Learn about ISU CCEE’s safety resources by exploring the topics below.

More information is listed at the bottom of the page in the “More information” portion. Many of these resources are taken from Iowa State University’s Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) resources.

Thank you for your efforts in maintaining a safety culture in your shop or laboratory. It is CCEE’s priority to provide clean and safe workspaces for research and technical work.

What to do in an emergency
Emergency procedures for Town Engineering Building

Suspicious activity

Health concerns

  • Information for Accidents and Incidents
  • Employee and Student Incident Reports (must report within 24 hours of incident)
  • Employees should contact Occupational Medicine at McFarland Clinic by calling (515) 239-4496.
  • Students should contact Thielen Student Health Center at 2260 Sheldon Ave., (515) 294-5801.
  • If you require urgent counseling for any reason, call (515) 294-5056; during after hours, call (515) 290-3642. Business hours during fall and spring semesters are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Business hours during summer semesters and academic breaks are 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • Experiencing a mental health crisis?

Campus emergency alert

ISU CCEE research and instructional labs and fieldwork policies
Using ISU CCEE’s training area on Learn@ISU
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Starting a new project or procedure
ISU CCEE standard operating procedures (SOP) library
The Iowa State University Department of Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) provides these standard operating procedures (SOPs) as a starting point for researchers to develop SOPs that are tailored to the specific circumstances of the researcher’s lab. These SOPs have been submitted by Iowa State University researchers and staff and EH&S makes no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness or sufficiency of their content for any specific lab. EH&S expressly disclaims any warranty or liability for errors and omissions in the contents of this site. Visit the site.

CCEE instructor laboratory safety guidelines
Learn@ISU is our new repository for updated standard operating procedures content.

More Information