Boston University Occupational Health Center is devoted to the prevention and management of occupational and environmental injury, illness, and disability, and to the promotion of health and productivity of Boston University employees.


The Boston University Occupational Health Center provides prevention, diagnosis, and treatment for work-related injuries and illnesses for the employees of Boston University in compliance with OSHA, CDC, and other regulatory requirements. The center also provides clinical and consultation services to institutions and client companies outside of Boston University.


  • Provide a healthy atmosphere for employees
  • Support increased work production by improving the health of employees
  • Promote safety against health hazards encountered in the work environment
  • Foster full-functional capacity of employees

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Quick Links

Employees injured at work should immediately receive any necessary medical care:
If Injured at Work – Charles River Campus

How to respond to an on-the-job injury and how to ease back into work through the Transitional Work Program
Transitional Work Program Brochure

Supervisors should complete an Accident Report & Analysis Form if injury occurs:
Accident Report and Analysis Form