Prevent Hand Sanitizer Burns

You can prevent burns by allowing alcohol-based sanitizers to dry/evaporate before resuming work activity.

Hand sanitizers contain high concentrations of alcohol and alcohol vapors can flame or flash if exposed to an ignition source, switches, or any surface containing static electricity.

Proper Placement of Hand-Sanitizer Dispensers

The California Fire Code has specific requirements when it comes to placing hand-sanitizer dispensers inside or outside a facility.

UC Davis Fire Prevention Services is available to assist with ensuring hand-sanitizer dispensers are installed in a code-compliant manner in rooms and corridors. 

COVID-19 and Field Operations

Travel restrictions, stay-home orders, and suspended campus operations are altering field work and outdoor coursework plans for the coming season. While it may be tempting to physically isolate in a wilderness setting, there are currently additional risks associated with remote work.

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Resources Campus Ready Health and Safety Changes You can expect Health & Safety Changes in late June and fall 2021, including requirements for:
  • Physical distancing
  • Face coverings
  • Daily Symptom Survey
  • COVID-19 testing

Download Health & Safety Changes Matrix

Report COVID-19 Cases & Concerns

UC Davis reviews and verifies COVID-19 confirmed cases.