Each department has its own Occupational Health and Safety and Environmental Service Prevention Officer. When it comes to safe working conditions, the Prevention Officer is your first point of contact.
When should you consult the Prevention Officer?
The Occupational Health and Safety and Environmental Service Prevention Officer can help to solve and prevent problems pertaining to:
- Working conditions;
- Accidents and serious incidents;
- Physical workload;
- Psychosocial workload;
- Undesirable behaviour;
- Hazardous substances and the environment;
- General safety;
- Working safely with biological agents;
- Climate complaints;
- Complaints about lighting;
- Working in noise;
- Separation of waste.
Your department’s Prevention Officer
If you wish to find out who the Occupational Health and Safety and Environmental Service Prevention Officer in your department is, consult the Organisation Manual (job title: Prevention Officer) or contact the head of your department.
Become a Prevention Officer
Together with the Radboud university medical center Human Resources Department, the Department of Occupational Health and Safety and Environmental Service organises a training programme for new Prevention Officers at Radboud university medical center and Radboud University. This training programme is held at least twice a year, in spring and autumn. Aside from this programme, there is a refresher course that is also held twice a year.