Kelvin Daniels, Occupational Safety Specialist
kelvind@uidaho.edu
phone: 208-885-6297
fax: 208-885-5969
Environmental Health & Safety
875 Perimeter Dr MS 2030
Moscow, ID 83844-2030
Patricia Baker, Occupational Safety Technician II
patriciaba@uidaho.edu
phone: 208-885-2937
fax: 208-885-5969
Environmental Health & Safety
875 Perimeter Dr MS 2030
Moscow, ID 83844-2030

PSS Units

<span style="font-size:65%">Environmental Health & Safety</span>

Environmental Health and Safety
875 Perimeter Dr MS 2030
Moscow, ID 83844-2030
Phone: (208) 885-6524
Fax: (208) 885-5969
Email

<span style="font-size:65%">Public Safety & Security</span>

Public Safety and Security
875 Perimeter Dr MS 3162 
Moscow, ID 83844-3162
Phone: (208) 885-2254
Fax: (208) 885-9490

<span style="font-size:65%">Emergency Management</span>

Emergency Management
875 Perimeter Dr MS 2281
Moscow, ID 83844-2281
Phone: (208) 885-7179
Fax: (208) 885-7001
Email

Active in Emergencies
(208) 885-1010

<span style="font-size:65%">Risk Management & Insurance</span>

Risk Management & Insurance
875 Perimeter Dr MS 3162
Moscow, ID 83844-3162 
Phone: (208) 885-7177
Fax: (208) 885-9490
Email

Active in Emergencies
(208) 885-1010

<span style="font-size:65%">Security Services</span>

Security Services
875 Perimeter Dr MS 2281
Moscow, ID 83844-2281
Phone: (208) 885-7054
Fax: (208) 885-7001
Email

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First Aid/CPR/AED

What we do

A suitable number of employees must have the necessary training to appropriately administer first aid to victims of accidents or illnesses in the workplace until they can obtain professional medical attention. To meet this need, EHS is able to offer first aid/CPR/AED skills testing to University employees only.

EHS manages the Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) program as an integral part of the University of Idaho’s commitment to the safety and health of employees, students, and visitors. The purpose of this program is to provide public access to University-maintained AEDs for use in the event of a cardiac emergency as these have been proven to significantly increase a person's chances of surviving such an event.

How You Can Help

Participate in the First Aid, CPR, and AED programs offered here at the University of Idaho or by one of the many certified instructors in the area. Do not allow your certification to lapse. Recertify regularly so that you can become familiar with any changes or upgrades to the procedures that may help you save a life. It is a supervisor’s responsibility to ensure that there are an adequate number of qualified responders in a specified area.

Becoming certified through EHS is a two-part process. The first step is to take the appropriate online course through the American Heart Association (see the links above). Upon completion of the course, print your certificate and then contact EHS for skills testing. To determine which course(s) you need, see our flow chart in the links above.