension 207 00 if you need to get in contact with a security guard or standby staff. If you are calling from outside LU the number is 046 222 07 00.
Reporting an error
During office hours, staff located in the Biology building should report errors to Lars Fredriksson at 046 222 94 74. Staff in the Ecology building should report errors to Carl Sjökvist at 046 222 38 03.
For emergencies during non-office hours, call the Akademiska hus helpline at 0 31 13 10.
Reporting incidents and accidents
There is a legal obligation to report accidents and incidents (situations that could have led to an accident). Contact your head of unit as well as your health and safety representative for assistance in this matter.
Psychosocial work environment
Our objective is to create a good work environment. Every year we send out a survey to the department staff members. The HMS committee and the HMS-AU work to remedy the problems identified through the surveys.
If you experience psychosocial problems at work you need to notify your head of unit or your health and safety representative. If you do not wish to discuss these problems with either of them, there are also two specially appointed staff representatives with whom you can discuss these problems in confidence: Carina Rasmussen at the Biology building and Anders Brodin at the Ecology building. Naturally, you can also send them other thoughts or comments that you might have.
At the Lund University's main Staff Pages there is information about waste disposal. At the staff pages, there is also a Waste disposal handbook (pdf; 3.5 MB) Ask the personal responsible for your lab how you should handle the waste.