Health and Safety Award of Excellence Learn More
Nominations open March 1st for the Health and Safety Award of Excellence. Watch for future communications regarding Safety and Health Week May 1-5.
Campus Driver and Pedestrian Safety Learn More
McMaster is a walk- and bike-friendly community, and with students beginning the fall term, we must take extra precautions to ensure that roads, walkways, and crosswalks are safe for travel.
Joint Health and Safety Committee's (JHSC's)
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Occupational Safety Learn More
Information includes ergonomics, violence and harassment prevention in the workplace, fire safety, standard operating procedures and first aid kit locations.
Lab Safety Learn More
Information including biological/chemical waste disposal, hazardous materials, and McMaster’s chemical inventory system (HECHMET).
Travel Safety and Planning Learn More
Information on international travel including Global Affairs Canada, Travel Smart app.
Campus Insurance Learn More
Note: Effective December 1st, 2022, the insurance management program is transitioning from EOHSS to the Enterprise Risk Department. Please direct future insurance inquiries to Jessica Fry, Manager, Enterprise Risk via email: email@example.com or by phone 05-525-9140 Ext. 21188
Field Trip, Student Placements and Research Activity Learn More
Information for students, employees travelling on McMaster business as part of a field trip, research activity or student placement.
Information Box Group
Ergonomics: Working from Home Learn More
The following suggestions will allow employees to continue to work productively and consider proper ergonomic set-up while at home.
Working from Home Ergonomics Video
Home Safety Learn More
The checklist is designed to assess the safety of the home workstation. Employees are expected to designate an adequate and separate workstation in the home. To ensure employees are working in a safe and healthy dedicated workstation, the following checklist should be completed. Please note, assessment is of the workstation only and is not reflective of the safety of the home in its entirety.
AED (Automated External Defibrillator) Learn More
An automated external defibrillator (AED) is a portable electronic device that allows the user to provide potentially life saving treatment to someone who is suffering from cardiac arrhythmias.
Information on AED use, maintenance and locations of McMaster AEDs can be found here.
For general inquiries please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or extension 24352.
Specialist, University Health and Safety Programs
Associate Director, University Health and Safety, EOHSS