Fire Prevention

The EHS Fire safety program includes the following activities: 

  • Conduct campus fire drills
  • Issue permits for campfires, hot work, fire system impairments, confined space, tents, theatrical indoor/outdoor flame effects, fireworks
  • Inspect buildings for fire safety compliance
  • Inspect and coordinate fire extinguisher maintenance and service
  • Respond to fire alarm activations
  • Provide fire safety and fire extinguisher training
  • Test and inspect wet fire sprinkler systems in all buildings
  • Accompany regulatory inspectors
  • Coordinate crowd manager program
  • Coordinate with Binghamton University's Emergency Response Team

Fire Safety Brochures

Additional resources

The Environmental Health and Safety department at Binghamton University has partnered with the team at bringing together our mutual goal for fire safety.
Take some time to look over their website and all it has to offer. These programs and educational resources are a beneficial way to learn about the industry and to learn safety skills that could save a life. That life may even be yours!

Fire Safety and Education for College Students

This quick guide discusses in detail student responsibility as a member of the Binghamton University community. The information in the guide is relevant to all students that live both on campus and off campus.

For additional information please contact our Fire Safety team at: