Human Resources

Occupational

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Campus Safety

Campus safety is on the top of Clemson's priority list when it come to it's faculty and staff members. To access the campus safety website click here

You can also sign up for CU Safe Alerts, which will inform you of emergencies or disruptions to campus services, such as class cancellations. CU Safe Alerts are sent to all @clemson.edu email addresses. They also can be sent as text messages to your cell phone. To sign up for CU Safe Alerts click here and follow the instructions

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Risk Management

Reporting safety hazards takes little time, but yields big results in keeping our campus safe! To report a safety hazard, send an email to riskmanagement@clemson.edu. Your name will be entered in our Safe Tiger Mug drawing. See Safe Tiger Mug winners here.

If you wish to report a hazard but want to remain anonymous, you may click on the link: http://www.clemson.edu/administration/internalaudit/ethicsline.html

For more information on risk management click here

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Title IX- Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence

Clemson University is committed to providing a higher education environment that is free from sexual discrimination. Therefore, if you believe you or someone else that is part of the Clemson University community has been discriminated against based on sex or if you have questions about Title IX, please contact the Clemson University Title IX Coordinator, Mr. Jerry Knighton, who is also the Director of the Office of Access and Equity, at 110 Hotzendorff Hall, 864-656-3181 (voice) or 864-656-0899 (TDD). The Title IX Coordinator is the person(s) designated by Clemson University to oversee its Title IX compliance efforts.

For more information on Title IX click here.

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Deer Oaks Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Work-life Services including: Tips and Tools for Balancing Work and Family Retiree Assistance (6 months post-employment) Career Transition Workplace Diversity and more To access these services Contact Deer Oaks, login, and retrieve resources and online tools.
    Work-life Services including:
  • Tips and Tools for Balancing Work and Family
  • Retiree Assistance (6 months post-employment)
  • Career Transition
  • Workplace Diversity and more

To access these services Contact Deer Oaks, login, and retrieve resources and online tools.

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Medical Surveillance Progam BASICS:

The Medical Surveillance Program (MSP) is the component of Clemson University's Occupational Health and Safety Program that provides occupational health oversight for students and employees who have exposure to animals, animal tissue or waste, human bloodborne pathogens, and certain chemical, physical, and other potential hazards. The The Occupational Health Nurse (OHN) coordinates with the Department of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS), the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC), the Office of Research Compliance, animal facilities and other departments, and each enrollee to identify, assess, and manage potential health risks. Our goal is to reduce risk to the lowest possible level.

To learn more about MSP click here.