NC STATE Home Page NC STATE UNIVERSITY - Environmental Health and Safety 2620 Wolf Village Way Cmpus Box 8007, Raleigh NC 27695  Phone 919.515.7915 FAX 919.515.6307 NC STATE Home Page

Mission Statement


Our mission is to provide educational, technical, advisory, and operational support to the campus community by working in cooperation with university personnel to protect the environment and promote a safe and healthy workplace.

Services Performed by EH&S

Industrial Hygiene

  • Coordination of all occupational medical surveillance programs
  • Chemical safety review/chemical exposure assessment
  • Respirator training
  • Hearing conservation
  • Fume hood assessments
  • Asbestos sampling and project review
  • Lead paint assessment and project review
  • Compressed gas safety
  • Chemical emergency response
  • Laser safety training
  • All OSHA compliance related to lab safety chemical safety, occupational health
  • (29CFR1910 adopted by North Carolina)
  • Support CVM, COE, PAMS, Textiles, Hazardous Materials Safety Committees

Environmental Affairs

  • Radioactive and chemical waste management
  • Stormwater program management
  • Environmental permitting for air emissions, water discharges, water treatment systems, sanitary waste systems
  • Coordination of EH&S emergency response. Planning and training including incident command, chemical, biological, radioactive incident response
  • Environmental assessments required by the NC Environmental Policy Act
  • Implementation of programs mandated by state and federal environmental regulations (Underground storage tanks, PCB’s, spill prevention plans for oil storage facilities, etc.)

Health and Safety

  • Safety training for all new employees
  • Ergonomic assessments
  • Indoor air quality studies
  • Material Safety Data Sheets
  • Biosafety program implementation
  • OSHA mandated record keeping (OSHA 300 Logs of all reportable accidents, injuries, and near misses)
  • Biosafety cabinet inspection supervision
  • Supervision of registration of biological agents
  • Support Biosafety Committee
  • Coordination of Workers’ Compensation Claims review with Human Resources

Radiation Safety

  • Implementation of the University radiation safety program
  • Support the Reactor Safety Advisory Committee
  • Conduct laboratory radiation safety surveillance
  • Dosimetry

Fire Protection

  • Building Inspections
  • Special dormitory fire inspection
  • Conduct fire drills
  • Establish and review building emergency evacuation plans
  • First responders to medical surveillance
  • First responders to fire alarms