CEHS personnel are in the office from 8:30-4:00 daily. The doors remain locked. To gain entry, please call 453-7180. If personnel are out on campus, a cell number will be left on the front door.
- Campus waste pickups are conducted on the normal schedule-submit the usual pickup request forms
- Chemical and Biological Lab Safety and Bloodborne Pathogens training are now online on My Courses. Please contact Tatiana Sherrill (firstname.lastname@example.org), provide your Dawg Tag, department, and contact phone number and email and you will receive a link on MyCourses.
- Submit all accident reports via e-mail to Tatiana Sherrill (email@example.com)
- Report all accidental releases to Leslie Korando (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Direct all radiological inquiries to Matt Barnstable (email@example.com)
- Other inquiries may be directed to Deb Sarvela (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the appropriate staff member listed on this website.
2020 Holiday Break - Due to the holiday break, there will be no chemical or biological waste pick ups between Wednesday, December 23 & January 1, 2021. Pickups will resume the week of January 4. We wish everyone a happy holiday season & wonderful new year!
Please check back here for further updates!
Stay up to date on all campus business process changes by visiting the COVID-19 Updates page on the Campus Business Procedures website.
The Center for Environmental Health and Safety (CEHS) was formed to coordinate all activities associated with the environmental regulatory compliance for Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
The Center is comprised of four sections:
- Environmental Compliance
- Laboratory and Hazardous Waste
- Occupational Health and Safety
- Radiation Safety
Together, these sections work on monitoring Federal and State laws, determining their effects on the University, and advising proper action. CEHS reports to the Executive Director of Finance.
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