As a recognized leader in engineering research and education, the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering deserves a safety team to ensure that world-class research and safety go hand in hand.
As a division of the Engineering Dean’s Office, the Office of Health and Safety for the Fulton Schools of Engineering works with ASU’s Environmental Health and Safety Department (EHS) to provide safety support for Fulton Engineering’s labs, shops, offices, classrooms and special events.
Led by Jonathan Klane, Assistant Director of Safety, and Amanda Hoyt, Chemical Safety Specialist, the Office of Health and Safety aims to foster a positive and integrated safety culture that embraces everyone’s health and safety as a collective priority.
From cleaning-up chemical spills to completing risk assessments, the Office of Health and Safety for the Fulton Schools of Engineering provides a variety of safety services and can coordinate with external resources to get the job done quickly and safely.
The Office of Health and Safety for the Fulton Schools plans to take on some new initiatives including:
- Creating feature stories on labs that have a new or creative safety effort.
- Updating safe.engineering.asu.edu with added safety resources for labs needing information on hazards and ASU requirements.
- Compiling success stories from researchers who have reached out for safety-related requests.
Learn more about the numerous services offered by The Office of Health and Safety for the Fulton Schools of Engineering
The Office of Health and Safety for the Fulton Schools is located in the Goldwater Center on the Tempe campus [map].