Environmental Health & Safety

Walla Walla University is committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment for all employees. All employees (i.e. students, faculty, staff), especially those who are in supervisory positions, are encouraged to take advantage of the various resources and services outlined below.

Accident Prevention

Safety is everyone's responsibility (President's Letter). All training records are to be retained in departments according to Walla Walla University's Records Retention Policy. These are resources to help you assess, build and monitor your department's safety program.

Accident Prevention Program

Accident/Incident Reporting

Employee Training Documentation Form

Employee Training Record

Employee's Responsibility for Security & Confidentiality Policy 

Property Theft/Loss/Damage (Personal property, including autos, is not covered by WWU Insurance)

Job Hazard Analysis Form

Report Unsafe Condition/Workplace Hazard

Witness Statement Form

Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP)

Walla Walla University is committed to providing a safe and healthful work environment. This is our plan to eliminate or minimize occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens. 

Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan

Chemical Safety

Guides for the safe purchase, use, storage, and disposal of chemical products are located at Chemical Safety and Management.  (SIGN IN required)

    Online Training Opportunities by SafetySkills

    SafetySkills offers high quality, on-demand online training that is compliant with the standards of WISHA (the Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act) and provides the most current safety information in an appropriate and effective manner.

    Departments are encouraged to utilize the University's new Training Server, with courses sponsored by Risk & Safety Management. We have access to an extensive course catalog that is updated regularly. Please contact Risk & Safety Management to get your department set up.

    Approved Driver Policy

    All drivers of Walla Walla University-owned or business-rented vehicles, or those driving their personal vehicles with passengers for WWU-coordinated transportation must be on the Approved Driver List (SIGN IN required). 

    Driver & Transportation Policies/Forms

    John Deere Utility Gator Training

    Training is required before anyone may operate a WWU-owned Gator. The checklist below is to be used and maintained as a record of the necessary training. If you have any questions pertaining to training, please contact Randy Wentland with Grounds.

    Employee Training Checklist - Gator


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