Before you start working at Studsvik we need various certificates from you. We require:
- Security screening
- Drug test
- Radiological medical examination (for work in a radiological environment)
- Protection and Safety training
- Radiation Protection in Practice training (for work in a radiological environment)
If you have fulfilled all the above requirements, you are entitled to move around independently within Studsvik Tech Park provided you have a valid approved preregistration and a valid ID document. If you do not fulfil one or more of the above requirements, you must have an approved guide with you throughout your visit to the facility. See the table (at foot of page) and the relevant sections below.
The examinations and training are to be repeated at varying intervals. You will receive a reminder by email. These reminders are sent out automatically from an electronic system with the sender address firstname.lastname@example.org.
The system sends reminders until the new criterion has been updated in the system, so you may receive reminders even though you have done all you need to.
Security screening (= checking and processing of certificates, background checks, questions etc.) is carried out with the assistance of a security officer for employees and contractors at Studsvik Nuclear AB. This function is staffed on Thursdays during the hours 06.00–18.00.
Contact details: email Säkerhetshandläggare or write to Säkerhetshandläggare, Studsvik Nuclear AB, SE-611 82 Nyköping, tel. +46 155 22 13 13.
Preregistration is required to enter or work within Studsvik Tech Park. Your contact person who is employed at Studsvik Nuclear AB will carry out preregistration.
Go to “Related documents” to download forms and support for security clearance. The forms are to be completed, printed, signed to show your agreement and emailed to Säkerhetshandläggare or posted to Säkerhetshandläggare, Studsvik Nuclear AB, SE-611 82 Nyköping, Sweden, tel. +46 155 22 13 13. Further instructions can be found on the forms.
Drug testing is to be carried out every three years. Drug testing is to include the following drugs:
- Amphetamines/ecstasy (MDMA)
All contractors/consultants/suppliers are subject to Studsvik Nuclear AB’s drug policy and may be randomly selected for drug tests while at Studsvik Tech Park, in the same way as employees.
The results of the drug test are to be emailed to Säkerhetshandläggare or posted to Säkerhetshandläggare, Studsvik Nuclear AB, SE-611 82 Nyköping, Sweden, tel. +46 155 22 13 13.
Protection and Safety training
This e-learning course includes important information about the work environment, alarm signals and preparedness, as well as physical protection. It is to be completed by everyone who has access to the site. The course is made up of various modules, specific information for each facility and a final test. It takes around 60 minutes to complete and is available in Swedish and English.
This training course is to be completed before your arrival at Studsvik Tech Park. Once you have passed the test, the certificate shown in the training module is to be printed out and signed.
Follow the link https://login4.competencetool.se/Kkvgemensam/CourseCatalog, scroll through the list under Required training and select the course “Protection and Safety (All facilities)”. If you are a Studsvik employee you already have an account, so click login and request a new password the first time. Your username is your Studsvik email address. If you are a contractor, register as a new user using your full personal identity number or, if you do not have one, your date of birth in the format YYMMDD followed by -0000. Select “Studsvik Nuclear AB” as the work site. An administrator will then create a user account for you, but you should expect this to take a couple of days. Once the account has been created you will be notified via the email address that you entered as your username, and you can then log in and start the course from the e-learning list. The next time you want to complete an e-learning course in the Competence Tools you can log in straight away. If you have forgotten your password a new one can be sent to your user email address.
Email the certificate to email@example.com or post it to Säkerhetshandläggare, Studsvik Nuclear AB, SE-611 82 Nyköping, tel. +46 (0)155 22 13 13.
Medical examination and certificate of fitness for work with ionising radiation
If you are to work in a controlled area within Studsvik you must in certain cases undergo a radiological medical examination. The medical examination is repeated every three years. During the period between examinations a health declaration (periodic control) is to be submitted every year. You can undergo the examination at your occupational health service or at another healthcare facility. The form “Health declaration – Work involving ionising radiation” can be downloaded from the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority website; see the links in the column on the right.
Email the certificate to Säkerhetshandläggare or post it to Säkerhetshandläggare, Studsvik Nuclear AB, SE-611 82 Nyköping, Sweden, tel. +46 155 22 13 13.
Radiation Protection in Practice
This training course is mandatory for individuals working in controlled areas. The course provides you with the knowledge and skills you need in order to work safely and securely in a controlled area as regards radiation protection. It is available in Swedish and English.
The basic course takes around 6 hours and is held on Tuesdays starting at 08.30. You must register in advance by email, at latest by the Friday before. See “Training sessions: Radiation Protection in Practice – basic course” for the available locations and how to sign up for the date you want. Enter your name, the course you want to register for, the company you are employed at and your contact details.
If you wish to take the Radiation Protection in Practice course in English, please give plenty of notice.
Radiation Protection in Practice re-training
The training is to be repeated every three years. The repeat course (re-training) consists of two parts:
Part 1: E-learning – Radiation Protection in Practice, Re-training.
The course can be found at the following link https://login4.competencetool.se/Kkvgemensam/CourseCatalog. For more detailed information see under Protection and Safety. Start the course “Radiation Protection in Practice, Re-training”. It is available in Swedish and English. A signed certificate is provided to the instructor in Part 2.
Part 2: Instructor-led workshop lasting around 2 hours. You must register in advance by email, at latest by the Friday before. See “Training sessions: Radiation Protection in Practice – Re-training” for the available locations and how to sign up for the date you want. Enter your name, the course you want to register for, the company you are employed at and your contact details. You must have successfully completed Part 1 (e-learning) in order to take Part 2.
If you wish to complete the Radiation Protection in Practice workshop in English, please give plenty of notice.
Radiation Protection in Practice courses are held alternately by Studsvik Nuclear (SNAB), Cyclife Sweden AB (Cyclife) and AB SVAFO (SVAFO). The course content is the same and you do not have to take the course with the same organisation that you are going to work for. At SNAB, Emma Drie is responsible for the training courses.
Terms of access
Registration of signed information “Terms of access to Studsvik Tech Park”. It is a requirement under Sweden’s Installations Protection Act (Skyddslagen, 2010:305) that all personnel, contractors and visitors must sign this before being given access to any facility within the installation. The form is available in four languages and it is a good idea to download it and sign it before coming to Studsvik for the first time, to save time on arrival. The form can be downloaded under “Related documents” to the right..
Since this is a new/changed requirement, everyone must complete the form again – it will be registered in the preregistration system.
The form is to be completed, printed, signed to show your agreement and emailed to Säkerhetshandläggare or posted to Säkerhetshandläggare, Studsvik Nuclear AB, SE-611 82 Nyköping, Sweden, tel. +46 155 22 13 13. Further instructions can be found on the forms.
ISPS is the abbreviation for International Ship and Port Facility Security Code and is a regulation intended to increase the protection of shipping at ports and on vessels. The organisation behind this code is the IMO (International Maritime Organization), which operates under the UN. The ISPS Code came into force on 1 July 2004 and is internationally applicable.
ISPS training (for access to the harbour facility) is mandatory under the training requirements for accessing an ISPS port. A form signed by you personally will be a requirement for access to or passage through the harbour. The form contains basic information about harbour security. The form can be found under “Related documents” to the right.
The form is to be completed, printed, signed to show your agreement and emailed to Säkerhetshandläggare or posted to Säkerhetshandläggare, Studsvik Nuclear AB, SE-611 82 Nyköping, Sweden, tel. +46 155 22 13 13. Further instructions can be found on the form.