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How to Beat the Heat

June 21, 2022

It’s hot out there! Look for the signs and symptoms of heat stress and follow advice for avoiding heat-related illness from Carolina’s Environment, Health and Safety department.

June 2022 is Safety Awareness Month

June 3, 2022

Governor Roy Cooper has declared June as Safety Awareness month. Across North Carolina, workplace safety is emphasized during this month to stress the importance of identifying and eliminating safety hazards.

Flu Shot Four-Peat

January 11, 2022

Strong community participation helped Carolina defend its national title in a university flu vaccination competition.

Update to UEOHC Employee Health Guidance for COVID-19

January 10, 2022

Due to the significant increase in the volume of calls to the University Employee Occupational Health Clinic (UEOHC), employees are to follow the current CDC guidance (as of January 9, 2022). Please note that UEOHC staff will be prioritizing critical healthcare employees.

Carolina People: Jenna Pauli

October 14, 2021

Well before COVID-19, Pauli helped keep Carolina employees healthy and safe, but her contact-tracing work has been especially important during Carolina’s response to the pandemic.

A Creek Runs Through It

October 8, 2021

Water springing from a granite ridge millions of years in the making is a main reason for Carolina’s location. Here’s a look at how that water flowing under and through campus becomes the University’s Meeting of the Waters Creek.

Take Your (Flu) Shot for the National Championship

October 4, 2021

October is the optimum month to get a flu vaccination, and shots are available at the Student Stores Pharmacy, University Employee Occupational Health Clinic and clinics across campus.