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Safety News

Coronavirus Pandemic

Please see the daily news for all the information relevant to 2019 Coronavirus.

Working from home resources.

HSC Scientific stores is physically closed. Please contact for information related to obtaining research supplies.

Queries regarding return to work under the COVID19 guidelines should be directed to


Injury/Incident Report Form

The McMaster Injury/Incident Report must be completed and submitted within 24 hours of an injury. The form must be downloaded and saved to your computer before filling. Provide the requested the information, print it and obtain the indicated signatures. During the COVID19 pandemic, please email the pdf to FHSSO. Our office is working remotely and our fax machine has been retired.

Workplace Safety Policy

Print and post the 2020 McMaster Workplace & Environmental Health and Safety Policy.

If you have questions about these pages contact FHSSO by e-mail.

New Pages Added

LN2 and Gas Cylinders

Alarm Points

Safety Training

Accessing your training record.

To view your MOSAIC training record, log in to Mosaic and click Regulatory Training > Training Summary.

Safety Programs

All of McMaster's safety programs are captured in the Risk Management Manual. It is a series of documents which outline our individual responsibilities related to a variety of safety topics. All staff and students should familiarize themselves with this website and the documents within. If you have questions about any of the programs or how to implement them within your department, please contact FHSSO.



Safety News

Code Awareness

Code Awareness for personnel working in hospital-hosted locations is required annually and is now bundled with FHS Hospital Fire Safety.

Emergency Code Response

Posters have been created for Emergency Code Response for a laboratory and an office setting. Print and post the information appropriate for your area.


Updated 24-Apr-2020

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