Whether masks are required or recommended, when you mask, level up your mask to better protect yourself and others. Wear a well-fitting and high-quality facemask to help limit the spread.
INCREASE YOUR MASK'S PROTECTION
Take the following steps to prevent airborne particles and respiratory droplets from leaking in or out of your facemask.
A hazardous material spill is an uncontrolled release of a substance that is potentially hazardous to humans, animals and/or the environment. University personnel and students working with hazardous materials should be prepared to respond in case a spill occurs.
University of Washington (UW) students in health science and speech and hearing science (SPHSC) programs requiring enrollment in Health Sciences Immunization Program (HSIP), as defined in the HSIP policy, must meet COVID-19 vaccination requirements in accordance with the HSIP COVID-19 policy addendum
The newly released Respirable Crystalline Silica Safety Manual outlines the responsibilities of University units, personnel and EH&S to protect personnel from occupational respirable crystalline silica exposure. It contains guidelines and procedures for exposure control, respiratory protection, and medical evaluations.
3M™ issued a Stop Use and Inspect Notice for select models of 3M™ Protecta® Self-Retracting Lifelines due to a manufacturing issue that could result in the self-retracting lifeline not engaging properly.