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EH&S identifies out-of-compliance items

TWU's Environmental Health & Safety team identified key items across campus that are commonly out of compliance.

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CampusOptics puts information at your fingertips

The platform's features aims to keep Pioneers safe and informed.

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Steps to address environmental concerns

When environmental issues such as air quality or moisture concerns arise in TWU buildings, Facilities Management works to address the issue as quickly as possible.


Prepare for hurricane season

Our Houston campus is the most vulnerable to hurricane effects, though the storms caused by hurricanes can travel further inland and also cause damage.

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Keep motorized cart safety in mind

A motorized cart may seem like it’s slow and harmless, but serious injuries can occur because of unsafe cart use.

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Fast action saves lives during storm season

Did you know that Texas is the most tornado-prone state in the country? TWU Risk Management offers tips on staying safe from storms at home, on the road, and on campus.

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Ergonomics information for faculty and staff

It is important to pay attention to how you are moving your body when working and how it is positioned.

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'Tis the season: Plan ahead for winter weather

Whether you’re staying in Texas for your winter break or traveling, there are plenty of ways to stay prepared for the winter weather.


Prevent food poisoning at holiday gatherings

Food poisoning sends 128,000 Americans to the hospital each year. You can help keep your coworkers, family, and friends safe from food poisoning by following four simple steps.

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Fire drills to test emergency readiness

Environmental Health and Safety will conduct mandatory fire drills on all campuses over the next two weeks to assess TWU’s emergency readiness.

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