Crisis management at LiU
The aim of crisis management at LiU is to create readiness for consistent and clear management of situations that may arise, so as to guarantee a return to normal operations as quickly as possible.
The Central Crisis Management Organisation is tasked with coordinating the University's efforts during major events such as accidents, serious threats, hostage-taking, natural disasters, fires etc. These are situations that demand immediate and coordinated action within the University with the purpose of minimising fallout. The work is led by the Central Crisis Management Group, with the University Director as manager and convener. There are one alternate for all functions in the Central Crisis Management Organisation, see the contact list to the right.
The Central Crisis Management Group is responsible for:
- keeping informed on events
- cohesive management with clear roles quickly established
- establishing coordination at central and local levels within the University and, when necessary, other actors such as the County Administrative Board, police, emergency services etc.
Corresponding groups can be found locally at each department/equivalent.
The Central Crisis management organisation
LiU's Central Crisis Management Organisation:
Kent Waltersson (Stand-in Roger Klinth)
Chief of staff
Ann Holmlid (Stand-in Robert Ericsson)
Marie Ekström-Lorentzon (Stand-in Åsa Arvidsson)
Pia Rundgren (Stand-in
Gunilla Johansson (Stand-in Jonas Blom)
Mariethe Larsson (Stand-in Lennart Falklöf)
Annevi Fredäng (Stand-in Helena Tegehed Dahlin)
Depends on the crisis
Marina Geijer (Stand-in Marie Eslon)
IT och telephony
Joakim Nejdeby (Stand-in Anna Fredin)
Karolina Ganhammar (Stand-in Tobias Lindberg)
Annika Svenvik (Stand-in Sofie Alexandersson)
Official in Emergency Prepardness/Tjänsteman i beredskap (TiB)
Last updated: 2018-01-23