HSE guidelines are governing documents for HSE work at NTNU's units. See the Emergency Preparedness page for information about the systematic emergency preparedness work at NTNU.
Guidelines with associated procedures are also gathered under the various sections selected in the left menu or directly in the links below.
At NTNU, there are these guidelines for HSE work:
Systematic HSE work (read more)
- Guideline for systematic HSE work
- Guideline for annual review of the systematic HSE work - Internal control
- Guideline for facilitation and cooperation between the line manager and the safety representative
- Guideline for risk assessment and risk management related to HSE (during work)
- Guideline for reporting and handling HSE deviations
- Guideline for the use of the occupational health service (OHS)
- Guideline for fire protection
- Guideline for HSE in field work
Organizational and psychosocial work environment (read more)
- Guideline for a fully sound psychosocial work environment (during work)
- Guideline for intoxication and addiction problems (during work)
- Guidelines for handling personal conflicts, harassment and inappropriate behavior (PDF, 822kB) (in Norwegian)
Physical work environment (read more)
- Guideline for a fully safe physical work environment
- Guideline for radiation protection and use of radiation sources
Chemical and biological work environment (read more)
- Guideline for handling and use of chemicals and gases
- Guideline for handling and use of biological factors
- Guideline for substance registers and exposure registers (in progress)
- Guideline for fume cupboards
Ergonomics (read more)
An HSE guideline applies to the whole of NTNU and provides guidelines for what to do in given situations. These may be requirements for detailed procedures and routines to be prepared and / or requirements for combinations of technical measures and associated routines for follow-up, maintenance and reporting, etc. The unit can prepare local HSE guidelines, but these can not conflict with the central HSE guidelines.
An HSE procedure describes how to perform a task / activity. The unit can prepare local HSE procedures itself, but these can not conflict with Central HSE procedures.