This page is a complement to Stockholm University's employee website for employees at the Department of Geological Sciences.


Terms of employment

In "You and your workplace" you will find an overview of the terms of employment at Stockholm University. Here you can find information about working hours, illness and medical care, different types of leave, holidays and insurance and pension.

You and your workplace

Checklist starting/ending employment at IGV (74 Kb)

Wellness benefit

Occupational health care services


Secondary employment means any activity alongside a staff member’s work that cannot be regarded as part of his or her private life. Secondary employment can be either paid or unpaid.

Regulations concerning secondary employment

Employees should report secondary employment in the HR system Primula.
Teachers should do this continuously and on their own initiative. Other employees are only required to report secondary employment in Primula, if the employer requests it.

Agreement with new travel agency, Egencia, applies from July 1, 2019. The travel agency has been contracted in accordance with the Swedish Public Procurement Act.

The agreement means that it obliges everyone at the university to buy their business travel with them.

Contact Egencia

Stockholm University and SJ AB have an agreement on business travel by train.
Train tickets can be bought directly from SJ.

Expenses are reported by the employee directly in primula, copies of receipts are scanned in and attached to the case. The originals are delivered to the financial administrator.

Financial management

When writting an invoice, enter reference 464 and your name.

For more information on purchases & invoices:

Purchases & Invoices


The Stockholm University section for safety and security is available around the clock seven days per week (24/7) on phone (08) 16 22 16 or (08) 16 42 00. Please read the Evacuation Plan instructions, located at the entrance of each corridor. In the case of a fire alarm, leave the building immediately.

Chemical Handling Procedure (72 Kb)

Gaskännedom och gashantering (865 Kb) (Facts about handling gas, only in Swedish)

Gas risks (93 Kb)

Handling gas cylinders (97 Kb)

KLARA tutorial

Labansvariga (269 Kb) /People in charge of the laboratories

Policy för riskbedömning av kemiska arbetsmiljörisker vid IGV (562 Kb) (Policy for risk assessment of chemical safety risks, only in Swedish)

Ramverk for laboratorieverksamheten vid IGV (273 Kb) (only in Swedish)

Requirements to work in IGVs laboratories (288 Kb)

Report an incident

Safety Procedures 2019 (163 Kb)

Safety Procedures apendix 2019 (126 Kb)

Storing gas cylinders (89 Kb)

Templates for discussion regarding laboratory work (139 Kb)

More information about working with gas and gas bottles can be found at


February 2021 (229 Kb)

December 2020 (335 Kb)

September 2020 (254 Kb)

June 2020 (196 Kb)

Mars 2020 (234 Kb)

December 2019 (2145 Kb)

September 2019 (2724 Kb)

May 2019 (504 Kb)

January 2019 (759 Kb)

September 2018 (1855 Kb)


Stockholm University has a tip line for students and staff. Here it is possible to report crimes, threats, harassment or other matters concerning security at the university. Checklists for crises can also be downloaded.

In case of emergency

The department has a local action plan if a crisis or danger should occur at the department.

Krisplan 2019–2020 (108 Kb) (in Swedish)

Cardiac starter

A cardiac starter is located outside Krister's room S2 in floor 2. No formal training is needed to use the cardiac starter. Instructions on how to use it is attached to the machine.


Here you can find advice, support, service as a researcher at Stockholm University.

EU project

What is special about EU projects? The special thing about EU projects is that they legally binds the whole university to the project.

Information and services

Open access and Open data at Stockholm University

There is a requirement that peer-reviewed publications should be published in Open Access. On this page you will find some useful information regarding Open Access and Open data i Horizon 2020.

Open access and Open data

Contact information: advice, service and support for researchers

Several of the Offices within the University Administration offer their services and support to researchers at Stockholm University.

Contact information

Compilations of research funding opportunities

Funding calls


Risk Assessment

Evaluation of risks in connection with various activities.

IGV workflow


Lecture halls booking system

You can book IGV lectures halls through the link below.


Staff web at SU

At medarbetarwebben you should be able to find all information for you as an employee and also information about internal training, courses and lectures in different areas.
Stockholm University medarbetarwebb
Stockholm University staff events
Stockholm University staff news


Head of department
& head of geochemistry PhD program
Deputy head of department
Head of economy
Web administrator
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