Occupational Health and Safety Program
Occupational Health supports the welfare of the CSU community through risk assessment, application of controls (engineering, administrative and PPE), and medical surveillance, in order to meet our goals of providing the safest and healthiest work environment possible at CSU, as well as meeting University, funding, accreditation, and regulatory requirements. We are safer when we are aware of risks and use our resources to reduce them. We take a collaborative approach to prevent injuries and illnesses. When incidents or concerns do arise, we approach them as opportunities to educate, increase safety awareness, and cultivate relationships. Rams take care of Rams and CSU Occupational Health is here as a resource for you.
Employees, faculty, staff, graduate students, and work-study students must fill out a Risk Assessment form on an annual basis to determine their level of risk to animal allergies, infectious agents, chemical agents, noise, and physical hazards. Once the risk assessment if filled out they may be placed in a medical surveillance program.
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