Health, Safety, and Environment
Visit the Health, Safety, and Environment website.
HSE sponsors a variety
of instructor-led and online training course options and dates.
The AESP exists to ensure that JHU staff with
occupational exposure to animals and/or animal-derived materials are
monitored with regard to health and safety issues. The goal of the program
is to help you stay healthy!
The AESP manages health and safety issues such as allergies, recommended vaccinations, and recommended personal protective equipment/precautions. The AESP also provides JHU employees an opportunity to discuss any concerns they may have about job-related health and/or safety issues.
Renew your AESP registration by clicking
on the AESP Online Renewal Form link below. If you have never registered
with AESP before, you may do so now by clicking on the AESP Registration
Form link below. Please note that the AESP Registration Form is not
electronic so you will need to print out the pdf and fax or mail to
Occupational Health at the address indicated on the form.
AESP renewals should be completed in the
month you receive notice and as close to the beginning of the year as
Note: If you are not an employee or student
affiliated with Hopkins in the AESP program, please submit the demographics
form in addition to the AESP update form to the Occupational Health
Online Renewal Form Update (renew
or terminate) your registration
Registration Form (New Applicants,
fax, or mail in the PDF form)
Absorption charcoal filter canisters serve
as temporary scavenging systems for inhalant anesthetics. These canisters
must be weighed, installed, used, and discarded according to each manufacturer's
safety specifications. Users must document and date initial as well
as subsequent usage weights. When full, these canisters must be disposed
through the hazardous waste disposal program.
Have you had a Hepatitis B Vaccine?
Check out the many ways part of Johns Hopkins Occupational Health Services' mission can help us prevent the spread of communicable diseases: Preventive Medicine.
For more information regarding the resources
available through the Occupational Health arm of the department of Health
Safety and Environment please visit: https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/hse/occupational_health/index.html.
In the federal policy's
current form, there are 15 agents (microbial entities and toxins) that
fall under institutional DURC oversight. The current list of 15 agents
as well as a list of 7 categories of experiments or experimental effects
that would constitute DURC may be found at this website: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/hse/ire/regulations.html.
Questions regarding DURC should be directed to the Biosafety
Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or