Mentoring Young Science Fair Participants

April 25, 2022

Are you mentoring young Science Fair participants? If you plan to bring minors (under age 18) into your laboratory there are a few steps that need to be completed prior to their arrival. Please review the new document that outlines all the relevant EHS and CU Boulder guidelines and policies...

Green Tip: Battery Collection Sites at CU

Aug. 25, 2021

Environment Health & Safety is not only committed to keeping our campus safe but also protecting our environment from hazardous pollutants. Batteries can become incredibly harmful when improperly disposed of. There are several locations across campus though to safely send those to our team, ensuring they do not end up...

Holly Mayer-Gates smiling in her office

Gates-Mayer Named President-Elect of FRaBSA

July 25, 2021

Holly Gates-Mayer, biosafety officer for Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S), is the new president-elect of the Front Range chapter of ABSA, a trade association dedicated to promoting biosafety and serving the needs of biosafety professionals. FRaBSA is a recognized affiliate of the overarching American Biological Safety Association International ( ABSA...

Rachel Eastman smiling in snow storm

Eastman Attains ASP Certification

June 25, 2021

Environmental Health & Safety's Rachel Eastman recently received her Associate Safety Professional (ASP) certification. This is the first step in the two-step process to becoming a Certified Safety Professional. To gain the ASP certification she had to meet eligibility and experience criteria in safety, health, and environmental disciplines as well...

Margaret Ashton

Ashton’s Radiation Expertise Benefiting Entire State of Colorado

April 25, 2021

CU Radiation Safety Officer, Margaret Ashton, is currently serving the second year of a four-year term on the Colorado Radiation Advisory Committee (RAC). The RAC is a state level committee created by legislative statute, charged with advising the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) on matters related to...

EH&S Availability During COVID-19 Mitigation

March 17, 2020

While EH&S continues to work to support research needs on campus, we will be decreasing operations to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus. As of Wednesday, March 18, 2020, most EH&S personnel will transition to remote work. During this time, please contact the CU Police Department (call 9-1-1 from...

EH&S Member Adam Stroup is Famous!

Feb. 3, 2020

Resident industrial hygienist (IH) and member of the University of Colorado Boulders EH&S team, Adam lives a very active life outside of work. Not only is he an avid outdoor enthusiast who likes to rock climb and ski, but he also likes to spend his free time being featured in...

Robert An

EH&S Starts Pilot Inventory Project at SEEC/SEEL

July 22, 2016

EH&S’s new plan is to take inventory responsibilities off the hands of laboratory personnel and minimize the amount of overall work required to maintain an inventory through the use of students and barcodes. This workflow is for the SEEC/SEEL building only and may be temporary without the support/participation of everyone...

Moving boxes in a lab

EH&S Helps Labs Move to SEEC

Dec. 1, 2015

Is your lab moving to the Sustainability, Energy and Environment Complex (SEEC) or to the Wilderness Building? For any questions please do not hesitate to contact EHS at 303-492-6025.