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Risk Management

Welcome to The Office of Risk Management

Risk Management is a cooperative effort between the Risk Management and Environment Health & Safety (EHS), as well as with the University Police Department, Campus Safety Committee, Building Evacuation Coordinators, and all of the management, faculty and staff working at CSUSB.

The Risk Management function on the CSUSB campus has been authorized by the Chancellor's Office through California State University Risk Management Policy, Executive Order 1069 and other risk-related guidance issued by the CSU. CSUSB has established a risk management policy to reduce the risk of loss exposures to the university. This risk management program provides a process for planning, organizing, leading, and controlling campus activities in order to minimize the adverse effects of losses.

Our mission is to reduce losses without unnecessarily limiting activities that advance CSUSB's mission and goals.

OSHA 300A Report

OSHA 300A Report

An OSHA 300A report is a summary of the work-related injuries and illnesses from the previous reporting cycle. This includes a count of reportable cases, cases that required days off work, and cases that resulted in a work restriction. In addition to this high-level summary, the report also provides a breakdown of each injury type, helping employees understand the common types of workplace injuries and illnesses. Employers are required to post this summary from February 1st to April 30th of the following year so employees can readily access information

2021 Report