All hazards must be reported. Every employee must be aware of reporting procedures.
Hazards Requiring Immediate Attention
Examples of situations requiring immediate action include: a suspicious package appearing in your area, a gas or chemical smell, suspicious person, etc.
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Hazards in your Department
This applies to non-emergency situations and includes blocked emergency evacuation routes, poor workstation ergonomics, indoor air quality issues, etc..
Report all hazards to your supervisor who is responsible for investigating and initiating appropriate action.
If your supervisor fails to address your perceived hazard, contact your local joint safety committee or the Environmental Health and Research Safety Assistant at 778.782.5935 (25935), or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hazards in Public Spaces
This applies in situations outside of a department (for example, in a hallway, classroom, lecture theatre, cafeteria, stairwell, access routes, outdoor areas) and includes circumstances such as broken steps, damaged seats, protruding branches, poor lighting, damaged railings, etc.
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Not sure who to contact?
Call Environmental Health and Research Safety for assistance at 778.782.5935 (25935) or email email@example.com.