The Workplace Safety program aims to identify, control, or eliminate construction-related hazards.
Occupational Health, also known as Industrial Hygiene, is a discipline that focuses on minimizing the risk of exposure to hazardous substances in the work place. This is accomplished through anticipating, recognizing, evaluating, controlling, and preventing health hazards that may affect workers and others members of the University community.
Safe use of construction vehicles, machinery, and equipment requires familiarity with the equipment and basic rules of use. See the Vehicle Safety page for information.
The Workplace Safety program evaluates and controls hazardous conditions to reduce the frequency and severity of injuries to faculty, students, and staff.