In case of emergency please dial 911 on a campus phone or (310) 825-1491 from a cell phone.
The EH&S hotline currently supports the following:
Reporting serious injuries:
Including any workplace injury requiring in-patient hospitalization other than observation or diagnostic testing, fractures, loss of consciousness, loss of an eye, amputations, permanent disfigurement, and fatalities. If you are unsure whether an injury is serious, please feel free to provide your incident information for an EH&S staff member to help assess the severity. There is no penalty for over-reporting.
Reporting anonymous safety concerns/near-misses/hazardous condition:
Any incident or condition that poses/posed a risk to employees, students or visitors requiring EH&S attention. Callers may indicate if the incident is only being reported or if additional follow-up is requested. These incidents or conditions may also be reported via the Bruins Safe app using the “Report an Issue to EH&S” option in the Safety Toolbox. Download via Apple App Store or Google Play.
Reporting Biohazardous incidents:
This option is primarily meant to provide a means to report biohazardous exposures. Incidents including loss of biocontainment, missing biohazardous materials, etc. may also be reported. If you are unsure whether an incident poses a biohazardous risk, please feel free to provide your incident information for an EH&S staff member to help assess the severity. There is no penalty for over-reporting.
For reporting Serious Workplace Injuries and Biohazardous Incidents be prepared to leave the following
detailed information in the voice message:
- Your name, phone number & department
- Injured employee’s name, phone number & department
- Date, time & location of the incident (provide address if possible)
- Description of the incident
- Status of the employee (medical facility, released back to work, etc.)
- Will employee be hospitalized overnight
Please be available by phone after reporting incidents. EH&S Safety Specialists will receive your message and respond accordingly to ensure
he 8-hour Cal/OSHA reporting timeframe is met as appropriate.