Scania works actively across its global organisation to create safe workplaces and to minimise its environmental impacts.
Central resources support the entire organisation, working together with local operations within our business and production units. With focus on the needs of the business our experts in the area engage in active dialogue with different levels of the organisation. The work is done cross functionally in teams that are put together to ensure broad competence.
The aim is to ensure a sustainable organisation with managers and employees who take personal responsibility.
Roles within Safety, Health and Environment
Work Environment Engineer
- offers support, advice and participation with relation to customers’ systematic working environment initiatives
- performs risk assessments and gives advice on the physical work environment for individuals, groups and for the entire organisation
- works with collaborating with/supporting colleagues cross functionally, nationally and globally
- engages in strategic dialogue and gives operative support in the area of psychosocial work environment
- prevents, evaluates and acts upon work-related psychosocial illness at an individual, group and organisational level
- participates in work customisation and rehabilitation processes
- conducts ergonomic risk assessments, monitoring and improvement work
- provides education and information about work methods where the risk of overloading has been identified and can be prevented
- participates in rehabilitation processes
Staff Medical Officer
- participates in rehabilitation processes and evaluation of working ability
- holds patients consultations
- conducts legally required medical check-ups
- prevents, evaluates and acts upon work-related illnesses
- conducts legally required medical check-ups and new employee check-ups
- conducts individual consultations regarding lifestyle and health
- plans, performs and follows up on health promoting activities and projects
- educates and lectures
- performs surveying and mapping