Report a Safety Concern
Welcome to Purdue University’s Safety Hotline
If you observe unsafe conditions or unsafe behavior, you may report your concerns via Purdue University’s Safety Hotline. Reports may be submitted for Purdue University, Purdue University Calumet (PUC), Purdue University North Central (PNC), Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW), College of Technology Statewide, Purdue Extension, Purdue Agriculture, and all other Purdue sites.
Purdue University remains committed to providing a safe workplace as required by OSHA regulations:
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and orders issued pursuant to this Act which are applicable to his own actions and conduct.
The reporting program is designed to assist Radiological and Environmental Management (REM) and other University staff in identifying unsafe conditions. Reports will be handled promptly and discreetly; however, sufficient and detailed information is necessary to conduct an appropriate investigation. Individuals will not suffer any retaliatory action for reporting or inquiring in good faith. Retaliation against any individual for making a good faith disclosure is not allowed by law. Additionally retaliation is not permitted pursuant to Purdue policy. For information please visit the Protection Against Reprisal for Good Faith Disclosures (Whistleblower Protection).
There are other reporting options available to you including talking to your supervisor or via local reporting mechanisms. The Hotline does not replace existing reporting mechanisms, but rather serves as an additional option.
The REM Office is responsible for the oversight of Purdue’s Safety Hotline. Please contact the Director of REM (email@example.com) if you have any questions.
You may call (765) 494-6371 for immediate telephone reporting. If after business hours or the phone is not answered you may contact University Police at (765) 494-8221 who will forward the call to the appropriate personnel. If this is not a safety concern, but you see or suspect unethical or illegal behavior you should report that through the Purdue University’s Enterprise-Wide Hotline.
Please remember that the Hotline is not for emergency services. For emergency assistance, call 911.