Occupational Safety and Radiation Protection Staff Unit
The Staff Unit of Occupational Safety and Radiation Protection deals with tasks and questions concerning workplace safety and radiation protection. In this, the Staff Unit is directly assigned to the Chancellor. The leadership of the Staff Unit is entrusted to the senior RWTH workplace safety professional.
The Occupational Safety and Radiation Protection staff support and advise all employees of RWTH Aachen University in all manner of occupational safety and radiation and health protection matters. Thus, for all questions dealing with workplace safety or radiation protection – whether it be at the office, at the shop, at the lab, or wherever else people work with hazardous substances at the university – the Staff Unit is the right point of contact.
This is the workplace of all appointed occupational safety professionals and trainees. Their responsibilities are regulated by Section 6 of the Occupational Safety Act. Among others, they are tasked with supporting and advising the administration of the University as well as other persons responsible for workplace safety and accident prevention in all matters related to occupational protection, including the functional design of work processes and spaces according to the principles of human-factors engineering. They also play an important role when new equipment, facilities, or work processes are introduced in that they examine the safety-related aspects involved. They furthermore monitor that occupational safety and accident prevention measures are implemented while also guiding staff to behave according to safety-related principles and teaching and training them to avoid hazards.
The top priority for the radiation protection professionals is the protection of humans and the environment from radioactive substances or ionizing radiation. Thus, the employees of this unit deal with all matters that serve to avoid unnecessary exposure to radiation and limit and reduce radiation dose. Accordingly, they supervise the handling of radioactive materials as well as the operation of x-ray and laser facilities in research, engineering and medicine.
Common Questions About the Staff Unit
Coronavirus pandemic: where do I find information on the procedures for implementing protective measures?
The relevant documents are available on the Intranet pandemic page.
What is the correct procedure after an occupational or commuting accident?
Is there information about occupational safety at the university, specifically regarding assistance in creating risk assessments?
Yes, we possess a digital risk assessment database. This can be accessed through our AGU management system.
Can I find more information on the topic of occupational safety and radiation protection anywhere?
Yes, for further information, please visit our Intranet pages (de).
Where can I view the laws and regulations that are required to be posted by law?
The relevant legal documents are available on the intranet on the AGU Management System or in the collection of rules and regulations on occupational safety, environmental protection, and technology law.
Dr. Heike, Wolf
|Phone: +49 241 80 94291|
Maryam Delavarian M.Sc.
|Phone: +49 241 80 97097|
|M. Delavarian ist außerdem als Sicherheitsfachkraft im Arbeitsschutz tätig.|
|Marion Thielen||Phone: +49 241 80 98225|
|Phone: +49 241 80 97083|
|Achim Christoph B.Sc.||Phone: +49 241 80 93611|
|Tamara Höffkes Master of Business Admin.||Phone: +49 241 80 98402|
|Phone: +49 241 80 98404|
|Betriebswirt (VWA), Staatlich geprüfter Techniker|
|Phone: +49 241 80 94247|
|Sven Nickel B.Sc.||Phone: +49 241 80 97084|
|Lars Pfeifer B.Sc.||Phone: +49 241 80 98403|
|Dipl.-Ing. Britta Derichs||Phone: +49 241 80 94306|
|Dipl.-Ing. Marc Haberhauer||Phone: +49 241 80 98401|
|Grit Kern M.A.||Phone: +49 241 80 94255|
|Georg Mennicken||Phone: +49 241 80 94305|
|Phone: +49 241 80 94883|