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Environmental Health & Safety



Safety & Industrial Hygiene


 

What is Safety & Industrial Hygiene?

Safety & Industrial Hygiene is the practice of ensuring the general health and safety of the campus by supplying information, services, and equipment to help identify, evaluate, and control potentially harmful activities in the work and learning environment. Our Safety & Industrial Hygiene program areas help you prevent injuries and illnesses whether you are working on a computer or on a forklift. We investigate indoor air quality issues and complaints, test/certify campus fume hoods, manage a network of Department Safety Coordinators, and provide a variety of other services.

Training

Forms

Programs

Safety Orientation
Ergonomics
Hazard Communication
Injury & Illness Prevention Plan (IIPP)
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

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Refer to the Training
Schedule of Classes

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Hazard Report
Injury & Incident Investigation Report
Injury & Illness Prevention Plan (IIPP) submission request
Prescription Eyewear
PPE Hazard Assessment
Compressed Gas
Confined Space
Fume Hood
Electrical Safety
Ergonomics (Industrial)
Fall Control
Fume Hoods
Hazard Communication
Heat Stress Prevention
Hearing Conservation
Indoor Air Quality
Injury & Illness Prevention Program (IIPP)
ISEM
Lockout / Blockout
Machine Guarding
Mobile Equipment
Mold
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Respiratory Protection
Shop Safety
Tools
Water Damage
Welding, Cutting, and Burning
Workplace Exposure Assessments

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How do I keep myself safe?

Safety can be better achieved through proper engineering, education, training, use of protective equipment, and compliance with safety rules, standards and laws. To that end, make sure you review the wealth of safety and health resources for students and parents offered by the campus.

What are my responsibilities?

Safety is everyone's business. If you work for UCR, review your list of employee responsibilities. There are additional supervisors/manager responsibilities and student responsibilities that you should familiarize yourself with. Learn about how to providing a safe and healthy campus.

Dining Services Safety

Physical Plant Safety

Housing Safety

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Environmental Health & Safety

Environmental Health & Safety
Environmental Health & Safety

Tel: (951) 827-5528
Fax: (951) 827-5122
E-mail: ehs@ucr.edu

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