Packages may not arrive in the condition in which they were sent, and the receiver and colleagues can be unknowingly exposed to unnecessary dangers.
Receiving hazardous materials Hundreds of packages are shipped to and from campus daily. A small but important subset of these goods have been identified as posing an elevated or significant risk to public health, property and the environment while in transit. Numerous federal regulations exists to ensure the safe transportation of these Dangerous Goods (DG). […]
THANK YOU: EMPLOYEE APPRECIATION DAY The Department of Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety would like to thank all the employees who visited our booth on Employee Appreciation Day. As well as congratulate all of our raffle winners. We hope everyone had a wonderful time as well and learned about the training courses and services […]
SHIPPING AND RECEIVING DANGEROUS GOODS AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS