The Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU) Task Force on Laboratory Safety has released its Guide to Implementing a Safety Culture in Our Universities to provide a roadmap for university-wide efforts to renew and strengthen a culture of research safety. The report identifies twenty recommendations for universities to strengthen and support a culture of safety. The Task Force...
On Wednesday March 16th, the American Chemical Society held its 251st annual national conference in San Diego, CA. RCC’s Philip Collins and Andy Glode from UNH Environmental Health and Safety had the opportunity to present “Lessons Learned in Conducting a Chemical Inventory” using UNHCEMS®.
The UNH Chemical Environmental Management System (UNHCEMS®) is software designed to assist in the...
The next Radiation Safety Committee meeting is scheduled for Friday March 25, 2016, from 2:00pm to 3:00pm in Rudman Hall G04. The Committee webpage can be viewed here.
Please contact Michele Arista, UNH Radiation Safety Officer at 603-862-3607 or email@example.com in Environmental Health and Safety with any questions.
Any person exposed to cold environments may be at risk for cold stress related illnesses and injuries. UNH students, faculty, and staff should be aware of the signs and symptoms of cold stress as well as the methods to prevent cold stress and other winter hazards.
Factors That Contribute to Cold Stress
When most people think of cold stress they think of frigid temperatures or blizzard like...