A long-term EHS goal is to divide campus into "neighborhoods," with a designated EHS safety manager assigned to each neighborhood. For example, an EHS representative will be assigned to manage safety in Chemistry, Biochemistry, and BPS buildings. EHS already sees the benefits of dedicated safety staff assigned to Veterinary Medical Center, Cyclotron, IPF, RHS, and Grand Rapids CHM. A full-time, comprehensive, hands-on safety approach, facilitiating communications between EHS and campus units, is the most effective strategy to establish and foster a culture of safety at Michigan State University.

EHS teams also travel to off-campus facilities for safety inspections and consultations. See a list of off-campus facilities regularly visited by EHS.