Training in Work environment issues related to manager responsibilities, Module 2: Organizational and social work environment

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The course "Work environment issues related to manager responsibilities" consists of a series of three modules: "Module 1: Systematic work environment management" opens the series. "Module 2: Organizational and social work environment" and "Module 3: Laboratory Safety" can then be taken in any order. 

Aim

The aim of the course is to increase knowledge about the organizational and social work environment and a systematic approach to combining preventative work with corrective measures.

Content

Organizational and social work environment, supportive processes and measures  that are available at Karolinska Institute today, strategies for handling conflicts and victimization in the workplace.

Target group

Everyone who has/will be given delegated work environment tasks and sometime during the last five years has participated in Karolinska Institute organized leadership training “Work environment issues related to manager responsibilities, Module 1: Systematic work environment management  or "Basic work environment training /Grundläggande arbetsmiljöutbildning (2 day)" .

Course leader

Pia Stenberg, HR Office in collaboration with Previa (KI’s Occupational Health Service).  

Course dates and application

Autumn 2018

Time:                 20 November 2018  8.30 - 12.00  (The course is given in English)
Venue:               Conference Room 507, Nobels väg 6, Solna (Aula Medica)


Sign up no later than a week before the course begins

Welcome!
 

Spring 2019

Time:                 20 March 2019  8.30 - 12.00  (The course is given in Swedish)
Venue:               Flemingsberg

or
Time:                 11 April 2019  8.30 - 12.00  (The course is given in Swedish)
Venue:               Solna

or
Time:                 8 May 2019  8.30 - 12.00  (The course is given in English)
Venue:               Solna

Sign up no later than a week before the course begins

Welcome!

Work environment