Harvard University has learned through recent press coverage that a private pharmaceutical testing company has detected benzene in some brands of hand sanitizer.
The results from EH&S 2018 customer service feedback survey are in.
We are pleased to present the EH&S FY18 Annual Report.
Conducting a monthly "safety walk" of your building is an effective way to identify potential issues and prevent safety-related problems.
We are pleased to present the EH&S FY17 Annual Report.
In accordance with the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program’s (CLPPP) recent regulatory updates, EH&S is pleased to present nine new lead paint fact sheets.
In collaboration with building managers, the Operations Center, and University Disability Services, EH&S presents this new planning guideline and protocol for students/occupants needing evacuation assistance.
EH&S brings event planners safety and compliance information needed to ensure a successful event.
Results from Environmental Health and Safety's 2016 Customer Service Feedback Survey are in.
We are pleased to present the EH&S FY16 Annual Report.
This new fact sheet provides guidance for schools/departments in the planning, execution, and follow-up for regulatory agency inspections.
The Harvard Training Portal will enable you to access and track all of your Harvard professional learning in one single place.
Review of a recent incident in a laboratory involving hazardous chemical reaction.
On February 16, 2016, key leadership from Harvard and the Cambridge Police Department participated in an emergency "tabletop" exercise to review and practice the University’s emergency plans and procedures.
Downloadable posters intended to remind students and staff about simple steps they can take to reduce the spread of illness on campus.
We are pleased to present the EH&S FY15 Annual Report.
Head lice, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), are most common among pre-school and elementary school children in the United States.
EH&S 2015 Customer Service Feedback Survey results.
Harvard EH&S is excited to announce the launch of a new training developed specifically for project managers and building or facility managers that oversee capital projects at the University.
Some mosquitoes trapped throughout the region have, as expected, recently tested positive for West Nile Virus (WNV).