The safety committee and each of the written management plans establish the foundation for a comprehensive safety process. The management plans define the implementation policies and procedures, the process for educating staff, and how we measure performance. In addition, these plans establish a formal organizational structure designed to facilitate the achievement of our safety goals and objectives.
Please click on the below links for the detailed policies:
Safety Management• Incident Investigation and Reporting• Bloodborne Pathogen• Fall Prevention & Protection• Aerial Lift Safety• The Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout)• Personal Protective Equipment• Confined Space Entry• Hearing Conservation• Contractor’s Safety Handbook• Forklifts and Tow MotorsSecurity Management• Golf Cart and Service Vehicle Safety• Key and Access ControlHazardous Materials and Waste Management• Hazardous Waste Management and Disposal• Universal and Regulated Waste Management• Hazard Communication• Asbestos ManagementLab Safety Management• Chemical HygieneFire Safety Management• Fire ProceduresEmergency Management• Emergency Response Plan• Tab A Power Failure• Tab O Bomb Threat or Suspicious Packages• Tab O Bomb Threat Checklist• Tab Q Active Shooter-Hostage Barricade Incident• Tab X Fire Emergency• Tab JJ Extreme Weather Events• Tab SS Pandemic-Campus OutbreakUtility Systems Management