Psychosocial working environment
The psychosocial working environment is a collective term that covers the interaction between people in a workplace, the work of the individual and its impact on the employee, organisational conditions and the culture of the organisation.
The HSE meeting is a mapping tool that is used to achieve a systematic development of the psychosocial working environment.
Working Environment and Climate Surveys (ARK)
ARK is a working environment and climate survey which will be conducted for all employees at the UiB in March 2021. The survey serves as both a management tool and a participation tool and is conducted at the UiB once every 3 years.
In the event of challenges in the working environment
It is the manager who is responsible for preventing and dealing with problems in the working environment. You can also seek assistance from the Occupational Health Service and the HR department, or ask safety delegates and elected representatives for help.
Psychological support for PhD candidates and young scientists
The occupational health service at UiB offers psychological support for PhD candidates and young scientists who experience health challenges related to work.
Consultations are available with the occupational health care staff at the Occupational Health Service