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Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) develops and implements programs aimed at protecting the safety and well-being of the campus community. EHS helps ensure compliance with local, state and federal statutes and regulations pertaining to occupational health, safety and environmental protection.
CURRENT SAFETY TOPICS
Animal Care and Use Occupational Health & Safety Program - This program is intended to include all aspects of occupational health and safety as it relates to animal care and use. 
Hurricane Plan - The Brown University Hurricane Plan is designed to provide planning information and procedures for hurricanes.
Emergency Action Plan - The Brown University Emergency Action Plan was developed to ensure the safety of Students, Faculty, Staff and visitors in the event of a fire or other emergency.
Sharps, Medical Waste, and Glassware Disposal - EHS's new interactive website to assist researchers in making decisions regarding the disposal of sharps, medical waste and glassware. 
Policy on the Presence of Minors in Research Laboratories - Information regarding the university policy on the presence of minors in research laboratories.
Hostile Intruder(s) Emergency Response Guidance - The University has developed this guidance to assist in responding to Hostile Intruder(s) on campus.
Construction Safety - Information contained within this construction safety program provides contractors and employees with an easy reference to construction safety policy at Brown University.
Policy for Motor Vehicle Use on University Grounds - This policy was developed to provide for the safety of the campus community and to reduce the damage of grounds by managing vehicular use on the campus.