Safety at UAF
IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING, DO SOMETHING. As we work to create a robust culture of safety, your input and participation is invaluable. To see where we are, look at the following:
- UAF’s safety policy
- 2016 Safety Survey Results
- Safety Incentive Program
- Ice Cleat Program
- Visit our safety page for more info
- All employees and student employees must take the required Safety Training
- Additional Training dependent upon activities. Contact EHSRM for further help or take the Workplace Assessment Training Questionnaire
- Visit our training page for more info
Visit our insurance page for information about insurance such as travel, property, auto and Workers’ Comp.
Travel (RM Travel and Driving Site)
- Driving -- if you drive a UAF vehicle you must take drivers training
- When friends or family are traveling with a UAF employee who is on UAF business a Family/Friend Accompaniment Form must be filed out. See the travel page for more info
Volunteers (18 years and older)
The University gratefully has a large number of volunteers to help in many areas. If you are using a volunteer, please visit volunteers page for requirements to protect them and you.
Minors (under 18 years of age)
We have many programs, activities and events that attract minors. To ensure their safety, all UAF employees must take awareness training through UE and Policy and Reporting Training. See the protection of minors page to see if you need a background check and for more information.
Accident Injury Reporting
It is a requirement to report all accidents and injuries. You can find information as to how to report, who should report, when they should report, and what forms are needed here.
Any university employee may apply for Loss Prevention Funds. To find more information, visit the loss prevention process page.
Whether you are working in an office, outside, in the power plant or for facilities services, if it hurts to do your job, contact us we may be able to help.
Indoor Air Quality
Trouble with carbon monoxide, mold, fungi, bad smells, carbon dioxide? Call EHSRM for help at 474-5413. Visit the Indoor Air Quality page for more information.