Work related accidents must be reported by filling out the information online. You will find the form via a link on the right-hand side.
The Occupational Health and Safety Organization consists of four levels:
All work on GMO organisms must be reported to the Danish Working Environment Authority. The notification consists of:
The project owner must subsequently file various permits so that they can be presented if the Labour Inspectorate wishes to see them during a supervisory visit.
The Department has received approval of the GMO classification applications for the Skou building. It is possible for group leaders to have existing project permissions updated with the new Lab IDs. This is required for permits for activities that are to take place in class 1, class 2 and / or class animals. The easiest way to have existing permissions updated is by sending an email to the Danish Working Environment Authority - use the address: PostkasseTC-Ost-Gen@at.dk They ask for a clear indication of which permission is being updated with the new Lab ID in the mail.
The new Lab IDs in Skou:
When you apply for new permits online, you must use the following information:
AU’s CVR: 31119103, Skous P-number: 1023869604 and the address Høegh-Guldbergsgade 10, 8000 Aarhus C (NB: the road from Høegh-Guldbergsgade cannot be used yet). New permits cannot be applied for by e-mail or letter. Use the following link for: Schedules for GMO room and project reviews
Since permits for work with biological agents only need to be renewed in the event of significant changes, they should not be renewed when moving the building when continuing to work in labs with the same precautions / classification.
Regarding isotope permits in Skou: Peder Madsen will apply to become a radiation protection coordinator. For work with isotopes, contact Peder Madsen (firstname.lastname@example.org) for instruction.
There is no news regarding applications or updates to existing permits to the Animal Research Inspectorate.
Enter the Danish Health Authority's website and complete the electronic form.
Attach a file for each isotope lab. Use, for example the form that is ordinarily used by your lab for regular controls and measurements of the radio nucleotides you use - and which state:
Attach a statement that you have disposed of all radioactive material. You can remove the "Isotope Signage" on receit of receipt from the Danish Health Authority.
Once a year, the working environment organisation and management in collaboration with the employees discuss how to organise the following year's collaboration as to the working environment. The committee will assess whether the objectives of the previous year have been achieved and establish new objectives for the following year's collaboration. On this basis, the committee must prepare a plan for how they will work together in the coming year to ensure a good working environment. The discussion is statutory. Read more on the Danish Working Environment Authority's website
The working environment discussions below are in Danish: