FAST Mission Statement : The Facilities and Safety Team is comprised of highly-engaged professionals who provide customer-focused Facilities and Safety services to assure that CSU is successful at acheiving its academic, financial and community goals.
The Office of Environmental Health and Safety (OEHS) at Cleveland State University is responsible for facilitating University compliance with federal, state and local legislation pertaining to environmental health and occupational safety on campus. EHS is also responsible for emergency preparedness, fire safety and prevention, and insurance services for the University. EHS is a part of the Department of Facilities and Safety along with the Offices of Access Control and Security Systems and Public Safety (Campus Police). EHS collaborates with Facilities Management and the Office of the University Architect to ensure maintenance, renovation and construction projects and activities are performed in a safe and compliant manner. EHS also works in close cooperation with all safety and security personnel and the University Administration to develop policies and procedures to promote a safe and healthy workplace while encouraging proactive stewardship on behalf of our environment.
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Cleveland State University Environmental Health & Safety web site may contain information that is created and maintained by a variety of sources both internal and external to the University. These external sites may include un moderated forums containing the personal opinions and other expressions of the persons who post the entries. Cleveland State University does not control, monitor or guarantee the information contained in these sites or information contained in links to other external web sites, and does not endorse any views expressed or products or services offered therein. In no event shall Cleveland State University be responsible or liable, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with the use of or reliance on any such content, goods, or services available on or through any such site or resource.
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Health related topics found on CSU Environmental Health & Safety web site, should not be used for diagnostic purposes or be substituted for medical advice. Always consult your professional healthcare providers before beginning any new treatment. It is your responsibility to research the accuracy, completeness, and usefulness of all opinions, services, and other information found on the site, and to consult with your professional health care provider as to whether the information can benefit you.
Cleveland State University assumes no responsibility or liability for any consequence resulting directly or indirectly from any action or inaction you take based on or made in reliance on the information, services, or material on or linked to this site.
Since medical developments occur daily, this site may contain outdated material. While the CSU Office of Environmental Health & Safety makes every reasonable effort to present current and accurate information, no guarantee of any kind is made. Cleveland State University is not liable for any damage or loss related to the accuracy, completeness or timeliness of any information contained on this site.
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New Employee Safety Orientation
The Office of Environmental Health and Safety provides New Employee Safety Orientation sessions for new hires in conjunction with the Department of Human Resources and Labor Relations. The sessions are mandatory for all new employees, including student employees, and are designed to familiarize employees with established safety and health programs and emergency procedures. All University employees hired after January 1, 2006, are required to attend one of these sessions. If you are a new employee and have not been scheduled for this orientation, contact Human Resources at 216.687.3839.