We are here to help you, and to ensure that the University of Sheffield continues to excel in being a safe University for research.
Health & Safety, Arts Tower Level 7, Western Bank, Sheffield S10 2TN
Providing the University with high quality expertise, knowledge and assistance in the field of safety regulation and practice in University activities.
That was a close call! Tell us about safety hazards on campus.
Last year, you prevented over 100 potential accidents on campus by dealing with and reporting hazards and close calls. From a slippery walkway to discarded packaging, if you've dealt with it yourself or if you need help to sort it out, please tell us.Tell us about your hazards now>
Health & Safety are on hand to help you through any issues of Health & Safety that you may encounter whilst you are at the University of Sheffield. You are not alone! If in doubt, or if you need clarification or advice please do not hesitate to contact us.Need training? Click here>
An easy to use interactive map for locating defibrillators (AEDs) and the fire assembly points across the campus. AED locations link to photos and detailed descriptions of where to find them. The fire assembly points link to aerial and street view maps in Google.View the map>
Wondering where to find the University policies and procedures? They can be viewed here.Read here...>
H & S Training
Welcome to the University of Sheffield Health & Safety Training Portal. We are here to help you, and to ensure that the University of Sheffield continues to excel in being a safe University for research.Visit the training suite here>
Health and safety is everyone's responsibility and working safely should be key to all areas of University work. The following page provides information on the hazards for specific work related risks and control measures implemented by the University and Departments to ensure a safe working environment.
The effects of a fire can be devastating in terms of lives lost, injuries, and damage to property, the environment and business interests.