Art Safety Committee
The Art Safety Committee (ASC) is responsible for reviewing and approving protocols for research and educational workshop classes in the humanities program. The main responsibility of ASC is to safeguard protection of personnel, the general public, and the environment through a series of policies, procedures, training programs for the safe use potential health hazards and toxins in a workshop setting. Members of ASC are required to uphold and improve the Art Safety Plan (ASP) guidelines as well as comply with all applicable federal, state, local, campus safety and health regulations. ASC committee members also hold periodic reviews to address departmental safety concerns, modifications, regulatory deficiencies, incidents, and recommend corrective action.
Chemical Hygiene Committee
Other Committees that EHS is a part of:
Radiation Safety Committee
The Radiation Safety Committee (RSC) is responsible for reviewing and approving protocols for research and education using radioactive materials. The RSC also has the responsibility to establish policy and standards of practice for current and new modalities of use of radioactive materials and radiation-producing equipment. Members of the RSC have the authority to review radiation safety issues, violations, incidents, and recommend corrective actions. In addition, review the Radiation Safety Program (RSP) to determine that all activities being conducted are done in accordance with radiation safety policy, license conditions, and regulatory requirements. For more information please click Radiation Safety Committee
The Biosafety Committee (IBC) is responsible for reviewing and approving protocols for research and education recombinant or synthetic nucleic acid molecules and other biohazardous materials. IBC’s primary responsibility is to safeguard protection of personnel, the general public, and the environment through a series of policies, procedures, training programs for the safe use of biological agents and/or biological material and toxins. Members of IBC perform periodic reviews to address modifications, violations, incidents, and recommend corrective action in accordance to National Institute of Health (NIH) guidelines. For more information please click BioSafety Committee.