Environmental Health & Safety

Safety Specialist

The Safety Specialist is a "jack-of-all safety trades." General knowledge in fire prevention, laboratory safety, asbestos, infection control, ergonomics, hazardous chemical safety, indoor air quality, radiation safety and accident, illness and injury reduction is applied to help develop and disseminate a safety culture throughout the College.

 

 

 

 

 

Safety Documents

  • Waste Disposal Guidelines  
 

 

 

Safety Training

  • Hazardous Waste Refresher Training  
  • Hazardous Refresher Quiz  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What Can the Safety Specialist Do For You?

 

 Indoor Air Quality  

 

 Fire Safety
  • Fire Drills
  • Fire Safety Training
  • General Fire Safety Information
  • FDNY C14 Information
  •  For more information on Fire Safety contact Einstein's Fire Safety Officer  
 

 

 Laboratory Safety
  • Laboratory Safety Inspections
  • Laboratory Safety Training
  • Coordinate Hazardous Waste Program
  • Coordinate Infectious Waste Program
 

 

 Ergonomics (The science of fitting machines to fit the needs of the user)
  • Evaluating computer workstations
  • Evaluating job duties, such as lifting, to help minimize injuries
  • Assisting in ergonomics training
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Asbestos
  • Determine if a material is asbestos through bulk sampling
  • Supervise asbestos removal
  • Perform air sampling
  • Asbestos awareness training
  • Answer general questions about asbestos/abatements
  • Coordinate the Respiratory Protection Program
 

 

 Accident, Illness and Injury Reduction
  • Perform accident investigations
  • Assist in evaluating accidents/injuries to prevent future incidents
  • Change known problem areas to reduce/prevent injuries
  • Develop safety culture throughout University
 

 

 Chemical Safety
  • Hazard determination
  • Hazardous waste disposal
  • Training of employees
  • Coordinate the Respiratory Protection Program
  • Recommendation of Personal Protective Equipment
 

 

 

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