Environmental Health & Safety (EHS)
Environmental Health and Safety (EHS)’s purpose is to ensure that Lincoln University properly manages it chemical, biological, and radioactive material and prevent accidents and injuries in laboratories and other applicable areas that could impact students, faculty, and staff here on campus. EHS functions to ensure that the University complies with various local, state, and federal laws that pertain to the environment, lab safety, and hazardous materials used here on campus. EHS is under the direction of the Lincoln University Police Department (LUPD).
EHS Management Services
The following is a list of current services provided:
Lincoln University Water Boot Camp 2012
Lincoln University recieved a $15,000 grant from the United States Environmental Protection Agency to host a Water Boot Camp. The grant is the result of a partnership agreement signed on January 27, 2012, to prepare students for future careers in water-related environmental and scientific fields.
Lincoln University faculty and staff presented educational sessions consisting of lectures, group activities, laboratory tasks, tours of facilities, field trips, and information about Geographic Information Systems. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources and Missouri American Water Company also provided experts in water quality to serve as teachers during the boot camp.