What Do I Do If I Have An EHS Concern?


If anyone in the MIT community has questions or concerns about safety and health issues or environment , there are several mechanisms that can be used to express these concerns or questions either anonymously or directly. They are:

Direct:

 

Call the EHS Office at 2-EHSS (617-452-3477) and your concern/question will be directed to the appropriate expert

E-mail  environment@mit.edu and your concern/question will be directed to the appropriate expert

Call 3-9389 and speak directly to Lou DiBerardinis, the EHS Office Director

 

Anonymously:

 

Contact the Ombuds Office at  web.mit.edu/ombud/report/    for information on ways to report your concern

Access a third party run system where you can  anonymously express your concern.

For more information see:

http://conduct.mit.edu/, which lands you at the Statement of Responsible and Ethical Conduct, which has a radio button for the hotline, or directly to Ethicspoint, at:

https://secure.ethicspoint.com/domain/media/en/gui/28258/index.html

 

This is MIT’s anonymous and confidential reporting mechanism, which can be used to express any concerns regarding safety. You can do this by e-mail or phone, and your anonymity is assured.