Fire Exit Training
Senate Bill 1142 – Fire Exit Training
Pursuant to the State of Michigan Senate Bill 1142 all instructional staff must be trained in fire drill procedures. In addition, the University has to report to the State Fire Marshal that all instructional staff has been trained annually. The following three minute video will accomplish the mandated training requirement. If you have any questions please contact Environmental Health & Safety at (989) 774-7398.
Please click Fire Exit Safety Training to begin the online training.
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Transcript for Fire Exit Safety Training.
Fire Alarm Testing - Residential and Dining Halls
Facilities Management and Risk Management, Environmental Health & Safety will be testing the fire alarms in the residential and dining halls on:
- December 18-20, 2017
- January 4, 2018
- January 5, 2018 (Potential make up day)
Fire Alarm Testing Schedule - Residential and Dining Halls
the testing crew has a problem with a building fire alarm system, they may have
to deviate from the schedule.
note, you do not have to evacuate the building for the testing.
If you have any questions, please contact our office at (989) 774-7398.
Environmental Health & Safety
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.