Occupational Health Services
NTNU’s Occupational Health Service aids leaders, employees, work environment committees and safety representatives in questions regarding the work environment, to contribute to creating a healthy and safe work environment. Occupational Health Services is an independent subdivision of the HSE division. The personnel in the Occupational Health Service have a duty of confidentiality.
Similar offers are also delivered locally in Gjøvik and Ålesund, from Stamina Helse AS. See contact details at the bottom of the page.
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Occupational Health Services offers: #
- help mapping and assessing the risk of the work environment, including physical, organisational and psychosocial factors.
- help working out guidelines for work processes.
- suggestions for preventative safety measures.
- training and information about occupational health, industrial hygiene, ergonomics, external environment, chemicals, and general health and safety.
- help with establishing, maintaining and changing workplaces, locations and equipment.
- work environment evaluation and adaptation.
- measurement of physical, chemical and biological factors.
- help with following up workplace absenteeism.
- help with conflict resolution and harassment
- help monitoring and following up an employees health in relation to their work situation, by performing medical examinations of employees who have been exposed to hazardous factors (such as dust, loud noises, chemicals, biological factors and radiation).
Employers are responsible for contacting Occupational Health Services for help.
NTNU’s Occupational Health Service is approved by the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority.
Regulations and Legislation (in Norwegian) #
- The Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority’s fact page about Occupational Health Services
- The Work Environment Act, chapter 3, § 3-3
- Companies within certain branches are required to have approved Occupational Health Services, regulation
- The use of approved Occupational Health Services, regulation
Contact Occupational Health Services #
All employees at NTNU can, regardless of where they work, contact Occupational health services in Trondheim to ask for advice. If necessary, employees who work in Gjøvik or Ålesund will be asked to contact Stamina instead. Employees who work in Gjøvik or Ålesund can of course also contact Stamina directly.
- A list of Occupational Health Service’s employees in Trondheim (in Norwegian)
- Tina Hagen, Occupational Physiotherapist
- Bjørg Aadahl, Occupational health Physician
- Margunn Losnegard Karlsen, Occupational Health Nurse
- Ann Kristin Sjaastad, Occupational Hygienist
- Eli Rognes Klepp, adviser psychosocial and organizational work environment
- Borgny Hedvig Wold, adviser psychosocial and organizational work environment
- Tove Gjelset, Adviser
Location in Trondheim: Kalvskinnet, Sverres gate 12, Akrinn, 6th floor - map. Use the stair or the elevator next to the canteen in Akrinn. When you come to the 6th floor, take a seat in the waiting area.
Gjøvik:Marianne Bilgrav Nielsen (Stamina Helse AS) is contact person for leaders with personnel responsibility. Employees can contact Stamina for a session with medical practitioner, physiotherapist or nurse concerning occupational health issues. Contactinformation: Call 61 11 34 34 or email email@example.com.
Ålesund:Stine Taklo (Stamina Helse AS)is contact person for leaders with personnel responsibility. Employees can contact Stamina for a session with medical practitioner, physiotherapist or nurse concerning occupational health issues. Contactinformation: Call 70 15 25 50 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Last edited 04.11.2019