The Occupational Safety Section is responsible for ensuring OSHA compliance and maintaining a safe and healthy environment for staff, students, and visitors. Some examples of programs are:
Building Inspections - Inspect University buildings and grounds for fire and safety code compliance.
Ergonomics - Provide training and on-site assessments for office ergonomics.
General Safety - Provide safety consulting for faculty and staff and investigate accidents occurring on University property.
OSHA 300 Log - Maintain injury and illness record keeping and provide information as needed by departments and safety committees.
OSHA Programs for Worker Safety - Provide assistance for program set-up including required training and auditing for OSHA compliance.
If you have any questions or concerns with any of the above safety programs contact REM at 46371.