Asbestos/Lead

Campus Asbestos Program Manager - Donna Placzek x5-2395. For 24 hour response call UPD at x5-3791.

The Department of Environmental Health and Safety is responsible for assuring a safe workplace at CSUEB. While it is true there are many buildings at CSUEB with building materials containing asbestos and lead, these materials do not pose a hazard unless they are disturbed. Environmental Health and Safety maintains the Asbestos Management Plan, including extensive sampling records and works closely with Facilities Management to assure staff use proper work practices when working with asbestos containing materials.

If you think you have an asbestos or lead disturbance or release, leave the area immediately (evacuate others from the immediate area well), and shut the door. Contact your supervisor and then call Environmental Health and Safety at x5-4139 during business hours. If no one is available for a 24 hour response, call University Police at x5-3791. Please do not leave a voice message, continue to call until you reach a live person to report the incident. Do not return to the area until permitted by Environmental Health and Safety.

Asbestos - What is it?

Asbestos Notification

2015 Asbestos Notification

Regulatory Information

Cal/OSHA Title 8 General Industry Safety Orders, sec. 5208 and Construction Safety orders section 1529
California Department of Toxic Substance Control (DTSC) – managing asbestos waste

Asbestos Management Plan

The Asbestos Management Plan is a three binder document housed in the Department of Environmental Safety. If you should like to view the Plan, and or copy any portion, please contact the Campus Asbestos Manager to arrange for an appointment. Included in the Plan are asbestos locations by building. For your information these are also included below.

Asbestos Locations by Building

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