Environmental Health, Safety and Emergency Management promotes a culture of safety, health and environmental protection in collaboration with the University community to support education and research.
Emergencies 24 Hours
- FIRE & MEDICAL:
- DIAL 911
- HARVARD POLICE:
- OPERATIONS CENTER:
Did you know?
When using a thermometer, make sure it is calibrated. Place your thermometer in a crushed ice water slurry (volume of 1 qt. or more) until the temperature stabilizes; your thermometer should read 32°F (0°C). If not, follow the thermometer instructions to adjust the temperature reading to 32°F (0°C).
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The Harvard Training Portal will enable you to access and track all of your Harvard professional learning in one single place. Why a new training system? Improve ease of use and accessibility: intuitive browsing and course registration. Increase...
Harvard EH&S currently offers quarterly CPR/AED classes. It is a great opportunity for the Harvard community to get certified in CPR/AED through the American Heart Association (AHA), network with others across the University and learn...
Review of a recent incident in a laboratory involving hazardous chemical reaction. Please see the document below for details. Environmental Health & Safety is staffed with specialists in lab, radiation, and biological safety to answer any...
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