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  • Env Health & Safety
    Safety Waste Disposal Hazardous Waste Bio Hazardous Waste Risk Management University Insurance Information University Vehicles Camp Insurance Special Events Insurance FGCU Other Insurance Programs Hurricane Information Life Safety Insurance Procedures Resources Florida Statutes Administrative Code Weather Links Safety Risk Management Training Contact Information Phone 239 590 1414 Fax 239 590 1033 Email ehs fgcu edu University Minimum Insurance Requirements FGCU Insurance Requirements Florida Gulf Coast University FGCU enters into various contracts with numerous outside organizations and individuals providing services Under the terms and conditions of a contract or agreement for services the outside entity contractor consultant or vendor must show evidence of adequate insurance coverage by submitting a Certificate of Liability Insurance COLI This certificate must exhibit minimum University limits of liability requirements and an endorsement naming FGCU as additional insured for general liability The COLI is sent to the FGCU department seeking services and a copy must also be forwarded to the FGCU EHS department Click HERE for the matrix showing minimum insurance requirements for those that seek to do business with FGCU The university may permit exceptions to these requirements These minimum insurance limits requirements do not apply to university construction projects The certificate s is required to

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/EHS/CertificationofInsurance.html (2016-02-07)
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    Progress Physical Plant Environmental Initiatives Programs Workplace Safety Injury and Illness Prevention Ergonomics Bloodborne Pathogens Inspections Safety Tips Near Miss Report Laboratory Safety Bloodborne Pathogens Chemical Hygiene Plan General Lab Health and Safety Waste Disposal Hazardous Waste Bio Hazardous Waste Risk Management University Insurance Information University Vehicles Camp Insurance Special Events Insurance FGCU Other Insurance Programs Hurricane Information Life Safety Insurance Procedures Resources Florida Statutes Administrative Code Weather Links Safety

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    Management University Insurance Information University Vehicles Camp Insurance Special Events Insurance FGCU Other Insurance Programs Hurricane Information Life Safety Insurance Procedures Resources Florida Statutes Administrative Code Weather Links Safety Risk Management Training Contact Information Phone 239 590 1414 Fax 239 590 1033 Email ehs fgcu edu Camp Insurance How to Acquire Camp Insurance General overview Camp insurance is available to University departments having day or overnight sport and educational camps This camp insurance is a supplemental insurance program offered through state contract insurance vendor Academic Insurance Solutions Insurance Agency It is designed for participants in sport and educational camps in need of insurance coverage for injuries and or illness sustained during the camp on or off campus Responsibilities Camp Administrator has the primary responsibility of applying and paying for coverage as well as contacting the Assistant Director of EHS within 24 hours of accident or illness Camp Administrator must ensure that medical release forms are complete Camp Administrator must immediately notify EHS of updates to camp roster Environmental Health and Safety has the primary responsibility of offering this supplemental insurance for sport and educational camps held by Florida Gulf Coast University Purchasing procedures for obtaining coverage for camps Review plan options and submit completed on line application and first draft of roster These documents will be stored in the EHS server We ask that you submit your camp s application and roster at least seven business days before the camp start date Please note your invoice will be based upon your estimated number of participants if the number of participants increases please let us know immediately Ensure medical release forms are complete and signed by parent or legal guardian of camper Medical release forms are to be kept secure by the coach faculty or staff person that is responsible for

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/EHS/CampInsurance.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Env Health & Safety
    Safety Environmental Stewardship Sustainability Environmental Sustainability Committee Sustainability Commitments Sustainability Achievements ECOFGCU Involvement Opportunities Events Academics Research Campus as a Living Laboratory Featured Research Centers Institutes and Programs Living Sustainably Transportation Dining Housing Residence Life Recycling Campus Trails Wildlife Wellness Faculty Staff Sustainability Training Operational Initiatives Sustainability Benchmarks Progress Physical Plant Environmental Initiatives Programs Workplace Safety Injury and Illness Prevention Ergonomics Bloodborne Pathogens Inspections Safety Tips Near Miss Report Laboratory Safety Bloodborne Pathogens Chemical Hygiene Plan General Lab Health and Safety Waste Disposal Hazardous Waste Bio Hazardous Waste Risk Management University Insurance Information University Vehicles Camp Insurance Special Events Insurance FGCU Other Insurance Programs Hurricane Information Life Safety Insurance Procedures Resources Florida Statutes Administrative Code Weather Links Safety Risk Management Training Contact Information Phone 239 590 1414 Fax 239 590 1033 Email ehs fgcu edu Special Events Insurance Special Event Insurance Coverage Guidelines on Insurance Coverage for Events at University Facilities Contacts K and K Insurance Event RPG P O Box 2338 Fort Wayne IN 46801 2338 Application for K and K Short Term Special Events click here University Risk Management and Insurance Association URMIA Ms Tracy Paladino Arthur J Gallagher Risk Management Services 6399 S Fiddler s Green Circle

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    Research Centers Institutes and Programs Living Sustainably Transportation Dining Housing Residence Life Recycling Campus Trails Wildlife Wellness Faculty Staff Sustainability Training Operational Initiatives Sustainability Benchmarks Progress Physical Plant Environmental Initiatives Programs Workplace Safety Injury and Illness Prevention Ergonomics Bloodborne Pathogens Inspections Safety Tips Near Miss Report Laboratory Safety Bloodborne Pathogens Chemical Hygiene Plan General Lab Health and Safety Waste Disposal Hazardous Waste Bio Hazardous Waste Risk Management University Insurance Information University Vehicles Camp Insurance Special Events Insurance FGCU Other Insurance Programs Hurricane Information Life Safety Insurance Procedures Resources Florida Statutes Administrative Code Weather Links Safety Risk Management Training Contact Information Phone 239 590 1414 Fax 239 590 1033 Email ehs fgcu edu FGCU Other Insurance Programs Other Insurance Coverage Menu Relates To Link International Travel insurance coverage for additional health and trip interuption Insurance Considerations for International Travelers Boiler and Machinery insurance for university buildings Boiler and Machinery Procedures Boiler and Machinery Claim Form Boiler and Machinery Request For Inspection Boiler and Machinery Supplemental Application use for additions and deletions of buildings Miscellaneous Property insurance coverage for university owned and borrowed property Misc Property Procedures Misc Property Certificate of Insurance Request Form Misc Property Insurance Claim Form Fine Arts insurance

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  • Env Health & Safety
    and assume people will enter your laboratory for water clean up or damage assessment Please take steps to ensure all hazardous materials are properly secured so that anyone can enter the space unattended and without the use of special equipment Complete this checklist template as a part of your Departmental Tropical Weather Plan The checklist template below is to aid you in identifying tasks and assigning responsibilities for preparing laboratory areas Not all items are appropriate for all areas and departments and researchers should add or remove items appropriate for their individual laboratories as needed When tropical weather is imminent consider preparations necessary to suspend ongoing experiments Do not wait until FGCU suspends normal business operations Note No personnel are allowed in a laboratory during a storm or while FGCU has suspended normal business operations due to a pending or recent storm unless arrangements are made with the University Police Department Take steps year round to reduce impacts from tropical weather and other incidents Regularly Keep chemical radiological and bio hazardous materials in your inventory to a minimum Dispose of hazardous wastes and old chemicals routinely to minimize accumulation of hazardous materials in your facility Dispose of unneeded biological specimens Ensure refrigerators and freezers with critical contents are plugged lines designated with red outlets connected to the backup generator Secure close the valves and replace valve covers on all gas cylinders Identify a secure area for storage of water reactive chemicals radioactive materials and bio hazardous agents ideally in interior rooms Update and distribute emergency and contact information to laboratory personnel Regularly maintain emergency call list on the notice board at the laboratory door Maintain a stock of critical supplies to prevent disruptions Plan in advance how to ensure the protection of valuable research equipment samples and data Maintain a

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  • Env Health & Safety
    inside buildings are to help building occupants get out of a potentially dangerous situation or to put out a fire that is small usually the size of a small waste paper basket Anything bigger than that we strongly recommend that you activate the fire alarm system and evacuate the building Evacuation Our primary concern is to evacuate everyone from a burning building in a orderly fashion To accomplish this building occupants must be prepared in advance that is why we have fire drills annually to educate the building occupants and to test the fire protection equipment So when the fire alarm sounds immediate evacuation is mandatory In the event you are in a room with a closed door and the fire alarm sound do not immediately open the door You must first determine if door is hot if hot remain in room until fire fighters get to you and evacuate you from room Stuff towels sheets or other material under the door to keep smoke out If you are able to exit the building make sure that you leave lights on and shut door behind as you leave room or hallway doors Never use elevators in buildings when fire alarm system is activated Once outside move a reasonable distance as taugh in fire drills The fire department needs space in order to extinguish fire so being at a safe zone is required NEVER RE ENTER A BURNING BUILDING Stay outside until you are told to re enter building by fire department or university officials Evacution of Individuals with disabilities It is recommended that students contact Adaptive Services to notify them of your schedule Faculty staff and visitors contact the Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance to alert them of your location this way in the event of an emergency fire fighters know your location in case of an emergency When the fire alarm activates and you are unable to make your way down stairs obtain assistance from others if they are able to help you in case of an emergency If others can t help in the event of an emergency remain in stairwell or exterior landings and ask them to notify fire fighters of your location and that you need immediate rescue The stairwells or exterior landings are called areas of refuge these areas are design to provide protection from smoke and fire moreover you must keep the stairwell doors and doors leading to the outside public ways closed as well If you are unable to make you way to stairwell or area of refuge and fire alarm is not activated ask several individuals to activate the fire alarm on your floor This will alert the fire fighters rescue team by illuminating the light on the annunciator panel for your building Again if able go to a room and close door behind you and let everyone that you see to let fire fighters know your whereabouts in building Fire produces smoke so when smoke invades upper space first most

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    for the vehicle Filing a Claim If another vehicle was involved begin with the procedures under Automobile Liability Insurance Notify Environmental Health and Safety by noon of the following day for assistance in filing the claim With the notification include a police report or report case number if possible photographs digital pictures of the damage and a written summary of what occurred For University vehicles other than police vehicles Environmental Health and Safety will contact Progressive Express Insurance Company at 888 515 3296 and reference Policy 06028584 3 to initiate the claim For all University police vehicles with a driver s cage Environmental Health and Safety will contact Arthur J Gallagher Insurance Company at 1 800 356 5750 and reference policy 74APS052923 to initiate the claim Typically the vehicle owner will need to take the vehicle to an insurance company preferred repair shop for repairs Premium Premiums for vehicle insurance must be paid by the Division Administrative Services Student Affairs Academic Affairs owning the vehicle Federal Civil Rights Liability and Employment Discrimination Coverage The Bureau of State Liability Claims investigates and makes appropriate disposition of federal civil rights employment and court awarded attorney fee claims for damages filed against the state due to alleged negligent acts of state employees Coverage Pays all sums which the University shall become legally obligated to pay subject to exclusions arising from employment discrimination actions filed under 42 USC 2000e Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 handicap discrimination the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 the Vietnam Era Veteran s Readjustment Act of 1974 and other similar employment discrimination acts and statutes Exclusions See the policy for details Obtaining Coverage Coverage is provided for all University employees agents or official volunteers while acting within the course and scope of their employment or responsibilities Filing a Claim File claims through the University s General Counsels Office Claims under this program are managed by the State Federal Civil Rights section P remium Paid for by the University Court Awarded Attorney Fees The Bureau of State Liability Claims investigates and makes appropriate disposition of court awarded attorney fee claims filed against the state due to alleged negligent acts of state employees Coverage To pay on behalf of the insured court awarded attorney fees and cost as set forth in Chapter 284 Part 11 Florida Statutes in other proceedings against the State in which the State is not a prevailing party If a State agency files suit against an outside party the defendant may serve notice to have their attorney fees paid by the State if the court finds in their favor Exclusions See policy for details Obtaining Coverage is provided for all University employees agents or official volunteers while acting within the course and scope of their employment or responsibilities Filing a Claim A party to a suit in any court entitled to have attorney fees paid by the State must serve a copy of the pleadings claiming the fees on the Department of Insurance in accordance with Chapter 284 30 Florida Statutes Premium Paid for by the University Property Building and Contents Insurance The Florida Division of Financial Services through the Division of Risk Management provides insurance coverage for University owned buildings and their contents through the State Risk Management Trust Fund Program Fund The Fund will cover University property contents in leased buildings and can insure a leased building if the lease agreement requires such the University is leasing the entire building and approval is obtained from the Fund prior to signing the lease Coverage The Fund provides protection against direct loss by fire rental income lightning windstorm hail explosion riot civil commotion aircraft vehicles smoke flood sinkhole and by removal from any premises endangered by one of the perils insured against There is a 500 deductable for losses due to flooding and a 2 500 deductible for all other covered losses Exclusions The Fund does not cover personal property loss by theft currency securities manuscripts museum collections artifacts livestock and other items similar in nature to these listed exceptions This policy does not cover losses due to flooding from plumbing or other maintenance issues Obtaining Coverage It is essential that all University property be listed and insured with the Fund in order to obtain coverage in the event of a loss When verifying the location of new equipment to FGCU Finance and Accounting it is imperative that the equipment locations be the physical location of the equipment not the address of the purchasing department Departments must inform Finance and Accounting whenever the movement of property between buildings or a new purchase greatly affects the total contents value of a building Environmental Health and Safety will obtain coverage for newly constructed buildings when Facilities Planning provides a copy of the certificate of substantial completion the building valuation as defined by the State and the building specifications for size and use Coverage for leased buildings requires permission obtained from the Fund through Environmental Health and Safety prior to signing the lease Filing a Claim To make a claim in the event of a loss notify Environmental Health and Safety with a written email report of the loss and the value of the contents or cost for building repairs or replacement Environmental Health and Safety will file the claim with the Fund Environmental Health and Safety must report claims to the Fund within ninety 90 days of the date of the loss Premium The Department of Financial Services calculates the premium based on intended use of the building the contents and rental income if applicable The premium is paid by the University Boiler and Machinery Policy This is an optional statewide commercial policy program to provide financial protection from damage to University property and liability for injury or damages to others Coverage This is a property damage and liability policy covering losses the State Risk Management Trust Fund does not cover including accidents involving any boiler fired or unfired vessel normally subject to vacuum or internal pressure other than static pressure of contents refrigerating system piping with its accessory equipment and mechanical or electrical machine or apparatus which generates controls transmits transforms or utilizes mechanical or electrical power Exclusions Contact Environmental Health and Safety for current policy exclusions Obtaining Environmental Health and Safety obtains this insurance through the Department of Management Services Environmental Health and Safety will also assist in obtaining a certificate under this coverage if requested Filing a Claim Provide a written statement email and photographs of the loss to Environmental Health and Safety Environmental Health and Safety will assist with filing the claim For claim form click here Premium The University pays the premium for this coverage Electronic Data Processing Equipment This is an optional statewide commercial policy program to provide coverage for computers peripherals and scientific or medical instruments Coverage This policy covers perils including theft not covered by the State Property Insurance Program Exclusions Contact Environmental Health and Safety for current policy exclusions Obtaining The University obtains this coverage for all University inventoried computers and peripherals Scientific and medical instruments may be included upon request and with approval of the underwriter Filing a Claim Notify Environmental Health and Safety of a loss as soon as is practical and for assistance in filing the claim Claims must be filed with the underwriter within 90 days of discovery of the loss Each claim notification must provide documentation to support the insured value and proof that the equipment was included in the reported total insurable value Insurance Claim Form EDPE Insurance Reporting Form Certificate of Insurance Request Form Premium The premium is paid by the University for computer and peripherals on the inventory Participating departments may be responsible for their share of the premium for medical or scientific equipment Miscellaneous Property This is an optional statewide commercial policy program to provide protection against loss damage or theft of property loaned or leased to the University if the use agreement specifically requires that insurance be provided by the University Coverage This policy is to insure exhibits loaned or leased to the University and displayed on campus and work related office or laboratory equipment while it is transported from another location for new staff Exhibits are covered only when they are under the custodial control of the University Equipment the University does not own but is being utilized by University employees may qualify for coverage if the lease or loan agreement states that the University must provide insurance coverage Exclusions Exhibits loaned by the University to another party must be insured by that other party There must be a written agreement between the University department and the loaner lesser that stipulates the insurance requirement University owned equipment may not be insured on the miscellaneous property policy Obtaining Departments must notify Environmental Health and Safety in writing email prior to an upcoming exhibit equipment usage or move they wish to insure under this program Notification must include the dates for coverage a list of the items and artists names if applicable with individual values to be insured and a copy of the agreement requiring the University to provide coverage Monthly based on current insurance term update reports are filed by Environmental Health and Safety with the Department of Management Services Filing a Claim Report the loss to the University Police Department Provide a written statement email photographs if available and a written description of the item to Environmental Health and Safety Environmental Health and Safety will file the claim in accordance with current insurer s instructions Premium Premium is paid by University Participating departments may be responsible for their share of the premium Specialized Fine Arts Exhibits This is an optional statewide commercial policy program to provide protection against loss damage or theft of extremely expensive artwork Coverage This policy provides coverage for unique fine arts on loan or owned by the University including museum collections fine art murals stained glass and sculptures and covers all risk of direct physical loss or damage to insured property Exclusions Contact Environmental Health and Safety for current policy exclusions Obtaining Environmental Health and Safety will assist departments in obtaining this insurance through the Department of Management Services Filing a Claim Report the loss to the University Police Department Provide a written statement email and photographs of the loss to Environmental Health and Safety Environmental Health and Safety will assist with filing the claim Click on this link for claim form Premium Paid for by the University Contractor s Equipment This is an optional statewide commercial policy program to provide protection against loss damage or theft of equipment Coverage This coverage provides protection against all risk of direct physical loss or of damage to insured mobile machinery mobile equipment vehicles and other miscellaneous property subject to a transportation feature including recreational vehicles and trailers Exclusions Contact Environmental Health and Safety for current policy exclusions Obtaining Environmental Health and Safety will assist departments in obtaining this insurance through the Department of Management Services Environmental Health and Safety will also assist in obtaining a certificate of insurance under this coverage if requested Click on this link for COI form All equipment over 250 000 must receive prior approval All equipment valued up to 250 000 is covered automatically if coverage is purchased after the effective date and reported on the first quarterly report submitted immediately after the purchase of the new equipment Filing a Claim Report the loss to the University Police Department Provide a written statement email and photographs of the loss to Environmental Health and Safety Environmental Health and Safety will assist with filing the claim Click on this link for claim form Premium Participating departments are responsible for their share of the premium Crimes This is an optional statewide commercial policy program providing coverage for employee dishonesty excess employee dishonesty and faithful performance of duty theft disappearance and destruction Coverage Employee Dishonesty insurance provides protection against loss of money securities and other property with intrinsic value as a result of a dishonest act committed by an employee that is not otherwise excluded Excess Employee Dishonesty insurance provides an extra limit for protection against loss of money securities and other property with intrinsic value as a result of a dishonest act committed by an employee that is not otherwise excluded Faithful Performance of Duty insurance provides protection against loss of money securities and other property with intrinsic value when an employee fails to faithfully perform duties prescribed by law Theft Disappearance and Destruction insurance provides protection against theft disappearance or destruction of money and securities inside or outside Insured premises other than acts committed by an employee Exclusions Contact Environmental Health and Safety for current policy exclusions Obtaining Environmental Health and Safety will assist departments in obtaining this insurance through the Department of Management Services Filing a Claim Report the loss to the University Police Department Provide a written statement email and photographs of the loss to Environmental Health and Safety Environmental Health and Safety will assist with filing the claim Premium Paid for by the University Police Officer Accidental Death and Dismemberment This is an optional statewide commercial policy providing coverage for accidental death dismemberment and loss of sight from active duty for University law enforcement officers Coverage Employees of the state who are vested with authority to bear arms and make arrests and whose primary responsibility is the prevention and detection of crime or the enforcement of the penal criminal traffic boating or highway laws of the state Exclusions Contact Environmental Health and Safety for current policy exclusions Obtaining Environmental Health and Safety assists the University Police Department with arranging this coverage for University Police Officers Accidental Death and Dismemberment Beneficiary Form By October of each fiscal year the number of covered officers must be updated Filing a Claim Environmental Health and Safety assists with filing claims under this coverage for University Police Officers Accidental Death and Dismemberment Claim Form Premium Paid for by the University Aircraft Insurance This optional state wide commercial policy provides coverage for personal injury and property damage arising from incidents involving University aircraft No current use at FGCU until someone purchases or constructs a University owned aircraft Ocean Marine Insurance This optional statewide commercial policy provides coverage for all watercraft owned leased or loaned to the University Coverage Coverage available includes Hull Coverage Designed to pay physical damage losses caused to the vessel Such loss or damage may be caused by fire lightning windstorm hail tornado collision sinking and other perils identified by the policy Land Transit Coverage is extended to include physical damage to the vessel during transit Protection Indemnity Coverage Indemnifies the Insured your Agency University for any sums which the Insured as owner lessee of the vessel shall have become liable to pay due to losses such as those from loss of life bodily injury or illness This includes collision liability and hospital medical and related expenses This coverage is necessary when a vessel has a dedicated captain or crew Exclusions Coverage is excluded for divers and divers assistants Obtaining Environmental Health and Safety will assist University watercraft owners or users in selecting and purchasing this coverage and obtaining a certificate of insurance if required Filing a Claim A University employee involved in a potential claim through the operation of a watercraft should attempt to obtain a police Coast Guard or other law enforcement report or report case number complete a Non Employee Incident Report pictures of the loss and provide a statement from his or her supervisor stating the operator was operating the watercraft in the course and scope of their employment at the time of the incident Provide this information to Environmental Health and Safety Environmental Health and Safety will use this information to complete an Ocean Marine Insurance claim Premium This premium is the responsibility of the department or division operating the watercraft Camper Insurance This optional statewide commercial policy provides University Summer Camp Program participants coverage for sickness and accidental bodily injury sustained while in attendance Coverage Provides benefits for any person enrolled as a camper or participant as listed on the camp application and for whom a premium has been paid This policy will cover any unexpected or unforeseen occurrence which results in bodily injury to an Insured Person while traveling directly without interruption to or from an organized activity or program and while participating in any regularly scheduled and supervised activity Plan A Primary coverage without Sickness Plan C Primary coverage with Sickness recommended for overnight camps Use of plan B or D is not recommended Exclusions Below are some of the common exclusions that apply to this coverage Refer to the policy for a list of all exclusions Suicide self destruction attempted self destruction or intentional self inflicted injury while sane or insane Voluntarily taking any drugs or narcotic unless the drug or narctic is prescribed by a Physician Covered Expenses for which the Covered Person would not be responsible in the absence of this Policy Injury casused by contributed to or resulting from the Covered Person s use of alcohol illegal drugs or medicines that are not taken in the dosage as prescribed by Covered Person s Physician Damage to or loss of dentures or bridges or damage to existing orthodontic equipment except as specifically provided in the this Policy Eyeglasses contact lenses or hearing aids Travel or flight in or on any vehicle for aerial navigation including boarding or alighting from while riding as a passenger in any aircraft not intended or licensed for the transportion of passengers Obtaining Provide completed application and first draft of roster to Environmental Health and Safety at least seven business days prior to the camp start date For example if a camp will start on July 1st the application and roster is due on or before June 22nd The roster should include the name of the camp the camp administrator identification as a sport or non sport camp the dates

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