Category: Compliance

Unmanned Aircraft Policy

Approved: 12 July 2016 Unmanned Aircraft (Drones and Model Aircraft) Policy Scope This policy applies to: University of Saint Francis employees and students operating unmanned aircraft systems(UAS) as part of their University employment or as part of University activities; The

Minors on Campus Policy

University Policy for Minors on Campus I. Policy Statement II. Purpose III. Definitions IV. Policy Elaboration V. Contacts VI. Addendum   I. Policy Statement Fostering a safe and healthy environment for minors is essential to the fulfillment of the University

Fishing Policy

Fishing Policy Fishing in Mirror Lake is permitted for students, employees, retirees and their guests. A signed permit good for one year and available from Security must be obtained beforehand. Guests must be accompanied by a USF permit holder. Please

Electrical Safety

Electrical Safety Policy  PURPOSE AND SCOPE  The Electrical Safety program is designed to prevent electrically related injuries and property damage. This program also provides for proper training of maintenance employees to ensure they have the requisite knowledge and understanding of

Fire Safety & Prevention

FIRE SAFETY/PREVENTION PLAN I.  PURPOSE AND SCOPE OSHA’s Fire Safety and Prevention Plan regulations, 29 CFR 1910.39, or [29 CFR 1910.38 (a)] requires University of Saint Francis, to have a written Fire Prevention Plan (FPP). This plan applies to all

HazCom Plan

The USF written Hazard Communication (HazCom) Program describes the methods used to ensure employees are provided with the appropriate chemical hazard information. This program establishes responsibilities for departments, supervisors, and employees to accomplish this task. This document addresses only the

Chemical Hygiene Plan

Chemical Hygiene Policy Chemical Hygiene Plan In case of an Emergency:   Campus Security:   x7888 260-399-7888 (off campus) Chemical Hygiene Officer, Sr. Carol Meyers D.A. 260-399-7700  x8223 Lab Assistant,  Paula Avila 260-399-7700   x8205 Director of Safety and Security,  Richard Robbins 260-399-7700 

Identity Theft Prevention

Identity Theft Prevention Policy BACKGROUND In response to the growing threats of identity theft in the United States, Congress passed the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (FACTA), which amended a previous law, the Fair Credit Reporting Act

Environmental Policy & Plan

USF Environmental Plan      USF Environmental Policy University of Saint Francis Environmental Policy The University of Saint Francis, in accordance with its mission and values, endeavors to minimize pollution, comply with applicable regulations and support continuous improvement of environmental policies and

Fall Protection Plan

OSHA (29 CFR 1910 Subparts D & F, 29 CFR 1926 Subpart M)    I.              PURPOSE AND SCOPE Falls are among the most common causes of serious work related injuries and deaths. Employers must set up the work place to

Lockout/tagout

Lockout/Tagout Procedure  BACKGROUND/PURPOSE  Locking and tagging out equipment safeguards employees from being injured by unexpected release of stored energy or re-energizing of equipment during installation, adjustment, service, or maintenance of powered machines. This document describes the acceptable procedures on the

Confined Spaces

CONFINED SPACES POLICY – OSHA (29 CFR 1910.146)  I. BACKGROUND The purpose of this policy is to inform interested persons, including employees that the University of Saint Francis is complying with the Occupational Safety & Health Administration Confined Space Standard,

Bloodborne Pathogens

OSHA (29 CFR 1910.1030) BLOODBORNE PATHOGEN EXPOSURE CONTROL PLAN I.    BACKGROUND/PURPOSE The purpose of this plan is to inform interested persons, including employees, that the University of Saint Francis is complying with the Occupational Safety & Health Administration Confined Space

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