Welcome to Environmental Health and Safety at East Stroudsburg University!
This site will provide you with access to information, links to policies and procedures, safety forms, emergency procedures, and Material Safety Data sheet (MSDS).
The East Stroudsburg University Safety Committee includes members from academic, administrative and student divisions on campus. It is the committee's responsibility to guide and support the Office of Environmental Health and Safety, through proactive assessment of potential health and safety issues, and by responding to safety concerns raised by members of the campus community.
Safety Committee members contact information:
Christopher Marozzi, Chair; EHS (570) 422-3235; firstname.lastname@example.org
William Parrish Chief of Police (570) 422-3064; email@example.com
Doug Keiper Facilities Management (570) 422-3548; firstname.lastname@example.org
Lauren Worrell Human Resources (570) 422-3147; email@example.com
Maryann Lugo AFSCME (570) 422-2817; firstname.lastname@example.org
Colleen Shotwell Dudzinski Athletics (570) 422-3165; email@example.com
Joe Akob Student Activities Assoc (570) 422-3394; firstname.lastname@example.org
Joanne Eagleson Academic Affairs (570) 422-3197; email@example.com
Maria Hackney Health Services (570) 422-3553; firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathy Perrine AFSCME (570) 422-3355; email@example.com
Judaha Amoroso Student Senate (201) 844-3661; Jamoroso2@live.esu.edu
Larry Beck Chemistry (570) 422-3243; firstname.lastname@example.org
Keith Vanic APSCUF (570) 422-3314; email@example.com
Scott Heinrich Facilities Management (570) 422-3668; firstname.lastname@example.org
Material Safety Data Sheets
The Material Safety Data sheet (MSDS) is a detailed information document designed to provide both workers and emergency personnel with the proper procedures for handling or working with chemical substances. The MSDS provides information such as physical and chemical data (melting point, boiling point, flash point, reactivity etc.), toxicity, health effects, emergency and first aid procedures, storage, disposal, protective equipment, routes of exposure, control measures, precautions for safe handling and use, and spill/leak procedures. Information on the MSDS aides in the selection of safe products. The MSDS is of major importance if a spill or other accident occurs.
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