General Operations

For all General Operations Requests, please fill out this form. 

General Operations

Ergonomic Evaluations


What is ergonomics, and why is it important?

Ergonomics is the science of fitting jobs to people. It focuses on designing workstations, tools, and job tasks for safety and efficiency. Effective ergonomic design coupled with good posture can reduce employee injuries and increase job satisfaction and productivity.

Injuries resulting from poor workplace ergonomics, such as back injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, and tendinitis can be debilitating for employees and costly to the University.

Please take a moment to review the University Health Services Information on A User Friendly Workstation and Personal Workstation Checklist.


To find out which safety committee you belong to, request a safety training, or for help on any safety-related topic: Submit a ticket or email

Student Affairs Injury and Illness Program

The Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) is the department's ongoing, comprehensive program for preventing work-related injuries and illnesses. The written program describes the safety committees, workplace inspections, and employee training on work-related hazards. It outlines the roles and responsibilities each staff person has in maintaining a safe work environment.

What to do if an injury or illness occurs at work               download the poster

  1. Address medical care issues
    Emergency Care (serious injury, threatening to life or limb)
    1. Dial 911 or or 2-3333 for campus police
    2. Call EH&S hotline 510-642-3073
    3. Call Dept. Safety Officer (DSO) 510-459-4144

    All instances of serious injury that require an ambulance must be reported to EH&S and DSO
    Acute Care (non-emergency)

    • Direct employee to the Tang Center (2-3188) located at 2222 Bancroft Way, 8AM - 5PM
    • Direct employee to the Alta Bates Medical Center located at 2450 Ashby Avenue, after hours 
  2. Complete documentation

How to report a safety concern                                           download the poster 

There are many ways to report a safety concern, but some methods get a faster response than others. If you see a possible hazard in your work environment, and you cannot personally correct it, you can:

1.  Tell your supervisor

2.  Contact the DSO: 

Kashmir Juneja, DSO
(510) 459-4144

3.  Fill out an anonymous report of unsafe condition. You can tell us about your concern without telling us your name. We will post our response to your location's safety bulletin board within two weeks of receiving the report.

        Send the completed form via interoffice mail to:  
                        Kashmir Juneja, DSO
                        2610 Channing Way, 
                        Berkeley, CA 94720

4.  Contact the Office of Environment, Health and Safety (510) 642-3073 (during business hours), (510) 642-3333 (after hours), or complete the Anonymous Report Form 

5.  Email CalOSHA:

Other Safety-Related Forms

Other Safety-Related Campus Resources

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Document Imaging

Document Imaging


The Document Imaging team is charged with ensuring that our students and staff have digital access to all important documents needed to move the University into a paperless environment that also harnesses the power of technology.  Below are the 2013 Scanning Trends for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions (OUA) and the Office of the Registrars (OR).


2013 Scanning Trends



Weekly updates and trends for OUA, OR and FASO will be coming in the near future!


The Business Operations Occupational Safety team’s primary function is to promote a safe and healthy work environment for the employees in Student Affairs. This is accomplished through inspecting hazards, providing training, and serving as the liaison with other campus/community safety partners. Please complete the asterisk (*) fields in the form below.

For all Occupational Safety Requests, please fill out this form.