As stated in our Core Values, Princeton EHS strives for innovation and excellence in the field of campus safety. We look to be leaders in our field and encourage staff to pursue professional development opportunities through involvement in industry groups, events, publications and research endeavors.
Below are some of our staff achievements and departmental honors.
|CSHEMA Complete Safety Award of Honor||Princeton EHS was awarded the Complete Safety Award of Honor at the CSHEMA 2018 Annual Conference in Baltimore. The Complete Safety Award of Honor is the highest institutional honor awarded by CSHEMA, the pre-eminent organization serving the EHS community in higher education. Read More »|
|Safe + Sound Campaign||Princeton University EHS received a certificate of recognition for participation in the 2018 and 2019 Safe + Sound Campaign, a program of the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Our “You’ve Been Caught” campus promotion was featured in OSHA”s campaign messaging for November, 2018 on the theme of giving thanks and recognizing workers. Read More »|
Friend of Facilities Award
|The Friend of Facilities Award recognizes individuals and teams outside of Princeton University Facilities who work as partners to support the department’s mission. Read More »|
Honors and Appointments
|Senior Radiation Safety Specialist Caitlin Root presented a talk, "Radiation Safety For the Non-RSO" at a joint meeting of the New Jersey Health Physics Society and ASSP at The Rutgers Club in Piscataway, N.J. (February 2019)|
|EHS Assistant Director of Biosafety and Environmental Health Jacqueline Wagner was a co-organizer and featured speaker at the MABSA 30th Annual Biological Safety Symposium, held at Princton University's Frick Laboratory. (June 2018)|
|Princeton EHS Director Robin Izzo, Associate Director Stephen Elwood and Chemical Safety Program Manager Kyle Angelo led symposia and informational sessions on a variety of laboratory and chemical safety and communications themes at the 2017 American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition in Washington D.C. Read More »|
|Sr. Program Manager for Health And Safety Jamie McQuaid and Sr. Program Manager for Industrial Hygiene Shaundree Davis spoke about their experience developing and maintaining the Princeton GBM Peer Safety Program at the CSHEMA 2016 Annual Conference in Austin.|
|EHS Lab Safety Specialist Brittany Armstrong is coauthor of an article appearing in ACS Catalysis, 2019, 9, pp 1224–1230: “EPR Evidence for the Origin of Nonlinear Effects in an Enantioselective Cu(II)-Catalyzed Spiroannulation.”|
|EHS Director Robin Izzo is a major contributor to the 2011 edition of Prudent Practices in the Laboratory, the standard reference book for chemical laboratory safety practice.|