Peace of Mind
EH&S identifies risks to help the
campus community minimize
EH&S implemented programs that created greater hazard awareness for our students and staff.
Through partnerships with the Iowa State University (ISU) Police, the Senior Vice President and
Provost’s Office, and University Relations, EH&S created a multi-
facetedEmergency Response Video
that was released before the
fall semester. The video was first rolled out to a group of more than
community advisors at Residence Life orientation. The video
was viewed in many classrooms during the semester and shown to
new employees at University Human Resources Onboarding.
Automatic electronic defibrillators (AEDs) are available in many
buildings across campus and EH&S partnered with departments
to ensure all
AEDs are fully operational. EH&S produced a
on changing the batteries in an AED
cabinet to aid users in the maintenance of their equipment.
EH&S continued coordination of the ISU Occupational Medicine Program. The
program provides hazard assessment, medical surveillance and consultation
to university employees who work with materials and/or under environmental
conditions that have potential health risks.
EH&S staff identifies risks to the campus community to help everyone prevent those hazards.