Texas A&M University-Kingsville

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Our office is located in Lewis Hall, Room 133

Contact us by phone at University Extention 2646 or 4131

University phones begin with (361) 593 when calling from non-campus phones

Click Here to contact us online

Check out the new Laboratory Safety Requirments.

Welcome to Texas A&M University Kingsville's Environmental Health & Safety Office part of the Department of Risk Management. Check out the Industrial Safety Training Links or the Employee Safety Manual on the Risk Management Webpage.

This site was established to furnish the university community with greater access to the numerous resources and services that our office provides.

Our Web Page will be under constant construction, adding new features and updates, so please frequent us often.


The Environmental Health and Safety Office will provide administrative guidance for the university's Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Program. Through the efforts of the staff of this office and the Department of Risk Management, policies, plans, and activities will be developed to ensure that facilities are up-to-date, safe, operate to the expectation of the facility users, and are in compliance with state and federal regulations.

For engineering recommendations and facilities planning services for the university, contact the University's Engineering and Planning Office.


The establishment and maintenance of an academic environment free of occupational hazards, and compliance with environmental regulations are both ethical and legal responsibilities of the University.

In this regard, the environmental health and safety program at Texas A&M University Kingsville is managed by the Environmental Health & Safety Office under the guidance of the Department of Risk Management. Our goals are to minimize occupational injuries to university employees, minimize personal injuries to the university community and to minimize losses and/or damage to university property.

The Environmental Health & Safety Office will strive to meet these goals through employee health and safety training, through on-site inspections, and through compliance with applicable State and Federal regulations.

This page was last updated on: April 05, 2011