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Understanding issues regarding health and safety
The Health and Safety Committee is responsible for:
|Alana LaBelle, chair|
|Paula Dobler, vice chair|
Calling 911 from campus
If you call 911 from anywhere on ASU campuses (desk phone, cell phone, call box), always tell the operator that you are on ASU Campus (Tempe/Poly/Downtown/West/Havasu) because most 911 calls go to the city police - even from the call boxes on many campuses.
Bike Safety Video
Learn more about bike safety on campus with this video from ASU Parking and Transit.
Motorized Scooter Safety
The situation with motorized scooters on the Tempe campus continues to be discussed, with the issue being addressed with Parking and Transit. Tempe Campus Transportation Code PDP 207-01 bans electric scooters on campus. More info: Walk.asu.edu
CPR/AED Training Available
One hour CPR and AED Awareness Classes are FREE to your department, at your location. Class sizes of 20 are optimal, but larger groups can be arranged. Email email@example.com to schedule.
Authorized Driver Program
Effective November 1, 2017, a new Authorized Driver Program was implemented for all ASU employees who drive university owned, leased or rented vehicles, including electric carts, for official business.
To be authorized to drive an ASU vehicle, you must have a valid U.S. driver’s license and complete the following steps as outlined in the Authorized Driver Program.Learn more about the ASU Authorized Driver Program and review the FAQs. The video link below contains a general overview of the program, changes, and requirements.
Updated Safety Videos
Staff Council Health and Safety Committee, in conjunction with EH&S and Student Creative Services, is proud to provide two new safety courses for employees. Office Safety Zone and The Ergo Zone.
To create a complete personalized safety curriculum for your job function, access the Training Determination Tool.