July 15, 2005  
 

 

New Safety Service Line

Need help with a safety issue or to get in touch with someone in the Chemical and General Safety (CGS) Department but do not know whom to contact? Then call the new Safety Service Line at Ext. 4554. You can also use this line to report environmental concerns or to ask environmental questions.

The Safety Service Line is for routine safety issues such as reporting unsafe conditions, chemical concerns, policy clarifications, hazard evaluations and minor incident reporting. For emergencies call 9-911, not Ext. 4554.

For anonymous reporting of unsafe events and/or compliance violations, use the ES&H Hotline (Ext. 4641).

We have implemented this new service as part of our ongoing effort to improve effectiveness, efficiency and customer satisfaction. The line is staffed with knowledgeable safety personnel from CGS who will either be able to address your concerns directly or obtain a solution from the appropriate subject matter expert.

All requests will be tracked to ensure that all issues have been adequately addressed.

If you call Ext. 4554 and nobody answers, leave a message and someone will be paged automatically. Please state if the matter requires immediate attention. Our goal is to respond to all calls as quickly as possible.

The Safety Service Line will be staffed from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Calls placed after hours will automatically roll over to Security.

For more information how to contact CGS or the ES&H Division in general, visit our web site at
http://www-group.slac.stanford.edu/esh/

 

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Last update Friday July 15, 2005 by Topher White