Annie Atiyeh (Physics - email@example.com)
Debra Heavenston (Human Resources - debra firstname.lastname@example.org)
Lillian McCollum (Chemistry - email@example.com)
F. Sheldon Wettack (Dean of Faculty - firstname.lastname@example.org)
Elaine Guerra (Biology - email@example.com)
Tony Pennington (EH & S Manager - firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mike Wheeler (Machine Shop - email@example.com)
Dan Pereira (Engineering - firstname.lastname@example.org)
Chris Sundberg (Student Affairs - email@example.com)
Kim May (Emergency Response Team - firstname.lastname@example.org)
1. NEW COMMITTEE MEMBER
The HMC Safety Committee welcomed its newest member, Chris Sundberg, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs.
2. NEXT SAFETY TRAINING SESSIONS
a. Wednesday, February 17, 2000 Hazard Communication for HMC staff
b. Wednesday, February 24, 2000 Hazard Communication for HMC faculty
c. Wednesday, March 9, 2000 Workplace Violence III - a combination of courses open only to those who have completed Workplace Violence I and Workplace Violence II
d. Friday, April 28, 2000 Fire extinguisher training - contact Annie for reservations
3. EMC REPORT
Kim May, Chair of the Emergency Management Committee, reported on the progress of the Emergency Management Team.
The Claremont fire captain has requested information concerning the chemicals stored in each lab, in addition to an emergency contact person. The EMT will formulate a notice, which can be posted outside each lab, including this necessary information.
The Chemical Hygiene Committee will oversee the implementation of this program, making certain that the Claremont Fire Department, HMC Facilities & Maintenance, the EMT, and Campus Security are notified when postings are updated.
4. ISSUES CONCERNING STUDENTS
Chris reported that proper fire procedures are in place at all HMC dormitories.
Students have expressed concerns about implementing stricter health club procedures.
5. OPEN DISCUSSION
A. Improper administering of health care was discussed. Relative to the Good Samaritan Act, Tony emphasized the extreme importance of each individual "acting only within the scope of his/her training".
B. There is a need for radiation safety training. Tony will begin coordinating a training session, possibly 2 hours, for all of the Claremont Colleges.
6. Next meeting will be: Friday, March 31, 2000, at 9:00 in the Stauffer Lounge.
A computer record and a hard copy of this report will be kept in Lillian McCollum's office (2310 Jacobs).
If you would like a hard copy, send your request to Annie Atiyeh at email@example.com