Environmental Health & Safety

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San José State University is dedicated to providing a safe and healthful, accessible and sustainable environment for its faculty, staff, students, and visitors.

Environmental Health and Safety collaborates with the campus community to provide consultation and training on occupational health and safety standards and the management of hazardous materials.  Periodic inspections are conducted to ensure compliance with environmental health and safety standards.

All faculty and staff will ensure that safe and healthful work practices and conditions are provided and followed within the areas under their control.  All members of the campus community are to cooperate fully with all aspects of the health and safety program.

Reporting Emergencies

Dial 9-1-1 from a campus phone.

Call University Police Dispatch 408-924-2222 from a cell or off campus phone.

University Police Website

Reporting Procedure When Injured

Workers' compensation is a state-mandated, employer-paid benefit for employees that sustain occupational injuries or illnesses while working for or on behalf of the University.  San José State University (SJSU) employees, including faculty, special consultants, student assistants, work-study students and appointed volunteers are covered.

Workers' Compensation Reporting Procedures

Automated External Defibrillators (AED)