Health & Safety
Requesting Accommodations – The ADA
ADA protects you if you have a disability and you are otherwise qualified to work. A mental or physical condition that interferes with a major life activity is a disability covered by the ADA. The University will work with you to provide reasonable accommodations to assist you in performing the essential functions of your job.
Drug Free Awareness Program
University of Indianapolis is committed to providing its students and employees a drug and alcohol-free workplace and learning environment. Toward that end, the University prohibits the unlawful possession, use, manufacture, or distribution of unauthorized drugs and alcohol in the workplace.
- University of Indianapolis Drug Free Workplace Policy
- University of Indianapolis Drug Free Workplace Notification
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- Narcotics Anonymous
Employee Assistance Program
The University provides the EAP program to all employees and their family members. Our EAP program is a confidential worksite-based program designed to assist both employees and employers. The EAP program provides assessments and referrals both in person and over the phone for personal matters. Each employee along with each eligible employee’s dependents, is entitled to three visits (or sessions) free-of-charge per calendar year. Also, telephone intakes and information calls regarding EAP services are free and unlimited.
Domestic Violence Resources
Domestic violence spans gender, age, sexual orientation, and religion, and it affects people of all socioeconomic backgrounds and education levels and can be physical or psychological. Below are some resources for individuals affected by domestic violence.
On the Job Injury – Workers Compensation
This program provides employees protection from loss of income attributable to job related-injury. All incidents should be reported to supervisor immediately and to the Office of Human Resources.