Occupational Safety and Health
The University’s Occupational Safety and Health program promotes a safe and healthy campus environment for Drexel University employees by regulating and overseeing OSHA compliance, hazard communication, indoor air quality, bloodborne pathogens, microbial contamination, accident investigation/reporting, ergonomics, and industrial hygiene.
Employee education is one of the key components of the Occupational Safety and Health programs. The program provides employees with health and safety training to target the prevention of injuries and illnesses associated with work activities.
The university’s key occupational safety and health programs are as follows:
- Hazard Communication
- Respiratory Protection
- Occupational Health Services
- Machine Shop Safety
- Environmental Impact Evaluations
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout Tagout)
- Safety Data Sheets
- Compressed gas safety
- Electrical Safety
- Ladder Safety
- Indoor Air Quality
- Hearing Conservation
The University is committed to providing a quality work environment free of health, safety and environmental risks that promotes the health and welfare of its employees by preventing accidents, illnesses, and injuries on campus.