The Office of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) serves the University community by providing technical support, information and training, consultation, and periodic audits of environmental, health and safety practices and regulatory compliance.
The EHS staff comprises University employees working in a coordinated effort to address health and safety issues in four broad areas: workplace safety, chemical safety, radiation safety, and biosafety and sanitation.
Workplace Safety addresses a number
of issues affecting well-being in the office, laboratory and shop. Chemical
Safety and Industrial Hygiene is concerned with the recognition, evaluation
and control of health hazards related to use of chemical and physical
agents. Radiation Safety provides services
related to uses of radioactive materials and radiation-producing equipment.
Biosafety and Sanitation includes services
related to recognition, evaluation and control of microbiological hazards
and unsanitary conditions.
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