Employee Resources

To ensure greater safety of our students, faculty, and staff, please review the contacts and safety procedures noted below.


  • Police/Fire (emergency): 911
    • If you are on the Tempe campus and call from an office or classroom phone, the call will go directly to ASU dispatch.
    • If you call from your cell or a non-campus phone, ask to be directed to ASU dispatch.
  • Police/Fire (non-emergency): 480-965-3456
  • Front office: 480-965-6978
  • Safety escort: 480-965-1515
  • LiveSafe mobile app: This is an easy way to communicate with the police and stay updated via your phone. Please go to https://cfo.asu.edu/livesafe-mobile-app for more information.


  • If there is a medical emergency (e.g., someone passing out), please call 911 immediately.
  • If there is a homeless person in your building and you feel threatened or in immediate danger, please call 911 and then contact the front office. If it is not an emergency, please call the front office.
  • If you receive an email, call, or have an interaction with someone connected to the University that is threatening in nature and feel that you are in immediate danger, please call 911 and then notify the front office. If it is not an emergency, please contact the front office. The front office will contact the proper authorities who will decide how to proceed.

What kind of safety training are you required to complete?

Whether you are a faculty or staff member, teaching assistant, postdoc, service professional or academic professional, it's easy to find out what type of safety training you must complete.

The Environmental Health & Safety team is dedicated to providing the training necessary to protect the health and welfare of ASU's community, interests and assets. We do provide the tools needed for a safe campus environment, in compliance with federal, state, and local regulations.

Reporting Accidents and Injuries

Arizona State University's policy on incident reporting and investigations requires that all incidents resulting in an injury to an ASU employee, student or visitor, or damage to ASU property in excess of $500, must be reported to Environmental Health and Safety.

For the purpose of this policy, an incident is defined as an occurrence or event that interrupts normal procedures or precipitates a crisis resulting in any of the following:

  • Injury or illness to ASU employees, students, and visitors
  • Events that were likely to cause potential injury or illness to an ASU employee, student, or visitor (near miss)
  • Damage to ASU property in excess of $500