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- Coordinate a comprehensive and continuing accident prevention and health maintenance effort compatible with the university’s strategic vision.
- Demonstrate that safety is a core value of the institution through leadership articulation about its importance, open and ongoing public dialogue, and recognition of leading by example.
- Engage campus stakeholders in promoting collaborative campus safety policies, plans, and procedures that emphasize safety.
- Ensure transparency about safety roles, responsibilities, and accountability.
- Promote assessment, lessons-learned sharing and continuous improvement, respecting contributions to these processes from all levels of the university.
- Become a safety culture leader among peer institutions.
- Deliver effective, comprehensive education and training that supports the safety culture and safety management system as a learning organization.
Don’t know where to start? Try the Safety Manual
The Safety Manual, a collection of programs, procedures, plans, and guides, is a good place to find the most detailed information about the most topics.
Vols value safety
The Statement on Environmental Health & Safety Programs is one of the eight general principles of the UT Code of Conduct.