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Cricis management

Sudden and serious situations can sometimes arise without warning. These events can vary widely in nature; everything from an incident affecting a single individual to events at a department or the entire faculty. The Crisis and Disaster Management Plan of the Faculty of Social Sciences provides guidance and states the measures that are to be taken when an accident happens or when threatening or crisis situations arise at the workplace.

In an emergency – call 112

Don’t forget to dial 0-112 if you are calling from within the University.

University security control centre – 20 700

If you need to contact a security officer or the University’s on-call staff, call +46 46 222 07 00.

The faculty’s procedures in crisis situations

The aim of the Crisis and Disaster Management Plan at the Faculty of Social Sciences is to create preparedness for coherent and clear management and to develop procedures for interventions in serious events on varying scales, everything from a single department to the entire faculty.

Crisis and Disaster Management Plan for the Faculty of Social Sciences (In Swedish, PDF 192 kB, new window)

If you need crisis support

If you need crisis support, speak with your line manager. 

If you do not feel comfortable speaking with your line manager, contact your nearest human resources officer.

In case of an emergency, call the University’s 24-hour security control centre at 046-222 07 00. When calling during office hours, ask to speak with the security unit. The chief security officer’s contact information can also be found on the top right-hand corner of this page. If you are calling from abroad, please dial +46 46 222 07 00.

An agreement has been signed with Familjeterapeuterna Syd AB for the provision of acute psychological crisis support. They have a crisis team with registered psychologists and psychotherapists and are available 24/7 by phone. The team can also provide crisis support on site within 24 hours. Contact your immediate HR officer for more information about Familjeterapeuterna.

Get information in crisis situations

The chief security officer recommends that all staff members ensure that their work mobile phone and/or private mobile phone number is registered in LUCAT to enable rapid dissemination of information in crisis situations. Your private details are not visible online when others search for your contact details.

Update your contact details in LUCAT

Report all incidents

No incident is too small to report! Incidents could include:

  • unauthorised persons
  • damage
  • burglaries
  • theft
  • hate, threats or violence

When you report the incident you will receive help to ensure that all necessary external reports and contact are made.

More information is availble on Staff Pages

You can also read more on the Staff Pages about reporting occupational injuries and incidents

Managers can find specific information on occupational injuries and incidents on the HR website


Andréa Björk
HR manager
Faculty Office
+ 46 46 222 72 07
andrea [dot] bjork [at] sam [dot] lu [dot] se (andrea[dot]bjork[at]sam[dot]lu[dot]se)