General Campus Safety
Safety is a habit, frame of mind and expectation that touches everyone at Duquesne University: from housekeeping and maintenance to faculty and office personnel. The following programs are concerned with general building health and safety.
Accident Incident Reporting
Auxiliary Services Safety
General Office Safety
The Hazard Communication program is a system of identifying and communicating the hazards associated with a particular chemical to its users and others in the area of its use.
To learn more about your rights under OSHA, read the "It's the Law: Job Safety and Health Poster" and the Pennsylvania Right-to-Know Poster on the resources page.
"The keeping of, encouraging of, and allowing of animals, other than bona fide assistance animals and animals used for education and research purposes, in University buildings is prohibited for safety and health reasons. Tying, chaining or otherwise restraining animals inside or outside buildings is prohibited."
TAP No. 25 outlines the Smoking Policy