EHS Programs: Keeping Carleton Safe

operational health and safety

Operational Health and Safety

Employee and student health, safety, and wellness is a top priority at Carleton University. Operational Health & Safety encompasses aspects of safety that affect everyone, regardless of specific work duties.

Fire Prevention and Safety

Campus Fire Prevention and Life Safety

Comprehensive information about Carleton University’s campus wide Fire Safety Plan, Fire Safety Warden program, Hot Work permits, Special Event considerations and other aspects of fire prevention. All students, staff and faculty should be familiar with evacuation and fire hazard reporting procedures.

Working in a Lab

Working in a Lab

The best way to push the limits of science, is safely. Laboratories are home to chemicals, lasers, radiation, and other hazards, that students and researchers must manage safely. Environmental Health & Safely works closely with departments across campus to ensure that our ravens are practicing safe science.

Working in a Workshop

Working in a Workshop

Numerous workshops are found within Carleton’s Faculty of Engineering and Design as well as within Facilities Management & Planning. These hands-on work areas contain unique hazards such as, dust, noise, equipment, and hot work.

Health and Safety for Management

Health and Safety for Management

All persons in the workplace share the responsibility for ensuring a safe working environment. Under the Operational Health and Safety Act , the University as an employer, and supervisors, must take every precaution reasonable under the circumstances for the protection of their workers.