Seattle University is committed to the ethical and responsible conduct of its academic teaching, research, and workplace activities. To support our academic and business affairs, the Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Office provides resources that promote safety in all areas of the university, as well as meeting compliance minimums.
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Support our shared responsibility to provide a safe academic experience and protect our natural environment.
By caring for the wellbeing of each other, we can ensure a safe and healthy campus environment for advancing our learning, teaching, research and service mission.
Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) is intended to support the safety of Seattle University's built environment.
Our campus Safety Ethic: “Act with integrity. Care for the safety of others first. Lead with accountability and humility.” We all have an active role in maintaining a safe and productive academic environment.
Seattle University's "safety culture" is the collective attitudes, beliefs, values, and perceptions we all share about safety. A positive safety culture mitigates risk and keeps our campus safe and in compliance.