At Princeton, the safety and security of our community and campus is a top priority and reflects a University-wide partnership. If safety is an immediate concern, call the Department of Public Safety at 911. Coverage for Research Related Injury/Illness Graduate students who experience injury or illness that arises from conducting University sponsored research will have their related medical expenses covered fully by the University. A student should not incur any cost associated with an injury that occurred while conducting research. Below is information on how this coverage applies. When does this coverage apply: Injury/illness that arises while conducting University sponsored research, either on campus or injury/illness that occur in connection with University sponsored research or teaching activities off campus.(Illness or injury that does not occur while conducting research does not fall under this coverage, but is covered under the Student Health Plan) Work being performed is supporting or is sponsored by a faculty member or the University. Faculty member or department manager should be advised of the accident as soon as possible. What is covered: Medical costs that are not paid by the graduate student’s health coverage (Student Health Plan or University International Health Insurance coverage) Any out of pocket medical expenses incurred (prescriptions, co-pays, etc..) Procedure for payment: Contact Risk Management, [email protected] and advise them of the incident. This can be done by the Department Manager, faculty member or the student who sustained the injury or illness. Submit all Explanation of Benefits, bills and receipts via e-mail to [email protected]. Risk Management will contact the student who sustained the injury or illness and will pay the medical provider directly (and/or provide reimbursement to the student for any medical costs they may have already paid out of pocket). All members of the Princeton University community are required to enroll the details of domestic and international University Travel in the Enroll My Trip system. This ensures travelers have access to information and resources prior to departure and better positioning University resources in the event of a health, safety, or security incident while traveling. This also provides for full medical coverage when traveling internationally through the University International Health coverage. The University may be limited in its ability to support travel that is not enrolled. Department of Public Safety (DPS) DPS offers campus patrol and security officers, dispatchers, and fire officials for 24/7 safety services and emergency response. Visit their site for safety and security tips, bike registration, RAD self-defense classes, and other resources. Information Security Office (ISO) The ISO is your source for real-time guidance on critical topics including confidentiality, safe computing, identity theft, phishing alerts, password management, and much more. Office of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) EHS provides technical support, training, consultation, and audits of environmental, health, and safety practices and regulatory compliance. Online guidance covers topics from electrical and lab safety, to workstation ergonomics, event safety, and beyond. Princeton University Emergency Management Easy-to-access information helps you prepare for and avoid emergencies, take appropriate actions, and stay connected. University’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (“Clery Act”), all prospective and current employees and students are invited to read this report. It outlines safety and security policies, crime prevention efforts, fire safety, and statistics on certain crimes.