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The University strives to be a workplace in which hatred, threats, violence and crises do not exist. But despite this ambition, they sometimes still occur. This page gathers information for managers on how to handle such situations.
The University's security and service number+46 90-786 76 00
The University's crisis number+46 90-786 97 00
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Firstly, look after the employee or student who needs support.
• Are others affected than the victim? This could be a group of students, work team or similar. If so, it is important to ask all involved individuals what support they need, and inform them of what has happened, with the details you are able to share.
When the situation has calmed down, it is important to follow up on what has happened.
A good way of handling a situation involving hatred, threats, violence or crisis is to be prepared:
Crisis management at Umeå University
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Crises, threats and violence, and bereavement (information for staff)
Have you been harassed, discriminated or in other ways victimised? (information for staff)
Information on how to act and receive help in issues related to work environment, harassment, threats, incidents and injuries.