New Survey Meter Drop-off and Pick-up Location
Drop‐off and Pick‐up meters at the EHS Chemical Recycling Building office at 1710 East Campus Loop, Columbia, MO 65211. EHS accepts meters for drop off between the hours of 9:00 AM‐ 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM‐4:00 PM. Please ensure that the Instrument Calibration and Repair Form is filled out prior to meter drop off. You can find the form at our website ehs.missouri.edu under the "forms" tab. If you need a loaner meter while yours is out for calibration, one can be borrowed at the time of drop off. Bring any accompanying check sources that may not be attached to the instrument as well as any extra meter probes that need to be calibrated with the meter body.
Updated September 14, 2020
New Biosafety Cabinet Certification Vendor
Effective August 1, 2020, per a competitive bid process overseen by UM Procurement, the University of Missouri's contracted and approved vendor for providing Biosafety Cabinet(BSC) certifications/repairs is ACE Laboratory Systems. All new scheduling appointments must be made through ACE.
Samantha Dunn is the Point of Contact for scheduling this service. Her contact information is as follows:
ACE Laboratory Systems, Inc
Updated August 15, 2020
Laboratory Health & Safety Reporting Tool
Environmental Health & Safety, working with the Research Subcommittee of the Show Me Renewal Team and the Office of Research and Economic Development, have developed a simple one-page interface for lab personnel to report behavior concerns such as lack of PPE, social distancing, and proper lab safety practices as well as physical concerns such as lack of an eyewash or sufficient electrical outlets. While not required, researchers and lab members may provide their name and contact information to help facilitate a more robust response to the concerns raised. To access this tool directly, please visit the Health & Safety Concerns questionnaire.
Updated July 21, 2020
Most EHS Services Fully Restored
While EHS continues to allow some employees to work from home for a portion of their work week, EHS on-campus services have largely returned. 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 pre-COVID-19 level of service. We appreciate your understanding during these unusual times.
Services with modified procedures
Chemical Redistribution Program: In an effort to continue to provide cost effective solutions to campus in regards to chemical and equipment purchases, the CRB is open from 8 am-Noon and 1-5 pm Monday - Friday with modified measures to ensure social distancing while you shop. We are also offering a new option of curbside pickup as well. To place your curbside pickup order please complete the following Chemical Order Form and email the completed form to email@example.com. Please visit the Chemical Redistribution Program to learn more about the program and to search our free chemical inventory.
Updated July 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.
Updated July 6, 2020
Self Directed Phone Assistance Now Live at EHS
When 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...
- For questions about unwanted materials or collection of such or to reach the chemical/equipment redistribution program
- For assistance with shipping hazardous materials (chem, rad, bio) both on campus and offsite
- For other lab safety questions (general, chem, rad, bio)
- For safety questions not related to laboratories
- For environmental questions including indoor air, asbestos, lead, air/water pollution and industrial hygiene
- For assistance with EHSA - the Environmental Health and Safety Assistant Online Web Portal
Updated June 1, 2020