- Risk Management and Internal Control
- Compliance & Internal Control
- INSURANCE & RISK MANAGEMENT CLAIMS
- Environmental Health & Safety
- Asbestos & Lead
- Biological Safety
- Chemical Safety
- Diving & Boating Safety
- Drinking Water
- EHS Forms
- EHS Training
- Environmental Protection
- Fire & Life Safety
- Hazardous Waste
- Industrial Safety
- Injury & Illness Prevention Program
- Laboratory Safety
- Medical Monitoring
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Radiation Safety
- Safety Concern
- Safety Data Sheets
- Safety Tips
- Storm Water Protection
- Traffic & Pedestrian Safety
- Emergency Management and Resources
- Support Services
- Off Campus Resources
Fire & Life Safety
Fire and Life Safety at all CSU Campuses is overseen by the Office of the State Fire Marshal. Inspections of CSUEB buildings are done by the State Fire Marshal coordinated through the Department of EHS and Planning Design & Construction (PDC). Since buildings were built at different times, fire and life safety codes may be different in each building. If you have questions, contact EHS or PDC.
Fire Extinguishers: A student assistant from the Department of EHS inspects all public fire extinguishers monthly. Fire extinguishers located in offices, mechanical rooms, and classrooms must be inspected monthly by the department owner.
Evacuation pathway and exits: Keep these areas clear. Hallways are designed for safe evacuation of building occupants; equipment or furniture placed in hallways permanently must first be approved by the State Fire Marshal.
Housekeeping: Keep combustible materials at a minimum and away from electrical outlets. Store flammable materials in approved container.