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Resources & Helpful Links

There are many helpful resources available to MSU employees both on campus and throughout the community.

Employee Resources

Health & Safety

Michigan State University is committed to the health and safety of students, faculty and staff.  Listed here are a number of university-wide resources and units that are responsible for various aspects of Health and Safety issues on campus.

Community Health Services Booklet- health services in the mid-Michigan area.

Counseling Center: Provides support for MSU students.

Department of Police and Public Safety: Police Department for MSU.

Employee Assistance Program : Provides support for MSU faculty, staff and family members.

Emergency situations/severe weather: Policy and procedure for emergency situations/severe weather.

Ergonomics : Policy and procedure for ergonomics.

Health Assessments: Policy and procedure for health assessments.

Health4U: Supports health initiatives for the University and community.

Healthy E-mail Service  Evidence based health information designed to improve your health knowledge and enhance your ability to discuss health concerns with your health care provider.

Healthwise Knowledgebase: A tool the MSU community can use to access advertising-free, medically reviewed health information.

MSU HealthTeam: Offers primary and specialty health care services to the general public.

MSU Safe Place: MSU community members who are experiencing relationship violence can contact MSU Safe Place for shelter, counseling, support groups and/or advocacy.

MSU Annual Security and Fire Safety Report: Overview of the University's security resources, policies, and procedures.

Occupational Health: supports health and safety of the MSU community.

Olin Health Center: provides medical care for MSU students and their spouses.

Health Education: provides educational and health promotion services to the MSU community.

Office of Radiation, Chemical, and Biological Safety (ORCBS): Includes information about radiation, chemical, and biological safety, hazardous waste, training courses.

Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) / Michigan Occupational Safety & Health Administration (MIOSHA)

Right to Know: basic safety information regarding hazardous chemicals in the work environment.

Travel Clinic: provides information, immunizations, and consultations for international travelers.

University Physician: health information for the MSU community and links to other sites on health and safety.

Workers' Compensation: Policy and procedure for workers' compensation.

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