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The University of Alaska Fairbanks is committed to open, honest communications and a positive work environment. 

The UA Hotline, through EthicsPoint, provides a confidential option for reporting suspected risk and safety matters as well as abuse and fraud.  To make a report or learn more, please click the link above  to go to EthicsPoint.

What's New


United Educators is currently changing their learning platform.  This change will affect access to the protection of minors training from now until the end of July 2017.  If you have a need to take this training due to your work requiring you to work with minors prior to August 1, 2017, please contact Frances Isgrigg at or Kim Knudsen at .  They will make sure you have what you need before working with minors.  We apologize for this change and will work on the new platform access so that all can help keep our minors safe. 


All Title IX training will now be completed by logging into UAOnline and accessing this training with your UA login and password.  In addition, the University of Alaska has determined that all employees must have Title IX training within 30 days of hire and updated annually.  The UAF Chancellor's training policy is currently being updated to reflect that change.  To access the Title IX training, please click here.



For those of you who are unaware, Thadd Williamson has changed positions in our department.  He is now the Facilities Services Safety Officer.  We are thrilled to have Thadd working with facilities to support them in day-to-day safety.  His email has remained the same, but to make the transition easier on Facilities Services, his phone number has changed to 907-474-5949.  With this change, Thadd will still be helping out in the background for areas he was responsible for, but the following are the new responsible folks: 

Training:  Jonilee Polanco, Student Employee   907-474-5413
Stormwater: Russ Steiger, Environment Compliance Officer  907-474-5812 
Tanks: Russ Steiger, Environment Compliance Officer  907-474-5812 

Spill response will still be managed by Richard Deck and Kris Riley.
Thadd will still be involved with stinky smells and antenna management.

For any other questions, please call Frances Isgrigg, 474 5487. 


We would like to express our sincere appreciation to the employees who took the time to respond to our recent 2016 UAF Safety Perception survey.  A report of the results has been completed and is available HERE for your review.  Please feel free to contact our office if you have any questions.



Ice cleats are available at 1855 Marika Road for staff, faculty, and students.  BRING THE SHOE OR BOOT THAT YOU WILL BE WEARING WITH THE ICE CLEATS.


In 3.13.6 of the Safety Policy, Faculty, Principle Investigators, Department Chairs/Heads and Supervisors are tasked with evaluating workplace hazards with in their departments using the Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) process.  Please click the following link for more information on JHA’s. .   If you need help getting started, please contact our office.  474-5476


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