Center of Excellence for Technology: UCOP Risk Services and Safety Services
A Center of Excellence for Agile software development supporting UC wide Enterprise Risk Management and Safety Services.

Safety Services, UC Davis

IT Services supports Safety Services by creating innovative software that automates and streamlines current processes and integrates data across systems

UC EH&S Technology

IT Services develops and maintains a diverse group of technology initiatives in support of UC EH&S Technology

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Information Technology Services is a UC Enterprise Risk Management Center of Excellence for Technology
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September 17, 2014September 17, 2014

News Item Test 1- Core Services

September 17, 2014
The University of California Environmental Health and Safety suite of applications is designed to assist Environmental Health and Safety staff and University researchers in managing different aspects of work done in facilities while helping to meet state and federal regulations. These applications have in common much of the same information including people, locations and chemicals. Core Services serves as middleware that publishes shared data for these products. Now Principal Investigators, Lab Managers, Lab Workers and Environmental Health and Safety staff will be able to manage the people and building data for their research facility in one convenient location, the Core Services Profile Application. Core Services centralizes and publishes the shared information to provide systems users with consistent data and a streamlined user experience. Core Services currently houses and shares data for the following applications: Biosafety Information Online-BIO Chemical Inventory System -CIS/CBIS Field Safety/Travel Operations Planner-FSTOP Laboratory Hazard Assessment Tool – LHAT Occupational Health Surveillance System-OHSS Risk Assessment Determinations in Chemical Academic Laboratories-RADiCAL Safety Inspection Tool-SIT Waste Accumulation Storage Tracking electronically-WASTe