Workplace Violence Information and Resources
- Campus Policy on Violence in the Workplace
- Presidential Guidance on Abusive Conduct and Bullying (.pdf)
- UC DAVIS CAMPUS VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAM
- CAL/OSHA GUIDELINES FOR WORKPLACE SECURITY
- CAL/OSHA GUIDELINES FOR SECURITY & SAFETY OF HEALTH CARE WORKERS
- CAL OSHA: INJURY & ILLNESS PREVENTION MODEL PROGRAM FOR WORKPLACE SECURITY
In case of emergency: Dial 9-1-1
In case of non-emergency workplace intimidation, threat of violence or act of violence: Contact any Crisis Response Team member below.
|ASAP: Academic & Staff Assistance Program||752-2727||Ruben Valencia|
|UCD Police||752-1727||Paul Henoch|
|Campus Counsel||754-7111||Sheila O'Rourke|
|Academic Affairs||752-7643||Matilda Aidam|
|Employee and Labor Relations||754-8935||Stephen Green, Chair|
The University of California at Davis can best perform its missions of teaching, research and public service when faculty, students and staff co-exist in a climate that supports the free exchange of ideas and utilizes constructive methods of conflict resolution.
The University of California is committed to creating and maintaining an environment that is free from intimidation, bullying, threats and violent acts. Threats, bullying, intimidation and acts of violence will not be ignored, condoned or tolerated. The University defines these behaviors as follows:
Intimidation - an act towards another person, the purpose of which is to coerce, and the result of which could reasonably cause the other person to fear for his or her safety or the safety of others.
Threat of violence - a communicated intent to inflict physical or other harm on any person or on property.
Act of violence - exercise of physical force against another person or against property.
Bullying - offensive or malicious behavior through persistant actions typically meant to undermine, intimidate, or demean the recipient.
In a non-emergency situation, employees are encouraged to call one of the Crisis Response Team members listed above, or to contact:
Addressing Acts of Intimidation, Threats or Acts of Violence
Any and all acts of intimidation, threats or acts of violence will be considered serious misconduct and will be the basis of disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal. These acts will be referred, when appropriate, to legal authorities.
Assurance of a safe working environment is important to everyone. It is the responsibility of all members of our community to report any occurrence of intimidation, threat or violence to the appropriate campus resource.