Environmental Health and Safety

Environmental Health and Safety

The University of North Carolina at Pembroke Office of Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) is dedicated to the protection of human life and our campus environment. EH&S acknowledges the close relationship between the environment, work, and human health and safety.

We are committed to preventing the loss of human potential caused by fatalities, injuries, illness, and disabilities on the job and in the campus community.


News from the Environmental Health & Safety Office

2021-22 Student Tuition and Fees Forum
Student Tuition and Fees Forum

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If you need an accommodation to access the program and/or program materials, please contact the Office of Student Affairs at studentaffairs@uncp.edu no later than five business days prior to the program. However, a good faith effort will be made for any requests made less than five days in advance.

Fire Prevention Week 

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Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen!

Fire Prevention Week Oct. 4-10

Remind your community about the fire risks in their kitchens with these free resources. 
UNC Hazard Mitigation Plan Public Kickoff Meeting

The UNC System eastern campuses are working together to update the 2010 Hazard Mitigation Plan and are seeking your input on the planning process. A virtual public meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, September 22nd  at 5 pm to be held via Zoom. Please join us to learn more about the purpose of the plan and provide input on hazard risks, planning goals & objectives, and mitigation ideas. To attend this meeting, email abigail.moore@woodplc.com to request a meeting access link. To learn more about the plan, follow the planning process, and provide feedback to the planning team via our public survey, visit www.NCeastcampusHMP.com.

More Information: https://uncp.campuslabs.com/engage/event/6430858 

UNC Eastern Campuses Hazard Mitigation Plan 

UNC-Pembroke is collectively updating its plan to better protect our community from the effects of natural and human-caused hazards and to maintain eligibility for mitigation funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). On this website you can find information about upcoming and past Hazard Mitigation Planning Committee meetings and public meetings, take a survey on hazard risk and mitigation options to inform the plan’s development, review draft documents, and learn more about the hazards that affect the university.

For information on Coronavirus Resources click here

May 3 - 9 is Hurricane Preparedness Week 

For information on how to prepare for the 2020 Hurricane season, please follow the link here.