For Yale Offices

Health, Safety and Security

The Yale University Archives seeks to collect documentation concerning health, safety, and security at Yale. Specific topics of interest include:

  • Compliance with national and international standards and regulations
  • Awareness initiatives
  • Health, safety, and security
  • Rules and regulations
  • New policy, procedure, initiative development in any of the above areas

Archival Records

Examples of records of interest to the Archives, regardless of format:

  • Annual and special reports
  • Correspondence
  • Investigation files
  • Meeting minutes
  • Policies, procedures, and regulations
  • Publications and websites (see Depositing Official Yale Publications)
  • Records of the Yale Corporation’s Institutional Policies Committee
  • Photographs and audio-visual material

Office of record

The Office of Environmental Health and Safety, fire marshal, police chief, and secretary maintain the majority of documentation on health, safety and security. Individual offices that are not responsible for the creation of such records, but that maintain duplicates or related materials, should destroy these files after they are no longer needed.

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Thursday, February 27, 2014 - 3:45pm