Emergency Response Policy
The School of Physical Therapy follows the Health Sciences Operations Emergency Response Plan. Faculty, staff and students are strongly encouraged to review this document.
Governance and Administration
All equipment that is deemed unsafe will be labeled accordingly and taken out of service until the recommended maintenance is done.
In addition to the maintenance schedule, all faculty and staff are reminded on a yearly basis of their responsibility to ensure the safety and operation of all equipment used for teaching. When a piece of equipment is noted by them to be damaged or in need of repair, it is the responsibility of staff and/or faculty member to take the equipment out of service and inform the Executive Assistant.
General Building and Office Health and Safety
Staff and Faculty
All staff and faculty can access the campus-wide University of Saskatchewan’s Health and Safety programs and resources available, including:
All Student Health and Counselling Services information can be found through their website.
Workplace Safety and Environmental Protection (WSEP) is a resource to the University community with its goal to continually strive to improve performance and reduce injuries, risks and liabilities. DHSE offers a number of services to support the University’s moral and legal obligations in teaching and research, including:
- Biosafety Program, Chemical Safety Program, Community Safety, Environmental Program, Fire Safety, Occupational Safety, Radiation Safety