Environmental Health & Safety
Environmental Health & Safety, Risk Management Support - Emergency Management (EHSRMS-EM)
As a service department, Environmental Health and Safety, Risk Management Support & Emergency Management will support the mission of the University of Alaska Anchorage by:
- Promoting a safe learning and work environment by anticipating, evaluating, and managing occupational and environmental hazards
- Providing good stewardship of state resources through promoting efficient and effective materials management
- Providing training and guidance on health and safety matters with professionalism and integrity
- Complying with applicable environmental health and safety laws and regulations
Online Incident Reporting
Report unsafe conditions (e.g. uneven sidewalks), incidents/ accidents (e.g. slip and fall on ice, cuts requiring first aid, calling EMS or sending someone for medical evaluation), and other safety concerns on campus.
DO NOT USE THIS FORM TO REPORT AN EMERGENCY OR AN IMMEDIATE LIFE THREATENING HAZARD. CALL 911.
For immediate emergency response, call 911 or the UAA University Police Department dispatch at (907-786-1120).
Use this form after safety showers and/or emergency eye wash stations are used, or needed medical attention has been arranged.
Download Rave Guardian from your mobile device app store for crisis and safety information on your smart phone. Details are available in the Green & Gold article UAA Launches Rave Guardian as Official Safety App.
Volunteering at UAA
Want to be a volunteer at UAA? Check out the Volunteers section at the bottom of the UA System Office of Risk Services page for more information.
Lab (Hands-on) Class Safety Information
Chemical Hygiene Plan (CHP)
Respect and revere the common things of everyday life and by extension, our natural environment.
Support careful management of natural resources. Reduce generation of waste and control emissions to the air or discharge to the land and water, of any harmful substances.
Monitor and minimize exposure to toxic chemical, biological substances, and harmful physical agents and prevent the spread of disease or illness through unsanitary conditions.
Provide reasonable safeguards to ensure safe working and learning conditions.