Environmental Health & Safety Office

Fire Safety

The EHSO Fire Safety Program provides a fire safe campus environment by identifying and eliminating potential fire hazards through consistent and comprehensive building fire inspection procedures emphasizing compliance with all applicable fire and building codes.

The Fire Safety Program is responsible for fire safety building inspections, fire investigations, Uniform Fire and Building code interpretations and technical assistance, new construction and building renovation plans review, fire exit drills, and the inspection, maintenance, and testing of all fire protection equipment on UH Hilo locations.

Education and training programs are also available to any on-campus group upon request. Programs include relevant lecture, audio/video presentations, and hands-on fire extinguisher training.

The Fire Safety Program is administered through the UH Mānoa EHSO .

Fire Log (past 60 days)

Date Time Location Nature of Fire
No fires reported in student housing facilities in the last 60 days

The fire log reports any reported fires within the last 60 day period prior to the submittal of the Annual Fire Report. The UH Hilo Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is submitted for the previous calendar year. Therefore, the Fire Log and Fire Statistics table (previous section) are separate and do not report fires that occur in the same calendar year.

A hard copy is available upon request, from the Director of Campus Security .