EH&S Management System
Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) has created an EH&S Management System to provide resources, integrate procedures and training, and enhances an awareness that promotes environmental stewardship in all facets of the University's mission. Elements of the EHSMS can be found throughout our website including:
- Planning is conducted by standing committees and with individual organizational units.
- Identify the needs of the departments and campus organizations to achieve compliance and the goals of University Policy P609.
- Recognize legal and other requirements so that laws and regulations are known.
- Establish objectives and targets for improvement.
- Develop the structure and responsibility for deploying the system throughout the organization.
- EH&S Policies and Procedures
- Departmental Standard Operating Procedures
- Hazard Analysis and Evaluations
- Training Awareness and Evaluations
- EHSMS Documentation and Control
- Emergency Planning and Response
- Checking/Corrective Action:
- This involves an ongoing evaluation of the system, including legal compliance. It includes:
- Monitoring and Measurement
- Inspections and Audits
- Tracking Conformances, Corrective and Preventive Action
- Management Review
- Continuous Improvement
EH&S uses a number of databases to document and track Regulatory/Audit Requirements, Radiation Protection Services, Fire (OFPC) Inspections, EH&S Inspections and Fume Hood Inspections. Access to some of the databases has been made available on-line for individuals who have responsibility to act on specific requirements.
Use the button below to log into the system if you have received notification that a requirement has been identified for your attention.
You will need to have a Lotus Notes account to access this system. When prompted, the username is your email ID (i.e. firstname.lastname@example.org would be jsmith) and the password is your Lotus Notes password. If you are having trouble accessing this system, please follow the guide below.
If you have any questions, please call our main office and ask to speak with someone about the particular database you are trying to access.