Vuiolations of the guidelines about the coronavirus (Covid 19) and the Infection control guide
Injuries, accidents, and near-accidents
Errors and shortcomings
Violations of laws and regulations
Violations of internal routines and guidelines
The purpose of reporting
The purpose of reporting is to ensure that failures to comply with accepted practice are registered and communicated to the relevant people, in order that necessary measures can be put into effect to prevent, uncover and correct errors and shortcomings. All such failures constitute a potential for the university to improve, and we are therefore happy to receive in as many reports as possible.
The employee who becomes aware of a failure to comply with accepted practice shall immediately notify concerning this using the relevant form and submitting it to the division manager (the individual responsible for HSE).
The division manager (responsible for HSE) will find a solution to the case in question, and provide the sender with feedback about this.
When staff send in a message pertaining to failures to comply with accepted practice, the chief safety representative, the security manager , and the HSE coordinator automatically receive an e-mail showing that a message concerning a failure to comply with accepted practice has been sent in. They also receive a message when measures have been implemented and the case closed.
An overview of the unit managers with responsibility for HSE at UIA.