ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) is committed to environmental stewardship and the protection of the health and safety of its employees, visitors, and surrounding community. LLNL adheres to international standards in the performance of this important stewardship responsibility. This website provides information on LLNL’s environmental stewardship and health and safety programs and their related activities.

ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP

The materials and resources provided below include information on LLNL environmental activities, environmental conservation and restoration efforts, and regulatory and permitting processes.

HEALTH AND SAFETY PROTECTION

The materials and resources provided below include information on LLNL health and safety policies, health and safety programs, and related resources.

Occupational health and safety Information:
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Environmental restoration tours coming this spring

LLNL will host environmental restoration tours at the Livermore main site and Site 300 beginning in spring 2017. These tours will provide an overview of the ongoing effort to remedy historic groundwater contamination at each site dating as far back as the 1940s, when the main site served as a U.S. Naval Air Station. The tours will be open to the general public, though prior registration will be required. Stay tuned for dates, times and additional information.

logoLawrence Livermore National Laboratory's environmental and occupational health and safety management systems meet widely-recognized international standards and demonstrate our commitment to excellence and continuous improvement. The International Organization for Standardization's (ISO) 14001 Standard guides the Laboratory's Environmental Management System (EMS) and our strong commitment to environmental stewardship and sustainability. Similarly, Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series (OHSAS) 18001 provides the framework for safeguarding our employees' health and safety through the Laboratory's Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS). The Laboratory is proud of its independent certification to both of these international standards.

Learn more about the Laboratory’s cultural resources here.

For more information, contact the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Public Affairs Office at 925-423-3125 or e-mail.










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