Environmental Health and Safety

Environmental Health and Safety

The Environmental Health & Safety Office supports campus programs to promote a safer and more environmentally responsible SUNY community. The EH&S Office serves as a technical resource and provides tools, training, and communication for the campuses on best practices and compliance issues (including compliance with SUNY requirements, and local, state and federal level regulations for environmental management and occupational safety and health). The office also assists in SUNY compliance with the New York State building and fire codes requirements; and coordinates SUNY’s program to provide public access defibrillation and training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

 
 
 

In the news...

‌‌Drinking Water Testing for Lead

Cooling Towers and Legionella

3D Printer and Maker Spaces

NEW - Health and Safety Issues in Natural Disasters (AIHA, 2017)

FEMA P-1000 June 2017 Safer, Stronger, Smarter: A Guide to Improving Sachool Natural Hazard Safety

FEMA National Incident Management System, October 2017

Prepare Yourself for Emergencies

Emergency Planning and Response

Emergency Information

Emergency Planning Resources

Public Health Emergency Planning

StormReady

Zika Virus

Fire and Building Codes

Fire, Life Safety and Building Codes

2017 NYS DOS Uniform Code Supplement (7/28/2017)

2016 NYS DOS Uniform Code Supplement (3/21/2016)

2016 NYS DOS Energy Code Supplement (3/13/2016)

NEW - Construction Notification

NEW - Outdoor Lighting - Public Buildings Law

Fire and Evacuation Drill Frequency for Colleges and Universities

Large Events - Crowd Managers, Emergency Services, and Pyrotechnics

Environmental Stewardship

EHS Compliance Program Resources

Environmental Compliance

New Revised PBS Regulations

NEW - Distributed Generation Sources (Part 222)

Safety and Industrial Hygiene

AED Programs

Hazard Communication

Lab Safety

Mold

Occupational Safety

New OSHA Silica

New OSHA Walking and Working Surfaces (Fall Protection)

3D Printer and Maker Spaces

PPE, Safety Showers & Eye Washes - Basic References

New OSHA Walking and Working Surfaces (Fall Protection)

NYS Sun Safety Law Information  (>5 hrs/week outdoors)

Records Retention - Health and Safety

Records Retention

 
Contact:

Barbara A. Boyle, CIH, CSP, LEED-AP
Director, Environmental Health & Safety
Email Barbara A. Boyle
518-320-1879

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