Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2003 09:23:20 -0700
To: NMSU postings ,, "Distribution, ABCD"
From: David Shearer



1) NMSU's 2002 Injury Summary (OSHA  log 300A) has been posted on the EH&S web site

The log is given on the NMSU EH&S website via
The log can be printed (change the printer setting to landscape) or reviewed on line (see large image).
Questions on the log should be directed to Chuck Ryder at 646-3327.  
2)  Two (2) classes on Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation have been scheduled for March 3 and 11.
The Adult CPR Classes will be presented at the EH&S Training facility, Room 102, Unit B, Genesis Research Center, 4200 Research Drive (next to Parking and Employee Health Offices) on:
    • March 3 - Monday, 1 - 5 pm (max. 16 persons)
    • March 11- Tuesday, 1 - 5 pm (max. 16 persons)
    • Registration and additional details are given on the NMSU EH&S website at
These classes will provide the following
  • 4-hour, American Heart CPR techniques for adults
  • Hands-on practice with models and CPR dummies
  • Use of defibrillator (new device treatment for heart attack victims).
  • Certified instructors from NMSU Police will provide the classes to help NMSU prepare for emergencies and to comply with State and Federal requirements. Interested individuals must register and attend the 4 hour class in order to received certification.
  • There is a minimal cost of $5 for the certification.  This will not include the CPR manual (available separately). Certification is good for two years
  • Minimum class size is 6 persons.  We need to record interest to hold the class, so please register in advance.
  • If there is interest, we can schedule CPR for Infants and Children or additional classes later in the semester (email your interest)
  • The class is open to the University community.  Any interested staff, faculty, or student may attend.

    Registration - Please register to ensure seating via the website at the

    On-line registration form

    Thank you.
    David Shearer, Industrial Hygienist
    Environmental Health & Safety 646-3327