Environmental Health and Safety

Programs and Forms

Program Descriptions and Forms

Below is a summary of the health, safety and training programs managed by the department of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) as well as a directory of relevant forms. For assistance, please contact our office at 530-898-5126.

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AED LOCATION MAP AND PROGRAM INFORMATION

APPLIANCES AND EQUIPMENT CONTAINING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

Before moving or submitting a Moving Request to have your surplus equipment taken away, it is important for the equipment to be assessed and made safe to transport to the Surplus department. 

ASBESTOS/LEAD PROGRAM

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BACK SAFETY - LIFTING TECHNIQUES

BIOLOGICAL MEDICAL WASTE PLAN 

BLOODBORNE PATHOGEN MANUAL

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CAMPUS HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMITTEE

The purpose of the Campus Health and Safety Committee is to act as an advisory body to Cabinet on matters of health and safety and to increase health and safety awareness among all members of the CSU, Chico campus community ( EM 07-019). 

CHEMICAL HYGIENE PLAN  

CHEMICAL HYGIENE COMMITTEE

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DEFENSIVE DRIVER TRAINING

DRINKING WATER QUALITY

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ELECTRICAL SAFE WORK PRACTICES

ELECTRONIC WASTE PROGRAM  

EMERGENCY RESPONSE  

To learn more about what to do in an emergency situation and what steps you should take to be prepared, please visit the Emergency Preparedness website.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS  

Our department oversees many environmental programs on Campus at CSU, Chico including the following.

  • Air Quality Permitting
  • Air Toxics
  • Disaster Preparedness
  • Emergency Management Response
  • Underground Storage Tanks
  • Water Quality

ERGONOMICS

Ergonomics is defined as the application of human biological sciences with the engineering sciences to achieve optimum mutual adjustment of people and their work, the benefits measured in terms of human efficiency and well-being. The Department of Environmental Health and Safety can assist in correcting many of the ergonomic problems faced in your immediate job environment. Most of the problems that result in repetitive injuries can be solved with simple, yet effective solutions. If you are experiencing discomfort and feel that it is a result of current work station design, please feel free to contact our department for assistance. Take a few minutes to review the following information on workstation ergonomics and some key points to look for and apply the principles mentioned.  To schedule an ergonomics review for your area please contact EHS at 898-5126.

EVACUATIONS  

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FIRE SAFETY AND FIRE PREVENTION GUIDES 

FOOD SAFETY PROGRAM AND VENDING GUIDELINES

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GENERAL SAFETY PROGRAMS FORMS AND INFORMATION   

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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AND WASTE PROGRAMS  

HEARING CONSERVATION PROGRAM

HEAT ILLNESS PREVENTION

HOT WORK PERMIT - FIRE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

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INJURY ILLNESS PREVENTION PROGRAM

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JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS PROGRAM

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LOCKOUT TAGOUT-THE CONTROL OF HAZARDOUS ENERGY

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RADIATION SAFETY PROGRAM  

EHS is responsible for the following radiation safety programs; Authorized Uses of Radioactive Materials, Radiation Safety, Radiation Safety Committee, and Radioactive Waste.

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM

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SAFETY DATA SHEETS (SDS) ONLINE

SELF-INSPECTION FORMS/SAFETY SURVEYS

SPILL PREVENTION, CONTROL AND COUNTERMEASURES PLAN (SPCC)

California State University, Chico is an institution of higher learning. Operations at the facility include classroom education, teaching and research laboratories, administrative functions, maintenance, and landscaping. The purpose of the SPCC is to outline procedures to prevent the discharge of oil and oil products, especially to surface water. For additional information regarding the SPCC, please contact the Department of Environmental Health and Safety at (530) 898-5126.

STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

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TENTS AND CANOPIES - FIRE CODE REQUIREMENTS

TRAINING PROGRAMS

CSU Learn is the primary source for employee training, including worker safety training required by CalOSHA. While the majority of safety training is available through CSU Learn, EHS can provide or arrange for instructor led training. For additional information, please contact EHS at 530-898-5126.

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UNIVERSAL WASTE PROGRAM  


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