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How to Report an Injury 
In case of an occupational injury, always notify your supervisor immediately.
 
Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) 
Overview, purpose and scope of UCLA's Injury and Illness Prevention Program.
Be Smart About Safety Funding 

Cost-sharing funds are available to support campus projects designed to reduce workers' compensation costs.

 
UCLA Employee Safety Handbook 

The UCLA Employee Safety Handbook provides valuable information to help employees integrate safety into daily work processes.

UCLA PAD Program 

The UCLA Public Access Defibrillator Program (PAD) provides access to automatic external defibrillator units across campus. Read about locations, use and program oversight.

 
Hazard Communication (HazCom) Program 
An overview of the UCLA Hazard Communication (HazCom) Program and Safety Data Sheets (SDS).
Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Templates 

Customizable Job Safety Analysis (JSA) templates for specific equipment and employee training.

 
Hazard Assessment Tool for Shops (HATS) 

The Hazard Assessment Tool for Shops (HATS) helps campus shops to assess hazards and determine necessary personal protective equipment (PPE).