Chemical Health & Safety News
Parking: Only UConn permits with Area 2 access can park in our immediate vicinity (Area 1, Area 2 and Garage permits). Other permits and guests - See more...
KFS and EHS: What you need to know. Commodity Codes in KFS automatically route requisitions to EHS for approval as applicable. See more.....
Experimenting with Danger
Experimenting with Danger from the US Chemical Safety Board.
Creating Art Safely
Useful safety information for art studio personnel:
Brochure--Safety Guide for Art Studios
Laboratory Safety & Chemical Waste Management TrainingIntended Audience: New faculty and staff, new graduate students, new research assistants, visiting professors and researchers as well as all other laboratory personnel who have not received training at UConn. This training is required for compliance under OSHA and EPA regulations for people working with chemicals. Annual retraining is required for faculty, staff, graduate students, research assistants and researchers that have attended the initial training. Please register online.
Chemical Health & Safety Contacts
|Chemical Inventory Program
|Chemical Spill (consultation only)
Dial 911 for emergencies
|Controlled Substances/Drug Registrations||Shanelle DeVeaux||486-2691|
|Formaldehyde Vapor Monitoring
|Fume Hood Safety||Brent Lewchik
|Hazardous Waste||Denis Shannon
|Laboratory Closure||Denis Shannon||486-3115|
|Laboratory Design Review||Brent Lewchik||486-4927|
|Laboratory Inspections||Brent Lewchik||486-4927|
|Laboratory Safety, Chemical||
|Mercury Exchange Program||Denis Shannon||486-3115|
|Mercury Vapor Monitoring
|Non-Radioactive Waste Collection
(chemical and biological)
|Research Protocol Review||Brent Lewchik||486-4927|
|Training, Chemical||Brent Lewchik||486-4927|
|Universal/Electronic Wastes||Denis Shannon||486-3115|