Facilities, Safety and Physical Plant Health & Safety

Seasonal Safety:

Heating Safety

With the onset of winter temperatures, some of our work spaces may start to feel a little chilly. If this is the case please submit a work request to MOC prior to bringing in a space heater from home, MOC will attempt to increase the heat in your space through the building managements system. Space heaters are prohibited on campus by the Building Temperature Policy, because their use comes with increased risk of fire, and may damage campus electrical infrastructure, however, some exceptions can be made. For more details, please see the SUNY Oneonta "Building Temperature Policy" for full text. In the mean time, Browse the EHS Collection of Heating Safety documents. Stay Safe!

Please Contact: Osamede Evbuomwan at (607) 436-2021 or osamede.evbuomwan@oneonta.edu with questions or concerns.

For a list of available training modules, procedures and policies, visit our Environmental Health and Safety page.

About Mold

Excerpts from the EPA's "Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings (Tables 1 and 2)

NIOSH Dampness and Mold (including assessment tools)


Facilities Planning
SUNY Oneonta
108 Ravine Parkway
Oneonta, NY 13820

103 Service Building
SUNY Oneonta
108 Ravine Parkway
Oneonta, NY 13820

Work Requests

Any inaccuracies in documents or content should be reported by email or phone - we will correct them immediately.

Phil Bidwell
Phone: 607-436-2710
Email: Phil.Bidwell@oneonta.edu

Emergency Information

During Normal Operation Hours
(Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.)
Please Call the Maintenance Operations Center office at 607-436-2507.

After Hours and Weekends
Call University Police at 607-436-3550 - they will relay the call to our onsite second/third shift staff.

In the event of emergency responses on campus that may affect normal operations (water main breaks, storm damage, power outages... things like that) we will prominently post information on our site and also distribute email notifications as necessary.

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