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Accident/Incident Reporting - Employees must report any injury or illness associated to with an incident while at work to their supervisor. Your supervisor will work to create safeguards so the incident does not happen again. If injury, illness, or property damage is in excess of $500 the incident must be brought to the attention of EHS.
Reporting Theft - Any item that you believe has been taken without your authority under $999 should be reported to ASU Police. A copy of your report should be sent to the Student Services Coordinator. If your item is $1,000+ please call the front office at 480.965.3561 immediately to coordinate an in-person police report.
Olympus Complaints - Olympus is responsible for vacuuming and removing trash/recycle from ASU offices. If you believe service is not being completed in your area, please complete the Olympus Reporting Form.
Emergency Awareness Training and Certification - Faculty and Staff may choose to register for various trainings to help further prepare themselves for emergency situations.
Emergency Response Guide : The Emergency Response Guide is provided in all University classrooms and main department offices. The guide provides information on how to handle common emergency situations. Individuals should provide emergency personnel with the street address indicated on a classroom's Emergency Response Guide.
ASU LiveSafe mobile app - The app enables you to send ASU Police anonymous tips and request ASU Police dispatch.
ASU Hotline for Ethics and Compliance - 877-786-3385, "The Hotline should not be used to report interpersonal disputes, departmental conflicts requiring resolution or communication difficulties between employees and supervisors that do not pertain to allegations of criminal activity or violations of University policy. The Office of Human Resources, the Office of Equity and Inclusion and the Employee Assistance Office provide resource options for these types of concerns."
If you work with hazardous materials in your lab you are required to complete applicable training courses. To determine which training courses you need, complete the Training Determination Tool. Visit the EHS training webpage for additional information.
Minimum training required:
Note: For more information please review the Register a Laboratory/Space tutorial.
An ASU sponsor must initiate the proper process to provide visitors and volunteers access to ASU labs.
Title IX Compliance - The Department of Physics is committed to providing an environment free from discrimination based on sex. Several resources are available to the ASU community to assist in addressing issues involving sex discrimination and sexual violence.