Environmental Health and Safety
The Office of Environmental Health and Safety, a division of the SUNY System Administration Office of Capital Facilities, maintains a comprehensive website with information, resources, and links to help with EH&S compliance issues.
Contact: Barbara A. Boyle, CIH, CSP, LEED-AP; Director, Environmental Health & Safety, Email, 518-320-1879
SUNY Policies and Procedures
SUNY Reporting Accidents Procedure, Document Number 6607
This procedure assures the correct, adequate, and prompt reporting of all accidents, injuries, fatalities and fires that occur at a State University of New York (University) campus and that all necessary offices and agencies receive notification of each injury and fire.
Lab Safety Resources
Webinar: Labs and Liabilities (Jarvis, 6/14/12) Chemical Safety Board - Case Study: Texas Tech Univ Lab Explosion University of California Center for Laboratory Safety American Chemical Society - DRAFT Report of the Safety Culture Task Force National Research Council Chemical Laboratory Safety and Security: A Guide to Prudent Chemical ManagementNRC Chemical Laboratory Safety and Security - ExecutiveNRC Chemical Laboratory Safety and Security - Quick GuideNRC Instructor Guide Chemical Lab Safety and SecurityPre-Planning Reference CardSigns Prudent Practices in the Laboratory (National Research Council)
Occupational Safety Resources
Records Retention in EH&S
Topics in EH&S
The information contained on the SUNY Compliance website is for general campus guidance only and is not intended, nor can be relied upon, as legal advice or the imposition on SUNY campuses of specific policies or requirements. The site is intended to be an informational-only clearinghouse for some of the laws, rules, and regulations that may impact the State University of New York’s campuses. Additionally, given the rapid, changing nature of laws, rules and regulations, there may be delays or omissions contained on this site which therefore cannot be relied upon as complete. For complete compliance information, consult your campus compliance officials or the SUNY Compliance Administrator. For legal advice, consult your lawyer.