Environmental Health and Safety
Bowling Green State University
1851 N Research Dr.
Bowling Green, Ohio 43403
419-372-2194 (fax)


Jeremy Dick
Position:  Environmental Health & Safety Specialist

Programs:  Bloodbourne Pathogens, Chemical and Radioactive Spills, Environmental Compliance, Hazardous Waste Management, Laboratory Safety, Radiation Safety
Email:  dickj@bgsu.edu

PositionAccount Specialist - Processing of Motor Vehicle Applications, 15 Passenger Van Training, Injury and Illness forms, Scheduling of Online and classroom training in InfoPro, updating of CMS Website
Phone:  419-372-2171
Email:  kgriner@bgsu.edu

Position: Sr. Industrial Hygienist

Programs:  Accident Investigations, Aerial Lifts, Asbestos Safety, Confined Space Entry, Electrical Safety, Ergonomics, Fall Protection, Hearing Conservation, Indoor Air Quality, Injury and Illness Notification, Ladder Safety, Lockout/Tagout, Mold Assessment, Personal Protective Equipment, Powered Industial Trucks, Respiratory Protection
Phone: 419-372-9601
Email:  bhuyghe@bgsu.edu

Position:  Environmental Health & Safety Generalist
Accident Investigations, Equipment Inspections, Fire Safety
Phone:  419-372-2171
Email:  envhs@bgsu.edu

Environmental Health and Safety is open from 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday, except holidays.

After Hours
For emergencies please call 911 or 2-2346 from your desk phone or (419) 372-2346 from your cell phone to reach University Police.  University Police dispatch will call an EH&S Staff Member who will follow-up with you.

Maintenance Requests
Non-emergency requests for maintenance should be submitted using the Campus Operations online work order request system or by contacting the Help Desk at (419) 372-2251.

The Environmental Health and Safety Department (EHS) is responsible for coordinating all aspects of environmental management, occupational health and safety on campus, and implementing safety regulations for the University.  We are committed to preventing injuries, illness, and fatalities on the job and in the total campus community.  The protection of our assets and maintenance of a safe and healthy campus environment is essential for productivity and excellence.  The job of the EHS staff is to ensure that the University maintains a safe and healthful living and working environment.  We also lead the compliance effort on campus in order to make sure the the University acts in accordance with all necessary environmental, health, and safety regulations.  We provide many direct services to our faculty, staff, students, and visitors.  We offer an array of training courses and related technical consultation.

The Department of Environmental Health and Safety reports to Risk Management.  Risk Management also includes Insurance, Claims Management, Fleet Safety and other university risk-reduction programs.