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.
SFU announces new Chief Safety and Risk Officer January 11, 2023
Galib Bhayani is a public safety champion with extensive experience in the areas of enterprise risk...
Campus safety: What you need to know January 09, 2023
It’s important that all students, faculty and staff familiarize themselves with campus safety...
SFU holiday closure reminders November 23, 2022
Exams, final projects and meetings all starting to wrap up so now is the time to remind the...
Refer to links below for information about common hazards and how to reduce your risk:
- July 2022 - Mercury thermometer breakage and spill clean up
- April 2022 - Expired peroxide former discovery and detonation
- April 2022 - Laboratory vacuum pump safety
- February 2022 - Mercury waste packaging and spill clean up