Safety by Subject
Providing support, in the form of risk assessment, review, consultation and training, for research at UC Berkeley that involves the use of recombinant DNA, biohazardous materials and biological toxins. Learn more.
Ensuring the safe and compliant use of chemicals on campus. Learn more.
Providing assistance and monitoring for the use of regulated drugs and precursors in research. Learn more.
The UC Dive & Boat Safety Consortium’s primary purpose is to provide UC Berkeley, UCI and UCM with the dive and boat safety oversight and support necessary for their campuses’ research projects involving SCUBA or boats. Learn more.
Helping to protect and enhance the campus environment and providing permit and compliance management services. Learn more.
Equipment and Tool Safety
Providing resources and guidance for the safe use of tools by UC Berkeley personnel. Learn more.
Ensuring safe and compliant campus events. Learn more.
Safely working and conducting research outdoors, off-campus, and abroad. Learn more.
Providing inspections, plan review, and code consultation; serving as a fire protection and life safety resource for all UC Berkeley-owned and occupied buildings. Learn more.
Food & Water Safety
Protecting public health through inspection of campus facilities and infrastructure. Learn more.
Helping campus units manage their hazardous materials by providing assistance with shipping, waste pick-up and disposal, and chemical inventory needs. Learn more.
Forms, policies, procedures, and training materials. Learn more.
Ensuring the safe use of lasers, laser systems, and non-ionizing radiation sources. Learn more.
Facilitating the safe use of radioactivity and radiation producing machines. Learn more.
Shops and Trades
Policies, procedures, and training materials for any type of shop-work activities. Learn more.
California state regulations require every employer to establish, implement and maintain an effective injury prevention program. Learn more.
Information and guidance for construction contractors work on the UC Berkeley campus. Construction contractors must be aware of their own obligations to comply with local, state and federal regulations as applicable to their work activities onsite. Learn More.