Stanford University

Healthy Buildings

The Healthy Buildings Program (HBP) brings a holistic approach to health and safety in Stanford’s built environment.

Service areas of the Healthy Buildings Program include:

  • Construction and facility maintenance support to safely manage hazardous building materials such as asbestos, lead paint, and mold.
  • Workplace health stewardship in areas such as hearing conservation, respiratory protection, and indoor air quality.
  • Review of new building design and construction materials to promote healthy building occupancy.
  • Project support for laboratory, storage tank and emergency generator decommissioning, construction safety, and playground safety.

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