This focus sheet contains Environmental Health & Safety's sit-stand workstation policy for adjustable height desks as it applies to UW employees.
UW employees who service, repair or maintain equipment, machinery or systems should control hazardous energy with lockout/tagout (LOTO) practices and procedures.
Many labs and shops use at least one type of heating device, such as ovens, hot plates, heating mantles and tapes, and oil baths. Heating materials, especially chemicals, present a number of fire...
The information in this focus sheet is intended to help you reduce your risk of exposure to rabies at the University of Washington.
One concern of employees who regularly receive some radiation exposure during their work is the safety of childbearing and the effects of radiation dose to their unborn child.
These guidelines apply to temporary food service establishments permitted by the UW Environmental Health & Safety Department (EH&S) to operate on University owned or leased property.
A variety of office products may contain small amounts of hazardous chemicals, however, exposure is not expected to produce adverse health effects under normal conditions of use. Employees who work...