The Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) department provides educational, technical and advisory services to the SFU community by working collaboratively with academic, research and service units to minimize and mitigate safety, health and environmental risks.
Ergonomics, indoor air quality, mould, smoking on campus and respiratory protection.
General lab safety, biological, chemical, radiation, X-ray, laser, magnet safety and more.
Safe work protocols for SFU trades contractors and facilities services.
Review safety training relevant to your areas of work, research or study.
Holiday closure safety tips December 02, 2021
Community safety, loss prevention & COVID-19 safety measures Leaving the office for a holiday...
Community Conversation on Personal Safety on Campus November 26, 2021
In spring of 2021, SFU President Joy Johnson committed to a meaningful conversation to hear from...
Interim University-Related International Travel Policy November 19, 2021
[Update] This message is sent on behalf of Martin Pochurko, vice-president, finance and...
Refer to links below for information about common hazards and how to reduce your risk:
- December 2020 - Lecture bottle (gas cylinder) storage
- May 2020 - Cleaning and Disinfecting Guide to Help Prevent the Spread of COVID-19
- November 2019 - Space heaters