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Waste Minimization by Recycling  / Reuse

Waste Minimization at Duke University and Duke Health

May 22nd

The chart above shows specific examples of how The Environmental Programs Division of

Members of the Radiation Safety Division

Radiation Safety Division members receive Strength, Hope, and Caring Award

May 1st

Congratulations to members of the Radiation Safety Division who were recently present

Matthew & Nicole

OESO Announces Reorganization

January 13th

OESO is undergoing a reorganization to better serve our customers.


New Findings Affect Research Containment for Handling Adeno-associated Virus (AAV)

November 2nd

AAV will now need to be handled at BSL2 instead of BSL1.

We are committed to providing expertise in safety and health

Duke University and Duke University Health System are committed to fostering excellence and leadership in education, healthcare delivery, medical teaching and research. The Occupational and Environmental Safety Office (OESO) exists to support this Institutional effort by promoting a safe environment for the Duke Community that is conducive to achieving such excellence while providing the highest level of customer service possible. OESO is committed to providing expertise in safety and health in a friendly, responsive and enthusiastic manner.