Environmental Health and Safety
From disposing unwanted chemicals to staying safe on campus, the Department of Environmental Health and Safety takes every precaution to keep K-State secure. We serve the K-State community through environmental monitoring, tracking and reporting, hazard analysis, safety training, incident investigation, emergency response and much more.
Attention PI's and laboratory personnel,
EHS is disposing of high-hazard chemicals mid-August. Search your labs for sodium azide that is lumpy or >1yr old. Consult the attached Peroxide Formers list for other high-hazard chemicals > 1 hr old. Turn these in to EHS by August 8, 2016.
When a tornado strikes, do you know what to do to be prepared? View the Emergency Guide.
Review our FAQs for questions on recyclable items and how environmental health and safety can assist in picking up materials.
This program is an online tool to assist K-State personnel in managing their hazardous chemical, radiological, biological and medical waste. Please refer to the EH&S Assistant Instructions (PDF) prior to using the program.