Aim and objective
Danish Center for Risk and Safety Management (RISK) is a jointly operating research center between Aalborg University (Department of the Build Environment) and University of Southern Denmark (SEBE and Department of Public Health) which aims to conduct cross-disciplinary research on various domains of risks related to engineering, economics, natural resource management, climate change, energy transition, business management, OHSE, maritime safety, public health and other areas.
The center also offers an international MSc degree in Risk and Safety Management to educate the next generation leaders and executives, so that they become experts in risk and safety management and decision-making process. The study programme is carried out in English and is offered at AAU and SDU campuses in Esbjerg to provide in-depth insights of social science and health science aspects of risk application integrated with engineering.
Affiliated researchers of SDU:
Henning P. Jørgensen; Associate Professor
Lars Ravn-Jonsen; Associate Professor
Anja Leppin; Professor (Health Promotion, Department of Public Health)