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Safety tip: National Fire Prevention Month (October 14, 2020 Hotline)

Safety tip: National Fire Prevention Month During this challenging time, our families are doing more cooking at home instead of eating at restaurants. It’s important to remember that cooking fires are the No.1 cause of home fires and home injuries- usually because of unattended cooking. October is National Fire Prevention Month, and NMSU’s Fire Department…
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Safety tip: Fall 2020 Safety Training (September 30, 2020 Hotline)

Safety tip: Fall 2020 Safety Training As the fall semester is now underway during these COVID-19 pandemic times, Environmental Health Safety and Risk Management would like to remind you that we are still here for all of your safety training needs. Whether online or face-to-face, we are here for NMSU. There are NMSU requirements for…
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Safety tip: Don’t become a victim of fraud (September 16, 2020 Hotline)

Safety tip: Don’t become a victim of fraud Criminals both in the United State and in foreign countries want to steal your money. While there are hundreds of different types of scams, some are used more frequently to target college students and parents, particularly in the first couple of months of the new semester when…
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Safety tip: Emergency Preparedness Month (September 2, 2020 Hotline)

Safety tip: Emergency Preparedness Month Each new semester, we greet many new students, faculty, visitors and staff at NMSU. The Emergency Planning Committee reminds you to become familiar with the buildings you visit. Know more than one way out in case of an emergency. September is National Emergency Preparedness month, and NMSU will be testing…
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Safety tip: Slow down and look around (August 12, 2020 Hotline)

Safety tip: Slow down and look around As the fall semester gets underway, we want 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. Drive the speed limit…
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Safety tip: Avoid mosquitoes this summer (July 29, 2020 Hotline)

Safety tip: Avoid mosquitoes this summer It’s that season when we see often downpours resulting in everything from puddles to ponds of standing water on the streets and in our yards. Mosquitoes breed in as little as a teaspoon of water. The NMSU Fire Department suggests the following tips to avoid these insects that can…
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Safety tip: How to prevent cooking injuries (July 15, 2020 Hotline)

Safety tip: How to prevent cooking injuries During this challenging time, our families are doing more cooking at home instead of eating at restaurants. It’s important to remember that cooking fires are the No. 1 cause of home fires and home injuries and usually because of unattended cooking. New Mexico State University’s Fire Department has…
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Safety tip: Celebrate July 4th with caution (July 1, 2020 Hotline)

Safety tip: Celebrate July 4th with caution The Fourth of July will be different this year. During the global COVID-19 pandemic, families will be finding new ways to celebrate our nation’s Independence Day while following state and national health official guidelines. While fireworks are part of our traditions, NMSU’s Fire Department wants you to stay…
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Safety tip: Keep hydrated as heat increases (June 17, 2020 Hotline)

Safety tip: Keep hydrated as heat increases New Mexico State University would like to remind you, with temperatures beginning to climb, it’s extremely important to stay hydrated. You should drink at least, 8-ounce glasses of water a day. Remember, 75 percent of the body’s weight is water. We lose water in many ways during the…
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Safety tip: Cleaning, disinfecting in the office (June 3,2020 Hotline)

Safety tip: Cleaning, disinfecting in the office Even though the primary risk for spreading viruses like SARS-CoV-2 (which causes COVID-19) is directly from another person, it is still important to keep work surfaces clean. As employees start returning to campus, each of us will be responsible for keeping our own work areas clean. Here are…
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