The work reported in this document was funded by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under Contract No. EP-C-10-043 to Environmental Health & Engineering, Inc.
The UW requires a Fall Protection Work Plan when working at heights greater than 10 feet. It must be posted at the worksite for the duration of work activities.
The 2018 update to the University’s Biohazardous Waste Management Plan is now posted online.
Summary of changes:
Clarification on treatment procedures for extracted human teeth. Extracted teeth (...
This ladder safety focus sheet was created for the UW’s Fall Protection Program.
This guide contains instructions for a list of specific shop-related wastes as well as general guidance for spills and disposal.
This guide was written for shops operated by UW Facilities. Other...
If you suspect a space meets the definition of a permit-required confined space, but you do not have a permit to enter, do not enter the space. Complete the Confined Space Evaluation form (below)...
In some cases, permit-required confined spaces can be reclassified as non-permit spaces. Download the guidance document below and follow the instructions to temporarily reclassify a permit required...
Personal fall protection systemwww.lni.wa.gov
Whether you are accessing lighting for a theatre production or on a roof to make repairs or just walking across campus you must be protected from fall...
Storage & Seismic Safety
Emergency Wash Equipment..
EH&S has new and updated tools for UW units to help protect staff engaging in high risk activities:
Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) Procedure
Confined Space Evaluation
Fall Protection Work Plan