Safe & Sound

A woman doctor wearing a face mask looks through the window at a woman who may have COVID-19 at a drive-up testing site.

Face covering myths debunked

Addressing the common misconceptions about face coverings using scientific evidence.


U Health Security featured on industry podcast

Chris Snyder, manager of specialized services for U Health Security, shared lessons learned and best practices for developing an invaluable security program on “Healthcare Security Cast.”


Free Faith + Doubt support group

Faith + Doubt is a free support group for any U students, staff or faculty who are questioning issues related to faith, spirituality and religion.


‘Authorized Personnel Only’

Pay attention to posted signs to avoid encountering hazardous environments.


A near miss

A near miss provides an opportunity to improve safety practices based on a condition or incident with a potential for more serious consequences.


Prevention of Musculoskeletal disorders

At the U, employees in different departments and occupations can be exposed to risk factors at work, such as lifting heavy items, bending, reaching overhead, handling heavy loads, working in awkward body postures and performing the same or similar tasks repetitively.


Inspecting ladders

Inspect all ladders before each use, and after any occurrence that could affect their safe use, including dropping the ladder or if it falls.


Hazard communications

It is the responsibility of each supervisor to ensure that chemicals in their areas are properly labeled and Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) are available.


Work incidents and your responsibilities

If you have an incident at work, it is essential you go to an Occupational Medical Clinic to be evaluated and assessed.


Emergency Response Guide

Information on what to do and who to contact in the event of an emergency.