Environmental Health & Safety
The mission of the Department of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) is to develop and implement environmental and occupational health and safety programs to support the university’s teaching, research, and service to the community. The EHS responsibilities are distributed among five areas: Environmental Protection, Laboratory Safety, Occupational Safety, Public Health, and Radiation/Laser Safety.
Announcements & Events
University Chemical Hygiene Plan Training
In an effort to reduce the training burden on University employees and students Texas Tech University Environmental Health & Safety has combined the Chemical Hygiene Plan training into the ‘Safety Awareness’ training beginning March 10th. The ‘Safety Awareness’ training was developed to provide a general awareness training of occupational and environmental safety resources and programs at Texas Tech. This training should be taken annually to refresh employee’s knowledge of everything from fire safety to the environmental concerns of car washes on campus. If you have questions or concerns over this new training arrangement, please contact Texas Tech University Environmental Health & Safety at 742-3876 or at email@example.com.
Waste Pick-up Notice:
Biological waste will be collected on Thursday, March 17, 2016 and NOT Friday. Please have all requisite paperwork ready for pickup and all containers ready for transport including all red waste bags tied off and closed.
Radiation in-class training - Feb - Dec, first Wednesday of every month.