Risk Management and Insurance promotes the protection and safety of the University’s employees, students and visitors by: taking cost efficient steps to minimize the risk of financial impact as a result of loss to or destruction of assets; insuring, abating, or eliminating identified risks; ensuring that claims have been adjusted in accordance with contractual agreements; and establishing and implementing a standard method for setting real and personal property values.

Policies and Procedures

Forms

Training Videos and Courses

Chemical Safety

Science laboratories are the training ground for our future scientists…the young men and women who will one day cure diseases and unlock the secrets of the universe. However, as you know, accidents and mistakes in the lab can have serious consequences. These videos will assist in making sure these mistakes do not happen. Click on the link below to view the videos. On the initial page, click the Submit button. Disregard putting in the email and password.

Driver Training

For most people, operating a vehicle is the riskiest activity they engage in on a regular basis. Keeping drivers and passengers safe while traveling on university business is an ongoing concern for administration, faculty and staff members. The problem can be exacerbated when drivers lack training or feel unprepared to drive an institution-owned vehicle. This video can assist you in being safe while driving for the University. Click in the link below to view the video. On the initial page, click the Submit button. Disregard putting in the email and password.

International Travel- Short Term Programs

Short-term programs typically occur during campus breaks or slow periods-often in countries where health and safety standards may be very different from those in Europe and the United States. Insufficient training and orientation of trip leaders and student participants can lead to injuries, legal issues and catastrophic events. This video will assist you in preparing for a safe study abroad trip. Click on the link below to view the video. On the initial page, click the Submit button. Disregard putting in the email and password.