SCU is committed to protecting the environment and providing a safe and healthy campus and workplace.
General Safety Programs
Serious fire and shock hazards can result when electrical equipment is not maintained or used properly. Work is only performed on energized electrical circuits or components when it is demonstrated that de-energization introduces additional or increased hazards or is infeasible due to equipment design or operations limitations.
Equipment SafetyTools and Machines are used to alter, separate or join a variety of materials. While tools and machines are frequently used on campus, we need to ensure that all SOP's are followed.
Indoor Air QualityThe Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Protocol at SCU has these fundamental concepts as its guiding principles.
- Anticipation and recognition of hazards in the workplace
- Evaluation of hazards in the workplace
- Control of hazards in the workplace
Working At Heights
Working at Height Permit is required prior to commencing work if working at heights of six (6) feet or greater where no fall protection is in place; working from a ladder over twenty (20) feet in height; scaffolding work where the work platform is six (6) feet or higher from the ground or floor; and see program document for other situation where fall protection is required.