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Working Safely during COVID-19

ESSR staff continue to identify and manage safety and environmental risks for the University of Maryland, helping to insure the health and well-being of our entire campus community.

We believe this list of resources will serve as a guide to help you work safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Emergencies, Spills, Injuries, Mold Concern, Incidents, Near Misses and Hazards can be reported.

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News

  • 2021 OSHA's Form 300A

    2021 Summary of Work-Related Injury and Illnesses is now available.

  • N95 Respirator Information

    Updated information about masks and N95 respirators for COVID 19.

  • 2020-2021 Annual Report

    2020-2021 Annual Report is now available.

  • Improve How Your Mask Protects You

    Mask use is a critical step everyone can take to prevent getting and spreading COVID-19. Masks work best when everyone wears them, but not all masks provide the same protection.

  • BioRAFT Facilities Module

    ESSR is excited to announce the implementation of the BioRAFT Facilities Module. This will be used to manage ESSR’s training records for UMD staff. UMD Researcher's training records have been managed in BioRAFT. ESSR training records for all UMD staff will soon be in BioRAFT. More information, including instructions will be available once this implementation is complete.

  • Highlighting the Dept. of Laboratory Animal Resources

    Learn how the UMD Department of Laboratory Animal Resources continued providing quality animal care during the COVID-19 pandemic

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