- Animal Research Safety
- Biological Safety
- Acute Biological Toxins
- Biohazard Project Registration
- Biohazardous Waste Disposal
- Biological Spills
- BioPath Program
- BloodBorne Pathogen Program
- Plant Research & Greenhouses
- SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 Specimen Research
- Select Agents
- Shipping and Transport of Biological Materials
- Vaccination for Research Personnel
- Chemical and Lab Safety
- Chemical Safety
- Lab Safety
- Gator TRACS
- Hazardous Waste Management
- Radiation and Laser Safety
- Boating & Dive Safety
- Industrial Hygiene & Occupational Safety
- Indoor Environmental Quality
- Respirator Protection Policy
- Respirator Use
- Pesticide Use
- Occupational Medicine
- Risk Management Insurance & Liability
- Certificate of Coverage
- Report a Claim
- Risk Management
- Building Codes Enforcement
- Submit ADA Assessment
- Certificate of Occupancy or Completion
- Applicable Building Codes for the State of Florida and the University of Florida
- Code Permit Fee Schedule
- Permit Application Process
- Permit Instructions
- Plan Submittal Guidelines
- Temporary Structures on Campus – Including Tents
- Chartfield Form Codes Permits
- Fire Plan Review and Inspection
- Pest Management
Environmental Health & Safety administers the Occupational Medicine Program for employees and students who may be exposed to health risks during the course and scope of their work and research activities.
The program functions collaboratively with university partners to provide risk assessment, medical monitoring, testing services, vaccination and training in compliance with regulatory and accreditation requirements.
Emerging health concerns are managed as an opportunity to educate, increase safety awareness, and cultivate relationships.
UF’s OCCMED Program is managed jointly by Environmental Health & Safety and UF Occupational Medicine Service, a division of the Student Health Care Center. Other partners include the UF Health Hearing Center – The Oaks, and Shands, as well as individual medical service providers outside the Gainesville area.
OCCMED’s management system resides within UF’s myUFL. Position information within Organizational Development includes department-identified job duties that apply to specific positions. Health assessment status records are housed within Workforce Monitoring.
Compliance with OCCMED requirements is improved by departments using Workforce Monitoring’s Department Next Exam Report. Individual’s checking their own health assessment status records through My Self Service also improves Program compliance.
Initial and periodic health assessments are based on individual’s assigned job duties. Procedures and Guidelines pages provide step-by-step instructions with how-to details.
No faculty, staff, student, or volunteer covered by the OCCMED Program may initiate or continue activities in the area of concern until they satisfactorily meet applicable medical criteria.