General health & safety information, including communication board locations, the University of Toronto's Health & Safety Policy, and more.
Occupational hygiene is the anticipation, recognition, evaluation, control and prevention of hazards in the workplace.
The laboratory is a workplace that contains many potential hazards which may include chemical, biological and physical agents. The Laboratory Safety Program is intended to assist the University in minimizing risks associated with activities in the laboratory.
The University only hires competent contractors who have acknowledged that they would follow applicable legislation, guidelines and standards to conduct work safely for the protection of their employees, other contractors and the UTSC community.
Learn more about student health and safety topics.
Conducting research or teaching in the field presents risks to those who participate. Find out how to take proactive measures to plan and ensure the safety of all field participants.
Important EHS notices and communications for the UTSC community.
The EHS department works with administrative and academic departments to collect inventory of hazardous materials such as chemical, biological, radiation and designated substances to ensure compliance with EHS legislation and for emergency preparedness.