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University Risk Management

The goal for Risk Management is to collaborate with the campus community, identify and assess risk, increase safety and decrease potential loss while advancing the mission of the University. 

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Risk Management Training Driver Clearance Hazard Reporting

For immediate emergency assistance, please call Public Safety's emergency line at (209) 946-3911.

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Information about policies and procedures regarding travel and motor vehicles at Pacific

Information and tools for Property and Liability Insurance at Pacific Information about Environmental Policies and Procedures at Pacific. Information and practices regarding Injury  Illness Protection at Pacific.

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Open Flame Restrictions   Annual Asbestos Memo
Monthly Highlight for April: Air Quality Awareness
The month of April includes Air Quality Awareness Week which is the week of Monday, April 28, 2014. With the high probability of a dry summer for our region, citizens should be aware of their quality of Air. Below you will find air quality information, facts and resources to help you be knowledgeable about air quality and how the quality of air can affect your health.                               ljfjfj jfjfj jfjfj fjf jjjjjjjjjjjjj jjjjjjjjjjjjjjj jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj jjjjjjjjjjjjj j jjjjjjjjjjjjjjj jjjjjjjjjjjjjjj jjjjjjjjjj jjjj
Air Quality Information Fast Facts Resources
According to the Environmental Protection Agency website:
  • The Clean Air Act requires the EPA to set a National Ambient Air Quality Standard for the six common air pollutants
  • The six common air pollutants are carbon monoxide, sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides, and lead
  • There are two types of standards: primary standards (for "sensitive" populations) and secondary standards (for public welfare protection)
Did you know:
  • The "good ozone" occurs naturally and is 6-30 miles above the Earth's surface
  • The "bad ozone" is created by harmful chemicals (such as pollutants emitted by cars, refineries, industrial boilers, chemical plants, power plants, and more) reacting to sunlight
  • Extended exposure to toxic air pollutants can increase the chance of cancer, damage the immune system, affect one's development and respiratory system and more.

Resources from various organizations:

 Ways to reduce air pollution: Turn off appliances when not in use. Recyle, reduce, reuse.
Inflate your tires to safe on fuel. Carpool, bike or use public transportation.
More ways to reduce air pollution - click here.

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