Academic and Research Environmental Health and Safety
The Academic and Research Environmental Health and Safety (AR-EHS) program provides the necessary programmatic and activity-specific guidance to
The AR-EHS program requires that each faculty and staff member, including paid graduate teaching and research assistants, complete the basic AR-EHS orientation, as well as appropriate activity-specific training. Supervisors, as well as employees, are encouraged to identify needed training and to request and complete the training.
The overall goal of the AR-EHS program is to
The cooperation and support of the AR faculty and staff is essential to the success of the program.
Additionally, as according to the WTAMU mission, AR-EHS is dedicated to educating students and faculty in innovative academic and co-curricular undergraduate and graduate training related to health and safety. The University serves as the principal academic and cultural center of a multi-state region and is a significant catalyst for economic development by expanding the frontiers of knowledge through education, research, and consultation. AR-EHS seeks to engage students through effective teaching and practical experiences involving research compliance.
AR-EHS supports all university academic and research components. For non-academic and/or non-research EHS needs, please contact the Environmental Health and Safety Office at 806-651-2134.
Standard Operating Procedures and Forms make up the WTAMU Compliance Plan. All of WTAMU's SOPs and their associated forms may be accessed from this link.