Environmental Health, Safety and Sustainability
Environmental Health, Safety and Sustainability ensures the safety of the campus, its grounds and people, while also striving towards the best sustainability practices.
Services and Resources
TrainingOnline training will resume when the Learning Management System becomes live in Fall 2018.
General Safety Training
General safety training focuses on materials relevant to University safety policies, programs, and procedures along with regulatory requirements. The training provides general knowledge pertaining to hazards and controls to minimize exposure.
Online Safety Training
Online training will resume when the Learning Management System becomes live in Fall 2018.
Current Classroom Offerings
Shipment of Biological Materials and Refrigerants
Laboratory Safety Awareness
Workers and students may be required to attend additional training based on the work they conduct and associated regulatory requirements. EHS can develop and present training tailored to a group’s needs.
Contact EHS for details.
Specific Safety Training
Workers and students must receive specific training to address the unique processes, hazards, and equipment in their work or academic area. Training should include hazards in the area, hazards of their work, emergency procedures, emergency equipment, written procedures, personal protective equipment, waste disposal. The training may include knowledge and/or skill-based assessments.
Completion of safety training must be documented to prove workers and students have received proper training. Forms available for use:
Meeting Training Attendance Roster (pdf)
New Laboratory Worker Safety Checklist (pdf)
- Acid Neutralization (pdf)
- Biohazardous Material Spill Clean Up (pdf)
- Compressed Gases (pdf)
- Ethidium Bromide (pdf)
Boise State’s Environmental Health, Safety and Sustainability Department distributes an Occupational Safety Bulletin. A list of archives is included below:
1129 Euclid Ave.
Boise, ID 83725-1280