Environmental Health & Safety
Fire Safety and Evacuation Training
The mission of Environmental Health & Safety is to promote safety
and protection of human and physical assets of Central Michigan
COMMITMENT TO SERVICE
Environmental Health & Safety strives to ensure the campus of
Central Michigan University is a safe place to work, learn, and visit.
The success of the department in fulfilling its responsibilities
requires close coordination with, and cooperation from the University
Environmental Health & Safety implements and provides leadership
in planning and organizing programs to ensure a safe campus environment,
- Identifying and analyzing health, environmental, and safety exposures.
- Monitoring workplace compliance with environmental, health, and safety related state and federal regulations.
- Developing and managing campus emergency preparedness, fire, and severe weather safety.
- Training in occupational health, safety, and environmental areas, as required by state and federal regulations.
- Investigating accidental injuries and property damage losses.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY STAFF
Jon Kujat, Manager, Risk Management
Environmental Health & Safety,
Phone: (989) 774-3154
Dani Sineway, Safety Coordinator Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (989) 774-3313
Jaimen Waha, Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator
Phone: (989) 774-2770
Jaclyn Godley, Administrative Secretary
Phone: (989) 774-7398
OSHA's Top 10 Violations
The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) has published a list of the top 10 safety and compliance violations. Risk Management, Environmental Health & Safety would encourage employees to review the document below. Everyone is a risk manager and by being aware we can promote safety for the CMU community. If your department would like training or more information on these topics you can contact our office at 989-774-7398.
OSHA top 10-1.pdf
Winter Weather Emergency Kit
One way to make winter work for you is by being prepared. Here is a recommended list of 10 items you need in your survival kit. Whether you opt for a pre-made kit or create your own, here are a few ideas to get you started for what you should have on hand in all seasons to be ready for whatever nature throws your way.
An emergency kit with the following items is recommended in vehicles:
Cell phone and charger cord/radio
Windshield ice scraper and brush
Flashlight with extra batteries
Traction aides (sand/ice melt/kitty litter/rock salt)
Blankets and a change of clothes