Environmental Health & Safety
Welcome to the Office of Environmental Health and Safety at Boston College.
Boston College is committed to providing a safe and healthy campus environment. Among its highest priorities are the health and safety of all faculty, staff, and students, the visiting public, and members of the neighboring community. In support of its commitment, the University has established an Office of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) within the Facilities Management Division in order to implement environmental and occupational health and safety programs and to ensure compliance with all relevant governmental laws and regulations.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have regarding our department.
N. Gail Hall, Director
Services & Resources
BC's environmental programs address both compliance with regulations and improving environmental protection performance.
Information regarding the management of regulated hazardous wastes such as chemicals, oils, paints and paint thinners, pesticides, and cleaners. Also includes information regarding the disposal of biohazard and sharps wastes, photographic wastes, gas cylinders, and recyclable wastes such as batteries and electronic equipment
Includes information regarding chemical safety, radiation safety, biosafety, and laboratory information.
Information about EHS training programs established to ensure compliance with all applicable environmental health and safety standards.
Information about fire safety programs aimed at prevention, preparedness, and compliance with local, state, and federal fire safety regulations.
Includes information regarding disposal resources for computers and batteries.
Includes indoor air quality, asbestos, and OSHA Health and Safety information and resources.
Information on controlling exposure to radiation as well as information on radiation safety training and the University's radiation safety manual.
Includes EHS manuals, training documents, and publications, as well as links to state and federal agencies.
EHS staff directory with contact information and areas of oversight and responsibility.
For all emergencies, contact BCPD at 617-552-4444.