The charge of the Chemical Safety Committee (CSC) is to assure the safe acquisition, use and disposal of all hazardous chemicals at the University of New Hampshire (UNH). It is the responsibility of the Committee to establish appropriate health and safety policies in accordance with federal regulations and guidelines that cover chemical safety and evaluate research being conducted at UNH for chemical safety considerations.
UNH Chemical Safety Award
The Chemical Safety Committee and the Office of Environmental Health and Safety created the UNH Chemical Safety Award to recognize exemplary achievements in chemical safety by UNH students. Click here for more information on the Chemical Safety Award. The Chemical Safety Award Nomination Form is available here.
The 2021 Chemical Safety Award has been granted to two chemical engineering students — Ph.D. candidate Zahra Panahi and Seth Drahusz ’22 — have won this year’s UNH Chemical Safety Award. The award recognizes a graduate student and undergraduate student who have made outstanding contributions to chemical safety at UNH in the past academic year. These contributions help promote a culture of safety within the UNH research and teaching community. Award recipients will receive an award plaque and a $1000 gift made possible by Measured Air Performance.
|Full Committee Members||Department|
|Andy Glode||Environmental Health & Safety|
|Cheryl Whistler (Chair)||Molecular, Cellular and Biomedical Sciences|
|Jesse Ambrose||College of Engineering and Physical Sciences|
|Linqing Li||Chemical Engineering|
|Paula Mouser||Civil and Environmental Engineering|
|Ron O'Keefe||UNH Police Department|
|Samantha Reynolds||UNH at Manchester Chemistry|
|Shelby Halley||NH Veterinary Diagnostics Laboratory|
|Wendy Rose||Natural Resources and the Environment|
|Ex Officio Voting Members|
|Bradford Manning||Environmental Health & Safety|
|Ex Officio Non-Voting Members|
|Karen Jensen||Sponsored Programs Administration|
|Marty McCrone||Environmental Health & Safety|
The Knowledge Base contains forms, instruction and training material, minutes, policies, tools and other resources to support your research efforts by topic area.
CSC meeting agendas and minutes for prior years can be obtained by calling the Office of Environmental Health & Safety at (603) 862-4041.
Andy Glode, Laboratory Safety Officer
Phone: (603) 862-5038