Health and Safety Committee

Understanding issues regarding health and safety

Mission Statement: Understanding issues regarding safety and health affecting University staff, providing information, as well as identifying existing programs and services to improve these issues and recommend changes, enhancements and establish programs to meet the needs. 

The Committee meets: TBD

The Health and Safety Committee is responsible for: 

  1. Understanding issues regarding safety and health affecting university staff (work-life balance, health issues, emergency preparedness, etc.)
  2. Identifying existing programs and services to improve or alleviate these issues, or recommend changes, enhancements, or establishments of programs to meet these needs.
  3. Facilitating the communication of programs and services to staff.
  4. The committee is encouraged to seek assistance from those who possess knowledge and expertise with regard to the issue they are exploring.

Committee Chair: 

Meeting Minutes: 




Resources Description
2020 Coronavirus video  
ASU Police Department  Committed to the safety of ASU students, faculty, and staff. The ASU PD main headquarters are on the Tempe campus, with substations at Downtown, Polytechnic, and West campuses.

The police department operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The police dispatch center answers all 911 calls and administrative phone lines for each campus.

Authorized driver program  
Bike safety  
Campus safety information  
Employee Assistance and Wellness  
Environmental Health and Safety Provides biosafety/biosecurity, EHS training, environmental health, laboratory safety, loss prevention, and occupational health services to all ASU campuses.
Telecommuting guidelines and considerations Do you have questions about telecommuting related to the rapidly changing Coronavirus situation? Reference the guidelines to assist in temporary remote work arrangements. 
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