Public Health

The UCSF Public Health Office at Environment Health and Safety serves as part of the campus Occupational Health and Safety program. The primary functions of the Public Health Office are to coordinate occupational health and risk assessment services to all UCSF campus employees, which includes the management of medical surveillance programs, and to serve as a resource to all staff with occupational health needs.


Surveillance Policies

Exposure Prevention

Documents & Resources

Medical Surveillance Communicable Disease Control & Prevention Animal Exposure
Working Safely with Animals Exposure Protocols Medical Surveillance Form
    Injury or Incident Reporting
    Q-Fever Training
    Herpes B Training