Safety@TTU is a new internal communications campaign from the Office of the Vice President for Research, Office of the Provost and Office of the President that will provide information, tips and reminders about safety on our campus.
While much of the information will involve our laboratories, studios and shops, Safety@TTU covers topics ranging from driver safety to how many extension cords are safe to have plugged into your office outlets.
Blog posts will feature tips, general information, downloadable tip sheets and posters. We’ll also take a look at the role of Environmental Health and Safety and how their expertise can make a faculty member’s life easier by suggesting safety best practices and helping with risk analysis and compliance issues.
Safety@TTU also will feature videos from the president, interim provost, interim vice president for research, deans and faculty members who will talk about the importance of safety.
Much of the information presented in Safety@TTU information is taken from Texas Tech University Operating Policies and Procedures, and other approved documents, or from OSHA and other federal agencies. The information provided should not be construed as containing all the necessary compliance, safety, or warning information available. Please make sure you consult with EH&S or appropriate supervisors for all safety information and procedures.
Many different offices across the Texas Tech campus contributed to the Safety@TTU information, including the Operations Division, including custodial services and vehicle fleet management and university Traffic and Parking.
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