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As part of an overall risk assessment, many supervisors of University-related activities have determined that their emergency response plans would be significantly strengthened by having an epinephrine auto-injector readily available.
OHS, in partnership with Oregon State and the University Health and Safety Committee, appreciates the importance of this precautionary measure and has developed a policy in order to ensure standardized management.
University departments that choose to voluntarily acquire one or more prescription epinephrine auto-injectors for use by their operational units must comply with OSU policy.
Submit via the online Auto-Injector Device Request Form with attached proof of current OHA certification.
You will hear back from Occupational Health within 2 weeks.