If you notice any gaps in our safety system, please inform a member of the Faculty safety commission, so that appropriate measures can be taken to rectify the situation.
Faculty safety commission
The Faculty safety commission is made up of representatives of all concerned organizational units and works in collaboration with the service of the equipment (SELOG) for the coordination and control of all safety aspects linked to laboratory activities. This commission ensures the exchange of information, safety at work, the respect of legal prescriptions, and the education of collaborators and students in safety matters.
Organizational unit Representative Faculty – Coordination Nicolas Hoyler 8680 Faculté – Dean's office Andrina Zbinden 8616 Department of Biology Didier Reinhardt 8818 Department of Chemistry Fabio Zobi 8785 Department of Geosciences Bernard Grobéty* 8936 Department of Physics Véronique Trappe 9119 Medicine Section Anna Lauber-Biason
Adolphe Merkle Institute Michael Mayer 8968 Central Services Aline Scherz
* Current president
Department of Chemistry safety commission
The safety commission of the Department of Chemistry is responsible for all aspects relating to safety and hygiene at work. It ensures the working order of safety infrastructure and accident prevention and organizes training of its collaborators in safety matters.
This commission meets about once every six weeks and reviews recent incidents, future activities and measures to be taken to increase the safety of the building.
Members of the commission Role Marco Lattuada President of the safety commission
Representative of physical chemistry
Fabio Zobi Representative of inorganic chemistry Anne Schuwey Vice-president, CFST-safety delegate
Representative of the administrative and technical staff
N.N. Representative of physical chemistry Andreas Kilbinger Representative of organic chemistry Maja Ivanovic Secretary of the safety commission Priscilla Brunetto Representative of the Fromm Lab and Bio lab N.N. Representative of the intermediary staff N.N. Student representative Nicolas Hoyler Faculty safety coordinator Thomas Werren Chief of University safety