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CPR and AED Awareness Week (June 1-7)

Every second counters in cardiac arrest. The American Heart Association (AHA), American Red Cross, and the National Safety Council worked together to designate the first week in June as National CPr and AED Awareness Week. If you have interest in learning more, you can visit the AHA site for more information:

CPR and AED Awareness Week from AHA

Recent Newsletters:

April Safety Newsletter - Distracted Driving and Walking

March Safety Newsletter - Ladder Safety Month

February Newsletter - Storm Water

January Newsletter - Slips, Trips, and Falls

Safety Newsletter

We have recently developed the monthly Safety Newsletters for campus personnel. These newsletters can be reviewed during safety meetings or pre-job briefings (aka tailgate meetings) as needed.

Safety Newsletter is the webpage which will be a safety topic resource as they are added.

Please let us know if you wish for a specific safety topic or hazard to be covered for an upcoming Safety Newsletter, you can email at ehs@humboldt.edu. Check back monthly for the next topic!

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Risk Management and Safety Services is proud to announce the launch of Humboldt’s First Annual Safety Week, which will be held from October 16th-October 20th. During the week, courses will be offered at various times and locations, which will focus on different topics relating to Safety, Health, and Emergency Preparedness and are open to all Humboldt Students, Staff, and Faculty. To view the course schedule and register for classes, please visit the Training and Professional Development website: https://training.humboldt.edu/calendar-node-field-training-date/month/2017-10

Hope to see you there!

If you are thinking about buying a new piece of equipment or have been offered a donation (or if a grant you are applying for includes the procurement of equipment), please ensure that you obtain the internal department approval and make the appropriate external notifications to ensure that the space that it will be placed are suitable for the facility and manner in which it will be used.