Health and Safety Programs
- Respiratory Protection Program – This program is designed to ensure GSU personnel required to wear respiratory protection while performing their work duties are protected from respiratory hazards, such as potentially airborne infectious diseases or hazardous chemicals, through the proper use of respirators. This document describes procedures for identifying inhalation hazards, respiratory protection selection, medical evaluations, training, fit-testing, and respirator use and care.
- Indoor Air Quality Program– This program is designed to ensure GSU personnel follow the proper steps when reporting air quality issues. Please have your supervisor report the air problems to Facilities to inspect first before sending the request to Insurance Risk Management. If the issue is determined not to be a plumbing matter and a distinctive smell other than the p-trap, please refer this matter to Insurance & Risk Management for further investigation.
For those working in research or research support areas, there is a Research Occupational Health Program (ROHP). Additional information can be found on the ROHP webpage.