Safety Programs & Procedures

SCSU has committed to fostering a total safety culture. A safety culture is a shared mind-set based on personal commitment where all believe that performing their jobs safely is essential and is not in competition with personal or organizational priorities. The SCSU occupational safety and health policies listed below support our safety culture vision. The policies will be reviewed on an annual basis.

Adverse Weather Guidelines

Asbestos Operations and Maintenance Plan

Automatic External Defibrillator (AED)

A Workplace Accident and Injury Reduction Program (AWAIR)

Bedbugs - Residential Halls

Blood Borne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan

Campfire Control

Confined Space Entry

Contractor Safety

Dry Ice

Eye and Face Protection

Eyewash and Showers

Fall Protection for Walking and Working Surfaces

First Aid Kits and Blood/Bodily Fluids Clean Up Kits

Fire Safety and Prevention Program

Fluorescent Lamp Collection

Grounds Safety and Mowing Procedures

Hazardous Waste Management/Universal Waste

Health Services Respiratory Protection

Hearing Conservation

Hot Work

Lead Based Paints, Lead Solder, and Heavy Metals

Lockout/Tagout

Mailroom Safety and Contamination Guidelines

Mobile and Stationary Type Elevated Work Platforms

Model Pest Control for Lindgren Child Care Center

OSHA Hazard Assessment Forms

OSHA Site Visit Guidelines

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Performing Arts Center (PAC) Fire Curtain

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Pest Control

Residential Life and Facilities Management Incidents After Normal Business Hours

Respiratory Protection

Right To Know

Safety Committee

Safety Shoe Program

Sherburne Hall Roof Top Radio Frequency Emissions Safety Information

Spill Control for Chemicals/Materials

Chemical Spill Carts and Hazardous Storage Locations:

Spraying Campus Lawns

Window Cleaning; Building Maintenance

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