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Unit Areas and Leadership

Safety and Risk Services: The mission of Safety and Risk Services is to collaborate with the campus community to safeguard human health and reduce the university's vulnerability to conditions adversely affecting its ability to fulfill the core mission. The departments have a shared mission to safeguard campus and reduce vulnerabilities to enable students and faculty to safely teach, learn and conduct research. The Safety and Risk Services unit creates opportunities to make cross-disciplinary partnerships more commonplace. This organizational structure encourages a broader look at risk and safety to solve problems collaboratively.

Andre LeDuc, Chief Resilience Officer and Assocate Vice President, 541-346-2910

Emergency Management and Continuity (EMC), and Fire Prevention: EMC manages, coordinates, and supports a variety of emergency planning, training, and exercising functions. Together, these functions ensure the university can protect against, respond to, recover from, and ensure continuity after natural and human-caused emergencies. 

Krista Dillon, director of operations, Safety and Risk Services, 541-346-3588

Environmental Health and Safety (EHS): EHS helps maintain a healthy and safe environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors.  EHS staff members provide technical assistance and specialized knowledge; provide safety training; oversee compliance with applicable environmental, health and safety laws and rules and regulations; and work with the campus community to identify and resolve health, safety, and environmental issues.

Steve Stuckmeyer, interm director, 541-346-3197

Office of Risk Management (ORM): ORM leads efforts to protect the university’s assets by identifying, analyzing, and controlling exposures; mitigating risks; financing losses; and implementing and monitoring the risk management process.  Specific functions handled by the Office of Risk Management include claims processing, workers' compensation administration, and management of insurance policies.

Flo Hoskinson, risk manager, 541-346-3233

The University of Oregon Police Department (UOPD): UOPD's goal is to help create an exceptionally safe, secure campus for students, faculty and staff to focus on our core mission of instruction, research and public service. UOPD operates 24 hours a day, year-round.  Officers patrol the campus on foot, by bicycle and vehicle, and are responsible for campus safety, crime prevention and law enforcement.  UOPD serves campus with sworn police officers, as well as public safety officers, security officers, and civilian staff in a variety of roles.  For general information or routine service calls, call 541-346-2919.  In emergencies, dial 9-1-1.

Matt Carmichael, chief, 541-346-8560

Campus GIS and Mapping (CGIS) Program: CGIS Program is a new unit within Safety and Risk Services.  The CGIS team provides wide-ranging services and products such as behind-the-scenes data, analysis and applications, and publicly-facing maps and other products and applications that serve campus. 

Ken Kato, director of CGIS, 541-346-5810

 

Organizational structure
PDF version of the organization chart.

SRS Contact Directory