Yearly Archives: 2019

Safety tip: Please complete NMSU compliance training before deadline (October 16, 2019 Hotline)

Safety tip: Please complete NMSU compliance training before deadline New Mexico State University is committed to providing a safe and fair workplace for its employees. To this end, NMSU seeks to ensure that all employees are aware of their compliance related responsibilities. In order to meet state and federal requirements as well as University policy,…
Continue reading “Safety tip: Please complete NMSU compliance training before deadline (October 16, 2019 Hotline)” »

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Safety tip: Please complete NMSU compliance training before deadline (October 16, 2019 Hotline)

Safety tip: Fire Prevention Week Oct. 6-12 (October 2, 2019 Hotline)

Safety tip: Fire Prevention Week Oct. 6-12 This year’s theme for National Fire Prevention Week is “Not every hero wears a cape. Plan and practice your escape!” New Mexico State University’s Fire Department wants to remind you to become familiar with all the buildings that you visit here on campus. It is important that you…
Continue reading “Safety tip: Fire Prevention Week Oct. 6-12 (October 2, 2019 Hotline)” »

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Safety tip: Fire Prevention Week Oct. 6-12 (October 2, 2019 Hotline)

Employee Health Services at NMSU!

 

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Employee Health Services at NMSU!

University Safety Committee Meeting, September 25th

Announcement: There will be a University Safety Committee meeting at 3:00pm, Wednesday September 25th, in Room 110 (Safety Training Facility), Academic Research Unit C, 1620 Standley Drive (map). Proposed Agenda (Subject to minor changes): 1. Welcome- Ruth Johnston, System Strategic Financial Officer 2. What we need to know about Export Controls 3. UAS (Drone) in…
Continue reading “University Safety Committee Meeting, September 25th” »

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on University Safety Committee Meeting, September 25th

Safety tip: Pedestrian crossing signals on University Avenue (September 18, 2019 Hotline)

Safety tip: Pedestrian crossing signals on University Avenue A new pedestrian crossing signal is up and running on University Avenue, between Locust Street and Triviz Drive. The speed limit has also been reduced to 35 mph on that stretch of road toward Telshor boulevard. This is the second signal placed on University Avenue. The first…
Continue reading “Safety tip: Pedestrian crossing signals on University Avenue (September 18, 2019 Hotline)” »

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Safety tip: Pedestrian crossing signals on University Avenue (September 18, 2019 Hotline)

Safety tip: September is Emergency Preparedness Month (September 4, 2019 Hotline)

Safety tip: September is Emergency Preparedness Month September is National Emergency Preparedness month, and New Mexico State University will be testing evacuations via fire drills at residence halls and academic buildings. All departments need to review their Emergency Action Plans annually and prepare using this information at https://safety.nmsu.edu/emergency-information/. NMSU’s Environmental Health Safety & Risk Management…
Continue reading “Safety tip: September is Emergency Preparedness Month (September 4, 2019 Hotline)” »

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Safety tip: September is Emergency Preparedness Month (September 4, 2019 Hotline)

Fall 2019 Safety Training Requirements & Events

Welcome to the 2019 Fall Semester! As the semester gets underway, Environmental Health Safety & Risk Management would like to remind you all of the NMSU requirements for safety training and to highlight our upcoming Safety Training Events. Please review the attached flyer for additional information. Have a great and safe semester! (Click on picture…
Continue reading “Fall 2019 Safety Training Requirements & Events” »

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Fall 2019 Safety Training Requirements & Events

Fall 2019 Safety Events, Initiatives & Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness and Safety Information As the fall semester gets underway, Environmental Health Safety and Risk Management (EHS&RM) reminds each of you to review the safety, health and security updates. Emergency preparedness and safety is everyone’s responsibility and a collaborative effort at New Mexico State University. Everyone should select how they want to receive emergency…
Continue reading “Fall 2019 Safety Events, Initiatives & Emergency Preparedness” »

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Fall 2019 Safety Events, Initiatives & Emergency Preparedness

Safety tip: Slow down, look around (August 21, 2019 Hotline)

Safety tip: Slow down, look around This safety message is to remind you to slow down while driving and observe your surroundings as a pedestrian. Caution and attention to safety are absolutely critical with increased congestion and more vehicles, utility carts and pedestrian traffic on campus. Be especially courteous and patient with our new campus…
Continue reading “Safety tip: Slow down, look around (August 21, 2019 Hotline)” »

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Safety tip: Slow down, look around (August 21, 2019 Hotline)

Safety tip: Driving in hot weather (August 14, 2019 Hotline)

Safety tip: Driving in hot weather Driving in summer heat can take a toll on your car, but there are steps you can take to keep your vehicle out of trouble. Tips for driving in hot weather include: Never leave kids or animals in a car. When it’s hot outside, even on a mild day…
Continue reading “Safety tip: Driving in hot weather (August 14, 2019 Hotline)” »

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Safety tip: Driving in hot weather (August 14, 2019 Hotline)