To help ensure that you have the best quality of work environment possible, EHS offers services to assess various areas of your space, from how the placement of your keyboard is affecting your joint health to knowing the best workplace habits for a clean, pest-free space.
The MIT EHS Industrial Hygiene Program provides ergonomic support for students and staff to help provide a workspace where you can be comfortable and productive.
Good Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) enhances occupant health and comfort. It contributes to increased workplace productivity and well-being. Poor indoor air quality has the opposite effect. It can cause drowsiness, headaches, eye irritation, and other symptoms.
At MIT, we take an environmentally conscious approach to pest control, making a conscious effort to reduce the use of insecticides and pesticides.
A joint goal of the Department of Facilities and EHS Office Safety Program is to provide a safe and comfortable work environment for the MIT Community.
The use of an Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) can make significant contributions to MIT research, education, service, and outreach in a variety of disciplines.