Risk assessment of contagion risks regarding COVID-19
On this page, general risk assessments and measures linked to them are published. Risk assessments are made in connection with changed recommendations from the Government and the Public Health Agency.
8 February 2022
12 January 2022
13 December 2021
Information measures linked to removed restrictions from 9 February 2022
Working hours and public transport
To avoid many people gathering in public transport at the same time at the start and end of the working day, the following applies:
- The employees covered by the agreement on flexible working hours can adjust working hours according to the framework of the agreement. Read more about flexible working hours on the page Working hours .
- Employees who are covered by non-regulated working hours can adjust their working hours to avoid traveling in rush hour traffic. Read more about non-regulated working hours on the page Working hours .
- The employees with an agreement on telework can, when the work so allows, work from home up to two days a week.
Meetings and large gatherings
This applies to meetings and larger gatherings:
- Larger physical meetings should be avoided if possible, hold them digitally instead.
- Meeting organizers should make sure that it is possible to keep distance between participants at physical meetings.
- Larger gatherings should, if possible, be avoided. If there is a need to hold the gathering, then review the possibility of holding it out outdoors.
If you belong to a risk group, inform your manager about this. Special measures for people in risk groups may need to be taken.
- KTH urges everyone who can to get vaccinated against COVID-19, it is still possible to do this during working hours.
- Stay home if you have symptoms.
- Wash your hands with soap and warm water or use hand sanitizer.
- The property department at GVS provides hand sanitizer and carries out extended cleaning in public spaces.