Environmental Health and Safety is responsible for:
- Health, safety, and environmental program development, measurement and management
- Training, promotion, inspections and consultation. Liaison with community resources.
- Accident/Incident statistical measurement; investigation of high risk incidents and serious accidents
- Administration of the University's radiation control program including licensing, purchasing, inspection and monitoring functions.
- Administration of the University's biohazard control program including certification, inspection and monitoring functions.
- Administration of the WHMIS/disposal services.
- Hazardous material control.
Memorial University water quality update
Health and safety officials at Memorial University are lifting the drinking water restrictions that were implemented on the St. John’s campus this summer.
Restrictions have now been lifted on Biotechnology, the Queen Elizabeth ll Library, Computing Services and Chemistry-Physics.
For more information and too view our latest water sample chart, visit http://www.mun.ca/health_safety/Waterqualityupdate.php.