Safety

Let’s get this celebration started!

Welcome to a new academic year. Whether you’re a student starting your first year at the U or a colleague returning to campus after a well-deserved summer break, you’ve worked hard to be here.


U to invest millions in safety

Task Force on Campus Safety and other entities taking significant safety actions.


Pedestrian and driver safety

With the fall semester starting, the campus will again be busy with students, faculty and staff trying to get to where they need to be; stay alert and safe, especially when using or driving through crosswalks.


On-the-job injury reporting

EHS should be notified as soon as possible at 801-581-6590 or (after business hours) 801-585-2677; request the EHS on call.


Common summer injuries

During the summer, there is an increase in ER visits for avoidable injuries. Here are a few simple safety tips to help keep you safe.


Adding safety to the syllabus

Thanks to the efforts of students led by Kaitlin McLean, a safety policy statement will be required in all course syllabi starting this fall.


Receiving hazardous materials

Packages may not arrive in the condition in which they were sent, and the receiver and colleagues can be unknowingly exposed to unnecessary dangers.


BIT supports campus safety

The Office of the Dean of Students aims to support students in any way they need. Its most important tools are the Behavioral Intervention Team and Student Support Case Management.


Online security

U students, faculty and staff now have access to an online training on strengthening cybersecurity.


Police Chief Dale Brophy announces retirement

A national search will be conducted to fill the position.