Workplace Safety Program

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  1. Employee and Supervisor Responsibilities

    Employee responsibilities: Employees have the responsibility to follow safety procedures, including wearing proper safety equipment and completing appropriate training. Employees must also recognize and correct hazards (when possible) or report hazards to ...

  2. Identifying Hazards and Applying Controls

    Integrated Safety Management Hazards are identified, evaluated and corrected as a routine part of planning work and when warranted, through inspections. The integrated safety management (ISM) approach can improve safety in almost every work situation. The ...

  3. Communication

    Open two-way communication between management and employees on health and safety issues is essential to an injury-free, productive workplace. A variety of established communication systems to communicate safety issues to everyone are available: Mandatory ...

  4. Resources

    Be Well at Work- Disability Management Be Well at Work- Ergonomics Enforcement of Safety Standards in Academic Environments Policy Injury and Illness Prevention Policy Labor Relations Office of Environment, Health & Safety (EH&S) UC Learning Cente ...

  5. What to Do in a Campus Emergency

    Emergency Procedures Emergency procedure signs are posted near the stairs and elevators in every building. These signs tell you what to do during different emergencies. They also show the location of your building’s Emergency Assembly Area. In the event o ...

  6. Work Related Injuries and Illnesses

    This section provides resources and guidance about what you should do when somebody gets hurt at work. Responding to an injury For serious or life threatening injuries: On campus, call UCPD directly at 911 or (510) 642-3333 from a cell phone and then dire ...