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University Risk Management

The Mission of Enterprise Risk Management is to support a superior student-centered learning experience by empowering the campus community to make educated risk decisions. 

 Quick Access Links:     

Risk Management Training

Driver Clearance

Reporting Safety Concerns

 For HIPAA Training, please email us as riskmanagement@pacific.edu 

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

    Travel and Motor Vehicles        

Property and Liability Insurance

Environmental Policies and Procedures

Injury Illness Protection   

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.

General Compliance Policies

Important Tips

Safety Notifications

Open Flame Policy OSAC Social Engineering Guide   Annual Asbestos Memo
Monthly Highlight for May: Clean Air

In the month of May, Enterprise Risk Management Office will offer information about Clean Air in honor of May as Clean Air Awareness Month. As you may or may not know, the air we breathe impacts our lives and our health! Below you will find helpful information and resources about air.

Information Fast Facts Resources


  • Clean air contains a natural balance of gasses such as oxygen, nitrogen and carbon dioxide.
  • Toxic air pollution is linked to conditions such as cancer, chronic bronchitis and asthma.
  • Some ways you can protect yourself from Air Pollution is by checking your local air pollution forecast daily, avoid exercising outside or in high traffic areas when the air index is bad, don't burn wood or trash, etc.
  • Ways we can do our part to improve our air is by reducing our use of electricity and choosing our ways of transportation more efficiently (use public transportation, carpool or even bike!). 


Did You Know:

  • The Clean Air Act came into force in 1970 to protect our health from dirty and dangerous air.
  • The Clean Air Act requires the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to set limits on six outdoor air pollutants: Ozone, Particulate Matter, Nitrogen Dioxide, Sulfur Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Toxic Air Pollutants.
  • The Air Quality Index (AQI) tracks the outdoor air pollution such as smog (ozone), particle pollution (ash, vehicle exhaust, pollen, etc.) and the others mentioned above. 
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