Environmental Health & Safety

A Department in Facilities


Building Evacuation Plans

Building occupants should review building evacuation plans and familiarize themselves with fire evacuation procedures.

119 McIver St Ferguson Oakland Parking Deck
127 McIver Forney Parking Office
326 Tate St Foust Petty
328 Tate St Gatewood Studio Arts Phillips Hawkins Res Hall
500 Forest Gove Physical Plant Garage
723 Kenilworth Graham Quad
812 Lilly Gray Home Ragsdale Mendenhall Res Hall
821 Josephine Boyd Grogan Residence Hall Recreation Field Support
840 Neal Guilford Res Hall Reynolds Residence Hall
842 W Gate City Haywood Res Hall School of Education
903 W Gate City (Curry Tire) Highland Res Hall Sink
996 Spring Garden Jackson Library Soccer Stadium
1100 W Market Jefferson Suites Res Hall Softball Stadium s
1510 Walker Kaplan Center Utilities Softball Training
1605 Spring Garden Kaplan South Chiller Plant
Alumni House Lee Res Hall South Spencer Res Hall
Armfield Pryer Lexington Res Hall Sports Turf
Baseball Locker and Training Lofts on Lee Res Hall Spring Garden Apt
Baseball Maintenance Mary Foust Res Hall Steam Plant
Baseball Pavillion McCormick Res Hall Stone
Becher Weaver McIver Parking Deck Sullivan Science
Brown McNutt Taylor Theatre
Bryan MHRA Three College Observatory
Campus Supply Moore Nursing Tower Village
Carmichael Moore Strong Residence Hall UNCG Auditorium
Chemical Safety Moran Commons UNCG Police
Coleman Mossman sUNCG Surplus
Cone Residence Hall Music Union Res Hall
Curry NIB Universtity Graphics and Printing
Eberhart Northridge Greenhouse Walker Parking Deck
Elliott University Center North Spencer Res Hall Weatherspoon (Cone Arts)
Faculty Building Nursing Annex Weil Winfield Res Hall
Family Research

Automated External Defibrillators Program

Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) are portable electronic devices designed to assess the heart’s rhythm and, if needed, automatically recommends whether an electric shock should be delivered to correct the heart rhythm. These devices allow trained personnel to provide life-saving defibrillation to victims of cardiac arrest (cessation of a heartbeat, usually due to a heart attack). The American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM) recommends placement, when practical, of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) in sufficient workplace locations to allow initiation of resuscitation and use of the AED (the so-called “drop to shock” interval) within 3-5 minutes of recognized cardiac arrest. Access to an AED within 3-5 minutes of cardiac arrest can increase the survival rate by as much as 70% with a 10% decrease in the rate of survival for every minute that treatment is delayed.