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Health and Safety Committee

Report a Safety Concern

Please use this page to report safety concerns on campus. This form is only for concerns regarding the infrastructure at UNI, such as structural building problems, potentially unsafe equipment, tripping/fall hazards, unsafe working conditions, or other unsafe conditions impacting the campus community.

  • For quickest service, concerns regarding snow and ice removal should first be reported to Grounds Services by calling (319) 273-4400.
  • For concerns about an indiviual (faculty, staff, students, or guests), please go to www.uni.edu/safety and contact the appropriate office based on the criteria listed.
  • While you may remain anonymous in the form below, if you fear retaliation for your report, you may instead use UNI's EthicsPoint service. Reports to EthicsPoint may take longer for UNI to act upon, but confidentiality is more assured as the data is gathered and maintained by an independent third-party.
  • For concerns that pose a serious and immediate threat to safety, please call the UNI Police at (319) 273-2712 so they can secure the area.
  • If you know a person is at risk of suicide, a threat of harm to others, or exhibiting severely disorganized, psychotic or out-of-control behavior, immediately dial 911 or call UNI Police at (319) 273-2712.

 

Enter your name (optional).
Please provide the date you noticed the safety concern.
Optionally upload an image file of your concern. 5 MB maximum, acceptable filetypes are gif, jpg, png, bmp, and pdf.
Files must be less than 5 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg png bmp pdf.
Please provide the location of your safety concern. Provide as much detail as possible. For example, "The cubicle in the northeast corner of CBB 15," "The sidewalk running between Commons and Schindler at approximately 50 yards west of Commons," or "The north stairwell in Seerley Hall near the 2nd floor." If the concern is applicable to multiple locations, please provide multiple examples. If the concern is applicable to all of campus, simply enter "Campus."
Please provide a detailed description of your safety concern. If you are submitting this anonymously, please be sure to provide as many details as possible as we will be unable to contact you for additional information.