Chemical Inventory Management manages the receiving and inventory of chemicals on campus, as well as cataloging the associated risks from each chemical by obtaining the proper SDS and generating NFPA door signs signifying hazards.
Environmental Management & Lab Safety provides services relating to laboratory and environmental health, such as chemical hygiene and biosafety, as well as hazardous material safety—including waste removal.
Fire & Life Safety is responsible for providing fire safety—including drills and extinguisher inspections— and life-saving technologies—AED units primarily— for the UNLV campus and ancillary locations.
Occupational Safety and Health works to ensure safety and compliance with OSHA and other regulators with the campus. This group also provides safety training and information for employees through the Risk Management & Safety website.
Holding responsibility over radiation-producing devices and materials on campus, the Radiation Safety Office provides authorization to users needing to work with radiation while working to keep them safe.
The Safety Training program from Risk Management & Safety offers a comprehensive training program to ensure the safety and well-being of all UNLV employees. While most courses are available during new employee training and in-person, additional courses are offered on a regular basis through classrooms or at any time online.
An Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) may be used during sudden cardiac arrest. An AED can shock the heart back into normal rhythm by means of an electric current. Employees may learn more about AEDs by completing a CPR & AED training course. The following table shows locations of AED on campus. The associated links display pictures of each location. For more information on specific AEDs used on campus, please scroll to the bottom of the page.
For your convenience, the video below demonstrates the proper use of the Cardiac Science AED. Other AED brands operate in a similar manner.
Please note that the American Heart Association and the manufacturers of AEDs strongly recommend that AEDs are used only by trained individuals. To complete the CPR and AED training course at UNLV, please contact Risk Management & Safety at 895-4226.
This document was last modified on November 19, 2015.