OSHA VISIT AND TRAINING SESSION
COMPLIANCE AND INSPECTIONS - As a business NMSU must comply with
many federal, state, and local regulations.
Supervisors, administrators and faculty should be aware that under
the University Environmental
Health and Safety Policy (published in the AP&P
Manual and posted on the NMSU
safety website) they should immediately notify Environmental Health
& Safety (Safety Office) at 646-3327:
if, or when, they become aware of a violation of any university, state
or federal environmental health or occupational safety rule or regulation,
if they are contacted by any state or federal regulatory agency requesting
access for an inspection.
OSHA TRAINING - New Mexico Occupational Safety and Health
Bureau (New Mexico OSHA) will be on the campus, July 12, 2001, to
provide a short training session for employees and departments engaged
in material handling, metal fabrication and machining.
If you have questions on the above, please email Chuck Ryder at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 646-3327.
The presentation is designed to provide information on Compliance Inspection
Procedures, Health and Safety Programs, Material Handling, and Machine
Guarding. The class will include a question and answer period for
The free OSHA class will be given in room 102 at Genesis Research Center
- Unit B, 4200 Research Drive on Thursday July 12 (8:00 am to noon).
Please register online via the training section at www.nmsu.edu/~safety
(RSVP by July 5, 2001).
The safety website provides a
map showing the location of the training facility as well as information
on the regulatory and safety classes provided by EH&S.
|David Shearer |
|Industrial Hygienist, Compliance OfficerNew Mexico State UniversityEnvironmental Health & Safety (EH&S)||<email@example.com>|
|Environmental Health & Safety
New Mexico State University
MSC-3578Las Cruces New Mexico88003-8001|| Fax: 505-646-7898 Work: 646-3327|