Environmental Health & Safety has developed a safety plan that covers our activities on campus. Refer to the EHS COVID-19 Safety Plan for more information. It has been reviewed and signed by the Southeast campus safety committee (the local joint health and safety committee).
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 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.
Coronavirus Notice January 24, 2020
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Burnaby Mountain Wildfire Report January 13, 2020
Safety & Risk Services retained an environmental consulting firm to develop a wildfire...
Winterfest 2019 October 30, 2019
Winter is coming to Burnaby Mountain! Are you prepared? Join us for Winterfest, the annual event on...
Refer to links below for information about common hazards and how to reduce your risk:
- May 2020 - Cleaning and Disinfecting Guide to Help Prevent the Spread of COVID-19
- November 2019 - Space heaters
- October 2019 - Hazardous material spill on body
- July 2019 - Laboratory flood prevention + response