safety

Renew your commitment to safety

With the new year, we would like to remind everyone to take time to recommit to workplace safety and the prevention of job-related injuries.


Response to editorial in the Salt Lake Tribune regarding campus safety

In an op-ed article in today’s Salt Lake Tribune, the parents of Lauren McCluskey raised important questions and understandable concerns about campus safety and whether the university’s public safety, student housing and other departments did everything they could to prevent the crime that took their daughter’s life. Lauren’s friends, teachers and all the other members […]


President Watkins’ message to campus

Two independent reviews announced.


University announces review team

University of Utah President Ruth V. Watkins today announced details of two separate, in-depth reviews into campus safety stemming from the tragic murder of U student Lauren McCluskey.


Save lives, stop the bleed

Watch the U’s dramatization of “Stop the Bleed,” and learn about new kits on campus and what to do should tragedy ever strike.


Safety is crystal clear

The U has adopted a clear bag policy at all athletic events.


SUPPORT AND RESOURCES

With the end of the semester just a few weeks away, there are a variety of campus resources available to help students manage this busy time of year.


BRIGHT LIGHTS UNDER A DARK SKY

A look at the university’s plan to illuminate campus while achieving Dark Sky compliance.


A LEARNING ENVIRONMENT WHERE ALL THRIVE

Deans and administrators through the University of Utah campus issued this letter in mid-October to affirm their commitment to creating an inclusive environment where there is no tolerance for acts of racism or bias in any form.


SAFETY OF MINORS

Ensuring the safety of minors at the U is a top priority.