Construction Safety

Construction sites are dynamic activities where workers engage in many activities that may expose them to a variety of safety hazards, such as falling objects, working from rooftops or scaffolding, exposure to heavy construction equipment, or the use of temporary electrical circuits while operating electrical equipment and machinery in damp locations. Construction activities at Princeton University comprise a wide range of activities including construction of new buildings, renovation of existing facilities, and major repair or alterations of building systems.  Through implementation of safe work practices, training, and compliance with federal, state, and local regulatory requirements, the Workplace Safety program aims to identify, control, or eliminate construction-related hazards.


James McQuaid
Program Manager

Shaundree Davis
Senior Program Manager

Kelly States
Assistant Director