Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) is a non-academic service department dedicated to promoting and supporting the university's efforts to protect human health, safety and the environment.
EH&S, with the administration, faculty, staff, and students, develops and implements WSU's safety policies and procedures to establish and maintain a safe and healthy university community. EH&S provides consultation and services in the areas of public health, air and water quality, worker health and safety, biohazards, and chemical waste disposal and cleanup.
- Chemical Collection Request (CCR)
- DHS Chemical Inventory Program
- SPCC Training
- Bloodborne Pathogen Online Training Program
- Incident Report Form