Safety and Risk Services Resource Hub

Welcome to the Safety & Risk Services Resource Hub. The Safety & Risk Services team provides trainings, videos, maps, and other resources to raise awareness, increase resilience, and improve safety at the University of Oregon. 

Below you will find information on occupational health and safety topics, lab safety, risk management, emergency preparedness, and personal safety.

Request a Training

Requests for training for departments, schools, colleges, or student groups are welcome. The team supports university activities and all efforts are made to accommodate training needs and requests. Types of trainings which can be requested are Emergency Preparedness, De-Escalation, Active Threat, and Personal Safety

Request a Safety Training

UO students, faculty, staff, and departments can also request a risk consultation or training session related to insurance and risk management. 

Request a Risk Management Consultation

Learn about additional trainings related to Lab Safety, Occupational Safety, or Risk Management


Upcoming Trainings

Occupational Health and Safety 

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Hand Injury Prevention

This class is designed for employees who use both powered and manual hand tools. It will cover the hazards associated with these tools, common injuries that occur, primary causes of hand injuries and how to prevent them.

June 6
8:00 - 9:00 AM
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Heat Illness Prevention

The University has a Heat Illness Prevention Plan that meets the OSHA rules on exposure to high ambient temperature. This training covers the elements of the plan, including preventive measures, acclimatization, signs, and symptoms of heat illnesses, and emergency procedures.

June 6
9:00 - 10:00 AM
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Heat Illness Prevention

The University has a Heat Illness Prevention Plan that meets the OSHA rules on exposure to high ambient temperature. This training covers the elements of the plan, including preventive measures, acclimatization, signs, and symptoms of heat illnesses, and emergency procedures.

June 11
1:00 - 2:00 PM
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Hand Injury Prevention

This class is designed for employees who use both powered and manual hand tools. It will cover the hazards associated with these tools, common injuries that occur, primary causes of hand injuries and how to prevent them.

June 12
1:00 - 2:00 PM

Lab Safety

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Lab Safety and Hazardous Waste Management

JUNE 20
2:30-3:30PM

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Featured Safety Sheets

Safety & Risk Services has developed a series of safety sheets to provide UO employees with information on specific hazards, environmental health issues, and best practices. Find an A-Z list of downloadable safety sheets in English or Spanish

Fire
Know how to act safely in a fire, including tips on how to contain, extinguish, and evacuate.  
Injury Reporting
Injury reporting is required at the university, regardless of the severity. By reporting the incident, EHS has an opportunity to follow up and determine if any changes can be put in place to remove the hazard or lower the possibility of further incidents.
Building Safety Culture
All employees, regardless of position title, can affect positive change in their workplace's safety culture. Do your part to lower your acceptable risk, improve hazard awareness and practice communication. 
Active Threat
Learn what constitutes an active threat and how to protect yourself before, during, and after an incident.  

 


Safety Maps

Visit the campus map to navigate campus and view additional safety maps. 

This map highlights accessible routes, parking, and elevator locations across campus.

The Fire Safety map displays fire safety assets and building evacuation maps across campus.

This public app highlights where golf carts and utility vehicles are allowed and not approved to drive on campus. Routes with heavy bicycle or pedestrian traffic are also indicated.

The Safety at Night Map identifies safety corridors across campus and emergency call box locations. You can help make campus safer by using this map to share night safety hazards.

Preparedness Videos

Oregon ShakeOut: Duck, Cover, and Hold On
The Oregon Duck prepares for an earthquake.
Run. Hide. Fight.
CSU Active Shooter Safety Training © 2017 California State University