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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. 

 Quick Access Links:     

Risk Management Training Driver Clearance Hazard Reporting

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

Safety Notifications

Open Flame Restrictions   Annual Asbestos Memo
 
 
Monthly Highlight for July: Heat Awareness 

In the month of July, we begin to see the temperatures increase and it’s carried through the month of August. Very high temperatures have the potential to be life threatening. Below you will find helpful information and resources about staying safe as we reach higher temperatures this summer.

Information About Heat Tips for Staying Safe Resources
Did you know: 

  • Factors that can contribute to heat illnesses are Environmental and Job-Specific. Environmental: high temperatures & humidity; limited air movement (no ventilation, wind or breeze); radiant heat sources; contact with hot objects; direct sun exposure. Job-Specific: Physical exertion, use of non-breathable or bulky protective gear
  • Poor air quality and stagnate atmospheric conditions can contribute to the likelihood of heat related illnesses.
  • Types of heat-related illnesses include: heat rash, heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke
Tips from various resources:

  • Drink water often or just enough to never feel thirsty.
  • Monitor you physical conditions throughout the day.
  • As much as possible, stay in a cool, well ventilated area.
  • If you are going to be outdoors, wear clothing that is light colored and non-synthetic while trying to stay in the shade. 

Resources from various organizations:

 


Safety at our other campuses:                               San Francisco Campus                                      Sacramento Campus


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