Environmental Health and Safety


The North Carolina Central University Department of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) helps facilitate the University’s mission of research, teaching and service by ensuring health, safety and regulatory compliance.

Eagle Health and Safety (EHS) Reporting

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Use the Report a Hazard Form to alert EHS to safety concerns or items you feel may be a hazard on campus.

Incident Reporting Form

Use the Incident/Accident Report Form to report incidents of personal injury or property damage involving NCCU employees, students or visitors to campus.

Health and Safety Committee

The purpose of the NCCU Safety and Health Committee Program is to establish a multi-tiered, management- and employee-balanced safety and health committee in compliance with the following: North Carolina General Statutes: Chapter 95, Article 22, Section 95-252, North Carolina General Statutes: Chapter 143, Article 63, Section 143-584, North Carolina Administrative Code: 13 NCAC 07A.0605 and North Carolina Administrative Code: 25 NCAC 1N.0106.

2022-2023 Campus Drinking Water Lead Testing

In November 2022, NCCU implemented a voluntary program to test campus drinking water for the presence of lead and mitigate lead levels in potable water sources that test above a pre-determined actionable level. 

Insurance and Risk Management Forms

Insurance and Risk Management assists NCCU stakeholders in managing physical, financial, operational and reputation risk through early identification and appropriate avoidance, mitigation and risk transfer. Insurance and Risk Management collaborates with campus and external partners to promote an integrated approach to problem-solving in the following areas:

  • Claims Management
  • Contract Review (to ensure insurance issues are sufficient)
  • International Travel Insurance Enrollment Form
  • Liability Insurance
  • Property Insurance
  • Risk Management Consultations
  • Travel Insurance
  • Vehicle Insurance

Safety Topics

Bacteria Fork

Mold is a common term used to refer to fungal growth, and it can be found on any organic substance as long as water and oxygen are present. Molds produce spores that move through the indoor and outdoor air continually. View this fact sheet to learn more about mold.

The team is comprised of qualified, knowledgeable members who are recognized as trusted subject matter experts and are committed to providing excellent service and leadership to our partners including University students, faculty, staff and visitors. The group enables and empowers NC Central to adopt a culture of safety in which innovation, discovery and positive change are fully supported by safety professionals.


Drobna, Zuzana

EHS Professional- Biosafety Specialist

Environmental Health and Safety

location icon 207 Cottage One

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Freeman, Cassandra

Administrative Support Specialist

Environmental Health and Safety

location icon 507 George Street-Cottage One

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Ingram, Kathleen

EHS Professional

Environmental Health and Safety

location icon 202 Cottage One

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Sykes, Jody

Risk Manager

Environmental Health and Safety

location icon 102 Cottage One

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Verrault, Thomas

Emergency Management Coordinator

Environmental Health and Safety

location icon 204 Cottage One

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