Hurricane Post-Occurance Information


Welcome Back Faculty, Staff, and Students!
  
All laboratory personnel, upon returning to your lab spaces, please conduct a thorough assessment of your spaces. Use the following contacts for reporting any issues: 

Impacted Research: Notify Office of Research and Economic Development (ORED) - 305-348-2494 / research@fiu.edu  
​Non-Emergency and General Lab Concerns: Notify EH&S of any general lab concerns, or if upon entering your lab space, you hear, see, or smell anything outside of the normal lab environment (DO NOT ENTER if this is the case!) - 305-348-2621 / ehs@fiu.edu
Building Damage: Notify Facilities Management of any building/structure damage or water intrusion - 305-348-4600 / workmanagement@fiu.edu
FIU Emergency Management:​ https://dem.fiu.edu  
  

WELCOME!


Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) is part of your FIU team, partner and resource to maintain a safe and healthy campus for all.


As part of Florida International University's (FIU) continuous efforts to increase life safety and raise awareness on activating the EMS system across all campuses, FIU has created a video showing the necessary actions to take when coming across a cardiac emergency.


To learn more on how to save a life, you can take a training on Hands-Only CPR with AED through EH&S. Please click here to see our upcoming training schedule, or email ehstrain@fiu.edu for more information.
 

 FIU Cardiac Emergency Response Video

 

 

 

HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?

If you have an EH&S concern, question, issue, problem or idea, please CLICK on the 'Report an EH&S Problem' button below. 

EH&S Mission Statement:

The mission of Environmental Health and Safety is to support and guide the University community in protecting our people, environment and property while assuring regulatory compliance. These programs are designed to provide value-added services with a customer oriented, educational and collaborative approach for all students, faculty, staff and visitors to better live, learn, teach, work and/or visit a safe, environmentally friendly campus.

 

 
 

​Page Updated: 9/18/2017