Here at UD, we have a stormwater program along with stormwater management facilities to keep our rain water runoff as clean as possible. Rainwater runoff from campus eventually ends up in the White Clay Creek or the Christina River.
Don’t Pollute – Only rain down the storm drain!
Fall protection training at the University of Delaware.Read More
Here at UD, fire safety is constantly in the forefront of daily activities year round. Already this past August, over 200 Resident Assistants participated in a Fire Safety Night which included live fire extinguisher training.Read More
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On the behalf of the men and women of the Department of Environmental Health and Safety, I welcome you to our Home Page. Read More
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently published a helpful factsheet on working safely with nanomaterials. Read More
If you will work in confined spaces during the upcoming year, you will need to attend special Confined Space training sessions. Read More
In many places on campus you will see automatic external defibrillators, or AEDs, mounted on the walls. These units are used in the event of a cardiac arrest to try to restart the heart. The sooner an AED is used, the better the chances for the patient’s survival. Read More