Fire Code Hazardous Materials (HazMat) Compliance
EH&S provides information, resources and tools to meet the requirements of the International Fire Code for proper storage, use and disposal of hazardous materials. Hazardous materials generally refers to chemicals, compressed gases, and cryogenic fluids that present physical and health hazards.
Building Evacuation Exemption Request Form
The purpose of the Building Evacuation Exemption Request Form (Word) is to reduce the possibility of compromising a patient or animal’s health by stopping or delaying completion of a surgical or other significant medical procedure during a building evacuation. You must submit the request form prior to the procedure.
Refer to the Building Evacuation Exemption Focus Sheet for information on completing this form.
Fire Drill Report Form
The Fire Drill Report Form (Word) is completed by the Evacuation Director after a scheduled evacuation drill occurs.
Building Evacuations and Fire Drills
Fire drills help building occupants prepare to respond to a variety of building emergencies. Fire codes require regularly scheduled drills in most large buildings at least annually.
EH&S is responsible for scheduling fire drills for the UW Seattle campus and major research stations, and we can assist at other locations. Drills help building occupants prepare to respond to a variety of building emergencies. Fire codes require regularly scheduled drills in most large buildings at least annually.
Facilities Project Support Staff
EH&S performs plan reviews for facilities projects and provides consultation to ensure facilities are designed and constructed per established safety and environmental criteria.
View the list of EH&S facilities projects support staff and their contact information and area(s) of expertise.