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  • Emergency
    emergency preparedness efforts please contact Asst Director of Safety Risk Management Amy Thomas at 209 667 3114 9 1 1 for Emergency on Campus For Police Fire or Medical from any campus phone free from pay phones or use Emergency Blue Light Call Boxes 1 located on campus Remain calm give your name location nature type of emergency Emergency Hotline 877 STAN411 877 782 6411 In case university wide emergency or disruption 24 hr recorded information will be provided and regularly updated at this number UPD Dispatch 209 667 3114 Non emergency line for the University Police Department on campus Update your Contact Info 2 All faculty staff and students should regularly ensure their StanAlert contact information is up to date 3 Launched in February 2003 Ready is a national public service advertising campaign designed to educate and empower Americans to prepare for and respond to emergencies including natural disasters and potential terrorist attacks The goal of the campaign is to get the public involved and ultimately to increase the level of basic preparedness across the nation 4 The American Red Cross has developed extensive information regarding how to prepare yourself for emergencies as well as addressing public concerns about

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/print/emergency (2016-02-15)
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  • Report a Safety Concern | California State University Stanislaus
    For such reports please contact Facilities Services by phone at 209 667 3211 by email Facilities Services csustan edu or you may complete a work order by clicking here But if you have observed a non emergency condition that you think may create a health or safety risk for you or another person please report that condition Description of Safety Hazard Concern When was the Safety Concern observed Month Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Day Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Year Year 2014 2015 2016 Time Location If available please attach a photo of safety hazard issue Files must be less than 5 MB Allowed file types gif jpg png Have you addressed the concern yourself None Yes No If yes how Have you referred this concern to anyone else Check all that apply UPD Facilities Services Other If other please list the department names Other departments persons notified If concern has been referred what is the date referred Month Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Day Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Year Year 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 To the best of your knowledge has anyone been injured Yes No Unknown If injuries occurred please fill out these sections as well Name the individual s injured and department Has the injury been reported to the supervisor or Workers Comp Coordinator Yes No Optional If you would like for someone to

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/safety-risk-management/report-safety-concern (2016-02-15)
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  • Safety & Risk Management
    methods to prioritize risks evaluate costs of risk and monitor results Providing risk management training to the University community Developing campus risk management policies and procedures Selecting the best risk management techniques to manage risk without unduly curtailing or modifying activities necessary to the University mission Transferring risk through liability waivers hold harmless agreements or through vendor contracting Report a Safety Concern 1 California State University Stanislaus One University Circle

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/print/safety-risk-management (2016-02-15)
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  • Academic Field Trip Guidelines | California State University Stanislaus
    consequences of non compliance and take appropriate action when aware that participants are in violation Notify student participants that personal transportation arrangements are done so at their own risk The University does not provide insurance and is not responsible for students that make their own travel arrangements to and from a field trip meeting site CSU policy No alcoholic beverage or chemical substance drugs except for personal prescription medication shall be transported in a University or privately owned vehicle that is being used in support of a University sponsored academic or athletic related activity Questions or concerns contact Risk Manager Emergency Response Plan The emergency response plan will provide guidelines to assist the trip coordinator and field trip participants if an emergency arises The field trip coordinator should exercise his or her best judgment in order to minimize risk or injury to all participants if an unexpected situation arises that is not addressed in the response plan The components of the emergency response plan should include A directive to immediately call 911 in all cases involving serious injury or death multiple injuries or extensive property damage The first priority is to care for any injured individuals The names and locations of nearby hospitals or other facilities near the final destination that would be able to offer assistance A directive to remain with any injured student participants as circumstances permit until relieved by a responsible individual such as a family member or emergency medical personnel A directive to contact the College Dean as soon as is reasonably possible after the situation has stabilized The contact number for the Dean should be included in the emergency response plan The Dean will coordinate with Student Affairs to obtain emergency contact information from the department chair and or faculty coordinator and ensure that any necessary contacts are made The name of a field trip participant who will assume responsibility for carrying out the emergency response plan in the event the trip coordinator is incapacitated This person should have access to the participants emergency contact information A directive to call the Public Information Officer at 209 667 3997 if the situation attracts media attention All media inquiries should be referred to the Public Information Officer Authorized Stanislaus State Field Trip Participants Stan State faculty and staff Enrolled students in regular or extended education classes Approved Volunteer Employees Guests including family members and friends are not allowed on academic field trips to minimize the risk exposure and liability to the University Field Trip Liability Release Each student participant is required to sign a field trip liability release prior to each trip The purpose of the field trip liability release is to provide notice of potential risks to the participant and to discourage claims against the University Consult the Risk Manager for a customized form if the field trip involves overnight stay hazardous or strenuous activity or potentially dangerous locations Retain signed field trip liability releases in the academic department office for three 3 years in event

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/safety-risk-management/academic-field-trip-guidelines (2016-02-15)
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  • Business Continuity Planning | California State University Stanislaus
    Business Continuity Planning Per Executive Order 1014 California State University Business Continuity Program the President or his her designee is responsible for implementing and maintaining an ongoing program on each campus that ensures the continuity of essential functions or operations following or during the recovery phase of a catastrophic event California State University Stanislaus has appointed a Business Continuity Planning Workgroup that helps to ensure that Executive Order 1014 is being met Business Continuity is how business will operate when our normal operating procedures are not possible We can sometimes confuse Business Continuity with Emergency Operations however they are different Emergency operations are about the safety and security of individuals whereas Business Continuity is about resuming operations as quickly as possible so the consequences of a slow recovery after an incident is minimum if at all any Contact Information Malinda Simao Business Continuity Coordinator California State University Stanislaus PH 209 667 3662 Email msimao csustan edu Helpful Documents Critical Functions Guide StanReady Glossary Effective Business Continuity Planning Tips Uploading Documents in StanReady Continuity of Operations Plan COOP Maintenance Sign off Sheet Business Continuity 101 Video Printer friendly version Safety Risk Management Academic Field Trip Guidelines Business Continuity Planning Our Progress

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/safety-risk-management/business-continuity-planning (2016-02-15)
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  • Camp Risk & Insurance | California State University Stanislaus
    Home Financial Support Services Gateway Safety Risk Management Camp Risk Insurance Camp Risk Insurance Planning a camp or clinic on campus There are special considerations and guidelines to manage the risk and insurance for sports and academic camps held at CSU Stanislaus Here is what you will need to do in order to plan a safe and successful camp or clinic Fill out the Camp Clinic Risk Assesment pdf and return it to the University Police DepartmentAttn Safety and Risk Management at least 14 calendar days PRIOR to the event start date Notify Risk Management of all adult staff members We will check the fingerprint clearance database and let you know which persons still need to be fingerprinted You will be contacted regarding any background clearance procedures necessary Use the appropriate Participant Release Informed Consent form Non Athletic Camp Clinic Release of Liability pdf Sport Camp Participant Release pdf A Release form must be received from EVERY camp participant Minor age 18 years participants must have a parent guardian complete and sign the form Documents by a parent or guardian on behalf of a minor must be retained for at least three 3 years after an activity ends or until the minor turns twenty whichever is longer Fill out a roster pdf and return it to Safety and Risk Management after the camp is completed for compliance with the camp insurance coverage If you plan to have food at your camp and it is not provided by Campus Dining then you must fill out and submit a Temporary Food Permit pdf form at least 14 calendar days PRIOR to the event start date Questions or concerns contact Risk Manager Printer friendly version Safety Risk Management Academic Field Trip Guidelines Business Continuity Planning Camp Risk Insurance Campus Safety Committee Certificates of

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/safety-risk-management/camp-risk-insurance (2016-02-15)
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  • Campus Safety Committee | California State University Stanislaus
    Ways To Give Contact Us A Z Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Financial Support Services Gateway Safety Risk Management Campus Safety Committee Campus Safety Committee References and Forms Committee Charge and Membership pdf Meeting Minutes 01 25 16 Meeting Agenda 01 25 16 Meeting Minutes 12 7 15 Meeting Agenda 12 7 15 Meeting Minutes 11 2 15 Meeting Agenda 11 2 15 Meeting Minutes 10 5 15 Meeting Agenda 10 5 15 Meeting Minutes 09 1 15 Meeting Agenda 09 1 15 Mission To improve the safety culture across Stanislaus State facilities and sites where individuals are actively involved in the promotion and protection of the well bieng of the Stanislaus State community The Campus Safety Committee meets monthly Contact Safety Risk Management at risk csustan edu for more information Printer friendly version Safety Risk Management Academic Field Trip Guidelines Business Continuity Planning Camp Risk Insurance Campus Safety Committee Certificates of Insurance Documents Forms Insurance Claims Process International Travel Safety Newsletter Release of Liability Waivers FAQs Report a Safety Concern Environmental Health Safety Special Event Safety Planning Sponsored Programs for

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/safety-risk-management/campus-safety-committee (2016-02-15)
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  • Certificate of Insurance & Additional Insured Endorsement | California State University Stanislaus
    maintains appropriate insurance at the levels required by an off campus entity A Certificate of Insurance with an Additional Insured Endorsement provides evidence that the University maintains appropriate insurance at the levels required by an off campus entity and extends insurance coverage to that entity When an academic department or administrative unit conducts an activity at an off campus location that department or unit will often receive a request for a Certificate of Insurance and or an Additional Insured Endorsement To request a Certificate of Insurance or an endorsement please complete the Certificate of Insurance Request Form listed at top of page If the off campus entity is requesting an Additional Insured Endorsement please e mail or fax a copy of the contract or document showing the insurance requirement to 667 3104 Requests for a Certificate of Insurance with an Additional Insured Endorsement will be processed only if the contract has been signed by a University employee with written delegated contracting authority according to Executive Order 775 Most certificates of insurance or endorsements can be produced within ten business days When the certificate of insurance or endorsement has been completed copies will be sent both to the department or unit

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/safety-risk-management/certificate-insurance-additional-insured-endorsement (2016-02-15)
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