This website is designed to help faculty and staff in the Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology effectively fulfill their responsibility to protect the health and safety of employees and students, and to contribute to a culture of safety in the college. The college has developed a comprehensive plan to help create a safe and healthy work environment. As part of that plan, a number of resources have been developed to help faculty and staff in this important endeavor. Many of these resources are found on this website as described below. In addition, the College Health & Safety Officer is available to provide help and support as needed (801-422-6589).
College Health & Safety Documents - This link allows individuals to access the College Chemical Hygiene Plan (CHP), a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) template and example, Hazard Checklist, Risk Matrix, College Electrical Safety Program, Emergency Action Plan (EAP), and Crane Safety Program documents. These documents provide instruction and/or establish standard health & safety practices within the college. If you have questions regarding any of these documents please contact the College Health & Safety Officer.
Unwanted Lab Materials - Please contact 801-422-6382 if you have any questions regarding the disposal of Unwanted Laboratory Materials.
Online Basic Safety Training - All BYU employees must complete all requisite safety training. If you do not know what safety training must be completed please reach out to the college Occupational Health and Safety Specialist (801-422-6589) or Risk Management (801-422-4468). The work being performed will need to be evaluated to identify what training is necessary. There is a library of safety training courses available on BYU’s website. To access this library of training simply log into your My BYU account and access the “Employee Training Portal” found under the “Employment” section.
College Occupational Health and Safety Specialist - The college Occupational Health and Safety Specialist is here to help you. Do not hesitate to contact the Occupational Health and Safety Specialist if you have any questions or concerns related to health and safety. The Occupational Health and Safety Specialist can help individuals identify what safety training is needed, identify workplace hazards, help individuals know how they can satisfy OSHA requirements while providing suggestions for controlling workplace hazards.