2014 Seasonal Influenza Vaccination Campaign

If you were not able to attend any of our 2014 Seasonal Influenza Vaccination events, it is not too late.  All employees can still be vaccinated at no cost.  See flyer for more details

Occupational Safety
Occupational Safety

The safety of City of Pittsburgh employees is of utmost importance and the Department of Personnel & Civil Service Commission’s Safety Office serves as a resource for all employees, directing the strategy needed to drive change and continuous improvement for safety and injury prevention.

What's New

Please be sure to check out the most recent edition of the quarterly Safety Dispatch, always a great resource for seasonal health & safety information.

posted 6/11/14 @ 7:37 am

Safety Areas


Yearly hazard assessments of all City of Pittsburgh buildings help foster employee safety awareness in addition to pointing out conditions that present a workplace hazard if not corrected.

  • Report an unsafe condition at your facility/workspace - Please email the City Safety Manager at and put "Unsafe Condition" as the subject of your email.
    Please be sure to report the condition to your immediate supervisor first.


Employees concerned over possible infectious disease exposure while on duty have abundant resources created by the Safety Office available to them, including the ability to speak with the City of Pittsburgh Infectious Disease Officer 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


All injuries to City of Pittsburgh employees are tracked and investigated to assure workplace safety policies and procedures are in place and followed. This information helps to identify workplace injury trends and ways to curb similar injuries to other City of Pittsburgh employees.


The Safety Office promotes and participates in departmental safety committees that engage administration and lay workers to address health and safety concerns in the workplace.


The Safety Office provides multiple training programs on safety issues facing the City of Pittsburgh employee workforce.


An employee’s overall health can contribute to injuries at work. With this in mind, the Safety Office works with the CityFit Wellness At Work Program to combine personal health & safety topics with workplace safety initiatives.


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