Environmental Health and Safety
The Environmental Health and Safety Department promotes a culture of safety, health and environmental protection in collaboration with the university community to support education and research. We are dedicated to reducing injuries, accidents and environmental impact, and ensuring compliance through high quality training, comprehensive workplace evaluation, hazardous materials management from acquisition to disposal, managing regulatory information, and by minimizing future potential liabilities.
The Facility Safety Group is responsible for Building Code compliance, Fire Code Compliance, State Fire Marshal coordination, Fire Safety Inspections, Fire Safety Training, Fire Extinguisher Maintenance and Fire Drills.
Research and Environmental Support
The Research and Environmental Support Group are responsible for Laboratory Safety, Environmental Management, Chemical Inventory, Biosafety, Radiation Safety, Hazardous Materials Management, and Laboratory Inspections. For reporting purposes, this also includes research support activities at the Health Sciences Campus and other regional campuses.
Workplace Safety and Insurance
The Workplace Safety and Insurance Group are responsible for all EHS Policy Development, Occupational Safety, Industrial Hygiene Investigations, Accident Investigation, Event Safety and University Insurance programs.
UCF EHS News
New NIH Guidelines!
Click here to view the new NIH guidelines for research involving
recombinant or synthetic
nucleic acid modules.
New Course Registration Process!!!
Our improved registration system now allows students to register in one place for both online and lecture courses.
For questions or more information contact:
Phil Rogers, EHS Safety Training Coordinator
Upcoming EHS Training