Confined space entry:
Job Hazard Assessments:
Lock Out Tag Out:
Powered industrial truck:
We are available to assist with safety and health concerns related to shop safety and general safety. Please email EHS or call 480-965-1823 for assistance.
There are a significant number of Occupational Safety and Health Agency, or OSHA, regulations that apply to facilities maintenance operations, and any construction or remodeling activities. To assist ASU Facilities Development and Management staff with compliance with these regulations, and to ensure that best practices are followed, EHS has developed several general safety program guidance documents for use by ASU employees who work in facilities maintenance operations and similar positions. Examples are below and include a brief description and a link to the document. Employees working in laboratories or offices should review guidance available on those websites.
We are available to assist with safety and health complaints including concerns related to lab and shop safety, indoor air quality, workstation set up, and general safety concerns. Please email EHS or call 480-965-1823 for assistance.
Shops are required to be registered on an annual basis using one of the options below. The shop supervisor or their designee completes the registration process. If you are new shop supervisor or registering a shop for the first time, you must register your shop using the paper forms.
Register your shop using paper forms
The shop supervisor or their designee submits a Shop Registration form along with a chemical inventory. Chemical inventories need to include quantities and some basic information. Signage related to the registration will be sent to the shop supervisor or their designee for posting at the shop. The shop registration sign provides important reference information in the event EHS or Emergency Response personnel must enter the shop or contact you in the event of an emergency. Chemical inventory forms must be in .xlsx or .xls file format.
In order to manage and update shop information online, request access by submitting an EHS Assistant Access Request. After submitting the request, EHS approves access to EHS Assistant.
Manage or update your registered shop information online
Log in with your ASURITE ID and password.
Select Manage My Lab.
Name of Responsible Party or Shop Supervisor.
Under Questionnaire choose Responsible Party Information.
Under RPI choose Add Responsible Party Information or Renew an Existing Responsible Party Information.
Note: Review the Register a Laboratory/Space tutorial for more information.
Supervisors are responsible for implementing safety policies and procedures in the work areas they supervise. The sheets below provide information and references to specific requirements of existing ASU EHS programs, contain essential health and safety information and provide answers to general compliance questions. Supervisors are expected to familiarize themselves with the sheets below that are specific to the work areas they supervise. Each fact sheet summarizes specific policy requirements, outlines the required information for supervisor responsibilities and provides quick references to applicable federal, state and university policy.
Facilities Management personnel must complete all online annual safety training requirements. Courses with multiple modules require completion of all parts of the training to receive credit.
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|Asbestos Awareness – Enroll||Hazard communication for non lab personnel – Enroll|
|Authorized Driver – Enroll||Hearing conservation training – Enroll|
|Bloodborne pathogen training for ASU Facilities Management trade-specific – Enroll||Hot work safety awareness – Enroll|
|Cranes, hoist and slings - Enroll||Incident investigation and report preparation – Enroll|
|Compactor safety – Enroll||Ladder safety – Enroll|
|EHS hazardous waste for Facilities Management – Enroll||Machine shop safety – Enroll|
|EHS tractor hazard awareness training – Enroll||Office safety – Enroll|
|Facilities annual safety training | 10 modules in one course – Enroll||Respirable crystalline silica training – Enroll|
|Fighting heat stress – Enroll||Roof access – Enroll|
|Fire safety – Enroll||Supervisor safety training – Enroll|