Environmental, Health and Safety Services


Call 911

The first objective in an emergency is to get the necessary assistance for the injured. Call 911 for police, fire, and/or rescue.

Worker's Compensation

All work-related injuries must be reported to the Department of Human Resources so that worker's compensation benefits may be properly coordinated. A Panel of Physicians form and an Employer's Accident Report must be filled out to ensure coverage. For more information on this benefit, click here.

Virginia Occupational Safety and Health (VOSH)

As of January 1, 2015, all covered employers must report certain severe injuries to OSHA/VOSH within 24 hours of learning about it, and fatalities within 8 hours. EHS serves as the liaison with external regulatory agencies, and coordinates notification to VOSH of reportable events. EHS may conduct an accident investigation independently or in conjunction with VOSH (or other agencies such as worker's compensation). Notify EHS at 231-2341 or 231-5985 immediately of the following work-related events so that timely notification is ensured:

  • Fatalities
  • In-patient hospitalizations
  • Amputations
  • Loss of an eye

Environmental, Health and Safety

EHS receives notification of all work-related injuries and illnesses via the Employer's Accident Report; however, this notification may not be within the specified time frame for VOSH notification. Any time an employee must go to an urgent care facility, the emergency room, or is transported by ambulance or helicopter, EHS must be notified directly. EHS will begin the accident investigation process and ensure timely notification to VOSH for required events.

  • Robin McCall-Miller, 540-231-2341
  • Zachary Adams, 540-231-5985
  • Off hours, 540-391-0311


Important Emergency Numbers

  • Emergencies (Police, Fire, Rescue): 911
  • Police (Non-emergency): 540-231-6411
  • Schiffert Health Center: 540-231-5996
  • Facilities Services Customer Service: 540-231-4300