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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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Monthly Highlight for May: Levee Awareness

Have you ever wondered what a levee is? In the month of May, the office of Enterprise Risk Management will offer information about levees. Seeing as the Stockton campus has a levee running through it, the campus community would benefit from knowing levee definitions, safety and risk factors. Below you will find helpful information and resources about levees according to FEMA. jjjjjjjjjjjjjj jjjjjjjjjj jjjj

Information Fast Facts Resources
Anatomy of a Levee :
  • A levee consists of a levee crown, embankment, freeboard, and levee toe.
  • Levee Crown is the flat surface at the top of a levee.
  • Embankment is a mound of earth raised to retain or divert the water.
  • Freeboard is the height of a levee above the established "flood level".
  • Levee Toe is the edge of the levee where the base meets the natural ground.
Did you know:
  • Levees reduce the risk of temporary flooding.
  • Covering earthen levees with grass, gravel, asphalt or concrete can protect against erosion.
  • Levees are constructed by careful engineering practices which consist of floodwalls, closures, drainage devices and the like.
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