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Work Environment

This page provides information and support in the field of work environment.

Work environment policy

Lund University’s Work Environment Policy applies to employees and students.

Read more about the policy

Systematic work environment management (SAM)

Managers must act to ensure a positive work environment and work to prevent accidents and illness in the workplace.

Read  more about systematic work environment management (SAM)

Employee health

​​​​​​​Read more here about how the Occupational Health Service can help managers regarding statutory medical check-ups and rehabilitation issues.

Read more bout employee health

Incidents and occupational injuries

In the event of ill health or accidents at work or situations that could have led to ill health or accidents for employees, you as a manager must manage these events

Read more about incidents and occupational injuries 

Victimisation and harassment

Here, line managers and managers responsible for education can find information about and support in preventing and dealing with cases of victimisation, harassment and sexual harassment.

Read more about victimisation and harassment    

Support for work environment matters

Read more about support for work environment matters


Contact your HR officer or your faculty/equivalent work environment coordinator in the event of questions.

You may also use the HR Division’s case management system to ask questions to the Division about different areas connected to HR encompassed in your role. 

A link to the case management system can be found on this page on the right