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In response to UCR’s campus closure, the EH&S office is closed. Critical functions related to emergency response coordination, hazardous waste collection and delivery of research materials under the purview of EH&S including radiation packages and controlled substances are operational, however may experience delay.
If you have safety emergency such as a hazardous material spill, injury or illness, contact UCPD at (951) 827-5222 or 911 on a cellular device.
You can still report an incident, injury, or safety concern using the online reporting tool. For general inquiries, please email us at email@example.com and our remote staff will respond to your concerns by the next business day.
Announcements from EH&S
- Coronavirus information
UC Field Safety Webinar Series
The Fieldwork Toolkit Webinar Series is presented by the UC Field Research Safety Center of Excellence.
Engage with well respected subject matter experts from the University of California to discuss safe teaching and research outdoors, at remote sites, and abroad.
Register at https://training.ucr.edu/fieldwork
Risk Assessment for Outdoor Fieldwork
Preventing Sexual Harassment & Assault in the Field Sciences
Overview of the UC Travel & Auto Insurance
Respiratory Protection Program
Learn more about the Respiratory Protection Program at UCR, including processes for the Mandatory Use Program, the Voluntary Use Program, as well as guidance during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Power Outage in laboratories
Learn what to do in before, during, and after a power failure in a laboratory by visiting our Power Outages webpage.
- Air Quality Updates (Live) & Wildfire Smoke Protection
Pierce Hall Renovation Project Updates
Pierce Hall is being renovated to improve the quality of instructional and research environmental, address space deficiencies and help position the campus to achieve its strategic goals.
Project Manager: Gerald Caraig | (951) 827-2432
PDC Contacts: Melissa Garrety | (951) 827-7376
Anticipated Construction Start: January 2019
Anticipated Construction Completion: 2021
- Batchelor Project Updates
FREE Mercury Thermometer Exchange Program
Help UCR become Mercury Free! Exchange your mercury thermometer for FREE through EH&S.
Be Smart About Safety (BSAS)
The Be Smart About Safety (BSAS) program is designed to increase awareness of employee safety and reduce the number of employee injuries. Since the implementation of the BSAS program, UCR has been investing BSAS dollars into loss prevention and loss control activities across campus.
Inside UCR: Measles Reminder
April 2019 | Inside UCR
Measles Health Reminder from the Office of Student Health
- Annual Campus Asbestos Notification