Welcome to the UMBC Office of Environmental Safety & Health (ESH) website. ESH furnishes many services that provide the tools for a healthy and safe environment for the University Community. ESH serves the University Community by providing technical support, informational training, consultation, and periodic audits of environmental health and safety practices as well as regulatory compliance.
It is the goal of ESH to be a highly-valued partner with all UMBC faculty, staff, and students in order to facilitate completion of their work in a safe and compliant manner. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact ESH at (410) 455-2918 or email@example.com
In Case of Emergencies
Radiation Safety: (410) 706-7055
Campus Police: (410) 455-5555
Police/Fire Emergency: 911
Reporting A Safety Concern or Near-miss
Please report all safety concerns and near-miss incidents to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. Be sure to provide an adequate description as well as include any supporting documentation such as pictures or reports if feasible. This email is continuously monitored and if additional information is required a team member will contact you.
Safety concern – A consideration that encompasses all factors that impact the safety, health, and well-being of any UMBC community member.
Near-miss Incident – A potential hazard or incident in which no property was damaged and no personal injury was sustained, but where, given a slight shift in time or position, damage or injury easily could have occurred. Near misses also may be referred to as close calls, near accidents, or injury-free events. For the sake of a safe work environment, UMBC ESH asks that all community members report any of these potential hazards immediately.
Popular Forms and Handouts
- AED Request Form
- AED Training Request
- Apply for a Door Sign
- Assurance of Use of Hazardous Procedures Form
- Ergonomic Survey Request Form
- Hazardous Materials Reviewal Form
- Hepatitis B Declination Form
- Hot Works Permit
- Lab Animal Risk Assessment Form
- Laboratory Incident Report Form
- Medical Waste Removal
- SOP Template
- Waste Removal Request Form
- General Safety Rules for UMBC Employees
- Steps to Take Following a Work Related Injury or Illness
- The Basic Guide For Working Safely With Animals
Work-Related Injury or Illness