Safety is a responsibility to be shared by everyone - faculty, staff, students, and visitors alike.
The primary function of the Campus Safety office on the Fredericton campus is to assist others to fulfill their responsibilities for safe work practices by providing information on workplace hazards, evaluating work environments and recommending standard methods for improving safety in the workplace.
The staff of the Campus Safety office include the Safety Coordinator and one Administrative Assistant who are available during regular working hours of University operation to respond to enquiries on environmental health and safety issues.
The Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) for both the Saint John and Fredericton campuses meets once per month and maintains a membership equally representative of faculty, support staff, supervisors, and members of University administration.
The introduction of new policies and procedures are reviewed by the JHSC to ensure that occupational health and safety standards are being met on a continuing basis.
To find out more about the University Safety program - who we are, what we do, how to contact us, as well as information on various safety topics - please explore the links in the menu.