The course is included in these curricula and study modules
- Business administration 2013 (logistics) - Transportation and global supply chain management
- Business administration 2014 (logistics) - Transportation and global supply chain management
- Business administration 2015 (logistics) - Transportation and global supply chain management
- Business administration 2016 (logistics) - Transportation and global supply chain management
- Business administration 2017 (logistics) - Transportation and global supply chain management
Type of course
Cycle/level of course
Recommended year of study
Total number of ECTS
The aim of the course is for the student to be ale
to apply regulations and norms that control
logistical environmanetal aspects.
After completing the course, the student is expected to know the basics of transporting dangerous goods, know of the actors whose activities concern the transport of dangerous goods, know the methods for calculating the environmental impact of the business (e.g. carbon dioxide emissions), be familiar with various environmental reporting systems and creatively be able to seek new solutions to environmental problems.
Operators whose activities concern the transport of dangerous goods. Labeling of dangerous goods. Legislation and rules for the transport of dangerous goods. Methods and tools for calculating environmental impact (eg carbon dioxide emissions) during transport. Environmental standards and environmental reporting (Tripple Bottom Line TBL, Lifecycle Assessment LCA, ISO, EMAS, GRI). Creative environmental thinking.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Introduction to logistics
More information about the course will be on
Itslearning when the course starts.
Recommended or required reading
Björklund Maria, 2012. Hållbara logistiksystem.
Studentlitteratur. Lund. ISBN 978-91-44-07195-
Grant David, Trautrims Alexander and Wong Chee
Yew, 2015. Sustainable Logistics and Supply Chain
Management. Kogan Page Limited.
Legislation about transportation of Dangerous
McKinnon, A. et al., 2010. Green logistics.
- Lectures - 20 hours
- Excursions and demonstrations - 6 hours
- Individual- and group instruction - 4 hours
- Practical exercises - 10 hours
- Project- and production work/artistic activities - 60 hours
- Individual studies - 35 hours
- Total workload of the course: 135 hours
- Of which autonomous studies: 135 hours
- Of which scheduled studies: 0 hours
Mode of Delivery
Participation in tuition
Essays, reports, productions and portfolio
In the course there is no exam. The learning objective is achieved by the student gathering and presenting the necessary knowledge in his or her work and by being present when the study fellows present their work. Therefore, attendance is very important. Absence leads to 3 minus points. Absence from the introductory occasion and the guest lecture each lead to 4 minus points. The minus points are a total of 26 points. The minus points are deducted from the total sum of the points obtained from their assignments. In the course is an individual bonus assignment that can give a maximum of 10 points. By performing this task, the student can compensate his or her minus points. However, with the bonus points, a failed individual work or a failed group assignment cannot be raised. For a passing grade, the student must submit a personal assignment and group assignment on the content of the course. Both assignments must be approved, i.e. each must be assessed with at least 25 points out of the maximum 50 points. The course´s maximum score is thus 100 points.
Home page of the course
Assignments valid until
12 months after course has ended
Date will be announced later - Reports and productions