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EHS Offices Working Remotely/Limited Services

While EHS does support essential services at the University, the department itself is not considered essential. As of March 20, all EHS staff are working remotely during normal business hours. The EHS phone tree continues to function as normal. After hours, the same procedures are in place, you can leave a message or if you have an immediate emergency need, EHS can be called back onto campus by contacting the MU Police Department at 882-7201.

While our response time to routine needs may be delayed beyond our normal turnaround time, we will make every effort to support campus to a comparable level of service. We appreciate your understanding during these unusual times.

Updated March 20, 2020

 

COVID-19 Contact Information

The following is presented as information only. EHS is not the lead agency for response to COVID-19. Follow the links below for up-to-date information on COVID-19 (formerly Novel Coronavirus), including who to contact for more information.

MU Alert

Student Health & Well Being

MU Health Care

Updated March 11, 2020

 

Handwashing-What You Need to Know

EHS has updated the embedded video on this page to display CDC's "What You Need to Know About Handwashing." The video has no sound and is two minutes long. Scroll down to view.

Updated March 11, 2020

 

Self Directed Phone Assistance Now Live at EHS

The next time you call EHS's main number (882-7018), your call will be answered by an auto-attendant service. To assist you in making the choice you need quickly (which you can enter at any time) please see the key below. Press...

  1. For questions about unwanted materials or collection of such or to reach the chemical/equipment redistribution program
  2. For assistance with shipping hazardous materials (chem, rad, bio) both on campus and offsite
  3. For other lab safety questions (general, chem, rad, bio)
  4. For safety questions not related to laboratories
  5. For environmental questions including indoor air, asbestos, lead, air/water pollution and industrial hygiene
  6. For assistance with EHSA - the Environmental Health and Safety Assistant Online Web Portal

Updated February 14, 2019

 

Requesting Dosimetry

If you are needing to request dosimetry or have any dosimetry related questions, please fill out the Dosimetry Application and submit all forms and inquiries to rad@missouri.edu.

Updated February 5, 2019

 

EHS Assist Web Portal Is Now Live

During the last few years Environmental Health & Safety has been working with a private company on the development of an all-encompassing database management system called EHS Assist. On July 1st Environmental Health & Safety launched EHS Assist to the campus community.

EHS Assist Web Portal Login

The EHS Assist Web Portal is an interface through which users may request services from EHS and track information related to use of chemical, biological or radioactive materials. Many of the functions previously found on the EHS website or managed by paper forms will now be handled through the EHS Assist Web Portal.

In an effort to make this transition as smooth as possible Environmental Health & Safety has created several tutorials to guide you through many of the basic functions of EHS Assist. Live hands-on training classes were held in June 2018. While there are no additional classes scheduled, if you would like a hands-on class scheduled, please contact us via our email or phone number at the bottom of every page.

EHS Assist Tutorials

Updated August 1, 2018