Allocation of responsibilities
Find out what you, as an employee, are expected to do in a crisis. You can also read about the emergency team's and the crisis organisation's responsibilities.
Crisis and preparedness team
The team must be available around the clock according to a rolling schedule. Setting time during standby is 60 minutes in the event of an incident. The emergency response team act on site and inform the crisis organisation.
The team must inform what type of incident it is and get help from the person concerned in the crisis group. After the emergency phase, the team hands the incident to the safety coordinator, who reports in the IA system, follows up and updates the action plan.
The crisis organisation must be available during office hours, act together in the event of an incident and take the lead in its profession in the event of an incident.
The crisis organisation must act, prioritise and delegate during an incident. Afterwards, the crisis organisation is responsible for evaluating the incident, following up measures, and ensuring a sustainable emergency preparedness-before-crisis organisation within the school.
Each employee must know their immediate local support within security. For example, knowing where the emergency exits, assembly points, defibrillators and the like are. Also, act in case of fire alarm and report in the IA system for prevention.
Employees should find out what applies in security areas via KTH's and the school's internal pages. New employees have mandatory attendance at the introduction for new employees where vital information is given about safety.
Managers are expected to act as role models and continuously inform the school and KTH about safety.
Appointed managers are responsible for following the delegation procedure for the school.