For more information, please access the University Risk Management web page on the Horseshoe at http://horseshoe.musc.edu/university/risk-management or call us at 843-792-3055.
Office of Insurance Programs
Insurance Programs is committed to providing adequate insurance coverage for MUSC and MUHA, delivering essential support in the managing of insurance claims, and rendering services vital to the mission of the Medical University of South Carolina and MUSC Health. Please feel free to contact us with any questions, concerns or comments.
Jennifer Taylor, Manager
On-call pager: 13067
Occupational Safety & Health Programs
Our purpose is to provide a safe environment for all Medical University of South Carolina and MUSC Health patients, students, employees and visitors. The Division is committed to ensuring regulatory compliance and customer satisfaction. Our authority to act in matters involving environmental health and safety to ensure the safety of any student, patient, faculty, staff or visitor on our campus is given by the President of MUSC.
Contact OSHP at 843-792-3604 for HAZMAT Emergency Response 24/7, 365 days
For more information, please visit our website on the horseshoe at https://horseshoe.musc.edu/university/risk-management/services/occupational-safety-and-health-programs.
MUSC provides professional liability insurance through the South Carolina Insurance Reserve Fund (IRF) to MUSC/MUHA pharmacists, medical students, students/instructors, nurse midwives, physicians assistants, nurse practitioners, residents and physicians who are listed on the MUSC/MUHA payroll and who are acting on behalf of or within his/her job scope at MUSC/MUHA.
Please contact Megan Cleary-Faber at 843-792-4463 or Felicia Enoch at 843-792-2408 if you need verification of your professional liability coverage.
Please contact Jennifer Taylor, Insurance Programs Manager at 843-792-0757 with any questions regarding insurance coverage or your responsibility for maintaining coverage. Please contact Christel All, Professional Liability Manager and University Clinical Risk Manager at 843-876-8289 with any concerns about risk issues or to report occurrences.
Radiation Safety Office staff ensures the proper receipt, use, and disposal of all radioactive material and radiation producing machines. An interactive system of inspections, evaluations, training and emergency preparedness is in place to monitor all activities involving radiation to maintain exposure "As Low As Reasonably Achievable" (ALARA). It is the mission of the Radiation Safety Office, through the use of audits, consultation, and the enforcement of policies established by the radiation safety committee to promote a safe environment for students, faculty, staff and the public.
The purpose of the Workers' Compensation Division is two-fold. First, for the employee who sustains an on-the-job injury, it establishes a liaison between the manager, the physician and the insurance carrier. This includes a claim of injury, assisting with health care appointments, filing insurance reports and attending hearings and informal conferences. Assistance is also provided when returning the employee to transitional duty assignments post-injury.
Secondly, the Division manages the contract with the health care providers for employee health services. This includes post-injury examinations, OSHA and other required physical examinations and provides medical care and/or referral to other health care providers for the injured employee.
First report of injury: ACORD Form
Please access the Biosafety web page on the Horseshoe at https://horseshoe.musc.edu/university/risk-management/services/biosafety.