Safety Committee

Safety Information

The Working Environment Committee is part of the Safety Organisation at Aalborg University. The structure of the Working Environment Committee is made according to “Bekendtgørelse nr. 739 af 22. september 1997” regarding safety and health care in companies.

The Working Environment Committee is also involved in working place evaluations (arbejdspladsvurdering), which are made for offices as well as laboratories.

Minutes of meetings can be found here.

Safety Rules, Forms and Information

The Working Environment Committee is responsible for safety and health conditions in all offices and laboratories under the Department of Energy Technology in both Aalborg and Esbjerg; for all students as well as for all employees. Students, who want to work in the laboratories, are obliged to attend a Course in Laboratory Safety, before they are allowed to work in the laboratories. This also applies to PhD students. Employees working with chemicals at Department of Energy Technology are obliged to attend a Course in Chemical safety. These courses are held approximately every half year with teacher: Barbara Samuelsen, Working Environment Specialist.

A list of students allowed to work in the laboratories can be found here: Students allowed to work in the laboratories.

A list of employees allowed to handle chemicals in the laboratories can be found here: Employees allowed to handle chemicals.

Everyone working in the laboratories must fill out a Work Place Permit, which may be found here: Work Place Permit

Information about general safety rules and a list of responsible persons in the laboratories, both TAP and VIP, may be found here:

In order to ensure that these guidelines are followed it is important that everyone working in the laboratories are aware of the rules.

Special Awareness Topics

The work carried out in the Working Environment Committee is ongoing in order to secure and improve the safety and health care for everybody at the Department of Energy Technology.

The Working Environment Committee urge all employees and students to have special attention to the following:

  • No lab. in student group rooms
  • No coffee etc. in the laboratories
  • Flexibility and cleanup due to laboratory renovation

Members of the Working Environment Committee - Energy Technology

Eva Janik; (B Representative), Office
Walter Neumayr; (B Representative), Electric
Mads Lund; (B Representative), Electric + Mechanics
Anne Vibeke Kofoed Rasmussen; (B Representative), Chemicals/gas
Henry Enevoldsen; (B Representative), Esbjerg
Simon Pedersen, (A Representative), Esbjerg
Tamas Kerekes, (A Representative), Electric
Lasse Schmidt, (A Representative), Mechanics
Mads Pagh Nielsen, (A Representative), Chemicals/gas
Henrik Sørensen, (A Representative), Thermal + Office
John K. Pedersen, (A Representative), Chairman
Gitte Husted, (minute taker)