EHS General Services Building on the Colorado State University campus
Chemical Management Unit

COVID-19 & Chemical Management Operations

The Chemical Management Unit has been tasked with identifying critical operations within our program in the event of a University closure.

The following services would be suspended if the campus closes and only critical staff are allowed on campus.

  • Chemical orders will be suspended unless for an emergency
  • Audits will be suspended and rescheduled
  • Waste operations will be required to meet minimum regulatory requirements
  • Emergency responders will be part of the 9-hour rotational schedule
  • Energetic material minimum requirements will be maintained

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office.

Introduction:

The Chemical Management Unit of EHS is a multidisciplinary office that oversees the Chemical Hygiene and Safety Program, Chemical Hazardous Waste Program, Controlled Substances Program, EHS’s Emergency Response Team, and the Energetic Materials Safety Program. Our mission is to ensure that CSU is to meet its compliance obligations concerning federal, state, and local regulations pertaining to the safe handling, storage, and disposal of chemicals generated in support of the Board of Governors of the Colorado State University System.

Chemical Management Unit
Hazardous Waste Program Controlled Substance Program
Energetic Materials Program Emergency Response Team
Borchert, Andy

Borchert, Andy

Chemical Management & IT Administrator

Giglio, Chris Gray
Seley, David B
Leffler, Dominic Dean

Leffler, Dominic Dean

Chemical Safety and Compliance Specialist Central

Jackson, Chris Earl

Jackson, Chris Earl

Chemical Safety and Compliance Specialist Central

Gramke, Melvin Peter

Gramke, Melvin Peter

Hazardous Waste and Materials Compliance Coordinator

Swenson, Karl H
Wartenbe, Anida G