Time & Location: 3rd Wednesday, 11:00 am -12:00 pm, HS 214
The mission of the Glendale Community College Safety Committee is to address its role in the governance process by providing constituent input regarding the promotion of a safe environment for all faculty, staff, students, and visitors of the college. The committee has the responsibility to consult with its appointing constituencies, the District Risk Manager, Campus Police, and other administrative departments to address occupational health and safety issues, as well as to develop recommended suggestions to proactively address and remediate campus safety issues.
The activities of the Safety Committee may include, but are not limited to the following:
1. Attending to specific tasks assigned by the Administrative Affairs Committee;
2. Receiving reports about unsafe conditions and directing them to the appropriate department along with any recommendations;
3. Reviewing student accident reports, campus police statistical reports, and workers compensation accident reports in order to help identify unsafe work practices and/or campus conditions and suggest possible remedies to the appropriate department(s);
4. Making recommendations regarding campus emergency procedures;
5. Providing support and serving as a resource in the development of campus safety programs (e.g. occupational health and safety training);
6. Encouraging input and feedback from all individuals with regard to campus safety related ideas, problems, and solutions.
The Safety Committee reports to the Administrative Affairs Committee and sends all appropriate safety items to this standing committee for approval and further action.
For membership listing see the Blue List.