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Join us for Campus Safety Week beginning October 14, 2019!

SF State will be hosting its third annual Campus Safety Week from October 14-18, 2019. Our campus will host a variety of trainings throughout the week which focus on promoting safety in all of its nuances. We will be tabling with various campus departments and other third-party organizations on Monday, October 14, 2019 from 10am-2pm for Campus Safety Day! 

 If you have any questions, please let us know by emailing Wendy Lopez at wendyl@sfsu.edu.

 

Please click here to RSVP for any of the following events.

Monday, October 14, 2019

 

Campus Safety Day

10 am – 2 pm, Malcom X Plaza & Quad

Join us in the Quad to learn about ways you can stay safe on and off campus.

 

Participate in:

Fire extinguisher training                                   Emergency Preparedness Planning

Coffee with a Cop                                               Games & Prizes 

And more!

 

Fire Extinguisher Training

10 am – 2 pm, Malcolm X Plaza

Presented By: Jeff Madigan, Environment, Health & Safety

Through hands-on training with fire simulations in a safe learning environment, we will be training participants on the basic of fire extinguisher locations, common fire hazards, proper procedures, safe evacuation routes, and more. The training will include an overview of common types of fire protection equipment, a discussion of common extinguisher types, and education on common causes of fires.

 

 

Self-Defense Workshop

11:30 am – 1 pm, Mashouf Wellness Center Classroom

Presented by: Stephanie Donick, MartialArtsMovement

This self-defense class will provide participants with options, techniques, and a way of analyzing situations so they can avoid physical confrontation when possible or handle such a situation when it is unavoidable. We will be working with pads so come prepared to do some light striking, kicking, and kneeing. Loose, comfortable active wear is encouraged. 

 

Space is limited and on a first-come-first-serve basis.

 

 

Don't Trip over Trips! International Travel Safety

1:00 pm – 2:30 pm, Lib 121

Presented By: Daniel Howell & Andrew Gaspari, Alliant Insurance Services, Inc.

Travel planning, especially for international trips, is often stressful. Have you considered what to do if you encounter an unexpected, unintended or unplanned situation while travelling abroad? What resources are available to you when you’re in a foreign country? Who can you call for help in the event of a medical emergency? Thoughtful planning and knowledge of the resources available to you can help boost your personal security. This session will also provide a brief overview of the Foreign Travel Insurance Program (FTIP) required of all SFSU faculty, staff, students, and guests who travel for school business or academic instruction.

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

 

Safeguarding Fine Arts

9:30 am – 11 am, Fine Arts 282

Presented By: P.J. Skarlanic, Alliant Insurance Services, Inc.

This one-hour session will provide an overview of how best to mitigate risk and exposure to Fine Arts through both Physical Risk Control and Risk Financing methods.  We will review the most common causes of loss to art and review some real life claims examples and how they have shaped the Fine Art risk and insurance landscape.

 

Fire Extinguisher Training

10 am – 2 pm, Between Old Administration and Library Walkway

Presented By: Environment, Health & Safety

Through hands-on training with fire simulations in a safe learning environment, we will be training participants on the basic of fire extinguisher locations, common fire hazards, proper procedures, safe evacuation routes, and more. The training will include an overview of common types of fire protection equipment, a discussion of common extinguisher types, and education on common causes of fires.

 

Therapy Dogs

12 pm – 1 pm, Front of Library

Our Therapy Animal program aims to build community through stress relief activities, and raise awareness of mental health and wellness resources on campus. Studies show animals can help relieve anxiety, and just petting a dog or cat can lower your blood pressure. We hope you will come out to pet one of our visiting therapy animals!

 

Also our site if you need more information: https://wellness.sfsu.edu/therapyanimals

 

Active Threat Training

1 pm – 2 pm, Library 121

Presented by: Interim Deputy Chief Wailun Shiu, University Police Department

An active shooter engages in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area, typically through the use of firearms. The event is unpredictable and evolves quickly. This training session will focus on how to respond to an active shooter given different scenarios, how to respond when law enforcement arrives, and how to provide information to law enforcement or 911.

 

 

Cyber Security Awareness
3 pm – 4 pm, Library 121

Presented by: Mary Morshed, Information Systems and Technology

This year’s theme for cyber security awareness month is, “OWN IT.  SECURE IT.  PROTECT IT.”  It’s important to understand your digital profile both at home and at work/school, what tools are available to secure it, and lastly what actions you can take to protect it.  Join us to discuss easy-to-use techniques to improve your cyber hygiene, share cyber security cautionary tales, and receive pointers to on-line resources for tips and tricks to keep your devices and information safe. 

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

 

Fire Extinguisher Training

10 am – 2 pm, Between Old Administration and Library Walkway

Presented By: Environment, Health & Safety

Through hands-on training with fire simulations in a safe learning environment, we will be training participants on the basic of fire extinguisher locations, common fire hazards, proper procedures, safe evacuation routes, and more. The training will include an overview of common types of fire protection equipment, a discussion of common extinguisher types, and education on common causes of fires.

 

 

Time, Place, and Manner Session

1 pm – 2 pm, Library 121

Presented By: Michael Beatty, Risk Management

Mia S. Reisweber, Director for Student Activities & Events

Effective January 1, 2018, the Executive Directive regarding use of campus ground and facilities has been updated. Join us to learn what the updates mean for the campus. We will cover:

  • Special events on campus
  • What is and isn't considered protected speech
  • New policies around signage on campus

The session will leave ample room for questions at the end of the presentation.

 

 

A Life Outdoors: Tips and Tricks to Minimize Risk on your Next Adventure

2pm – 3pm, Mashouf Wellness Center Classroom 

Presented by: Jesse Ray, Outdoor Recreation and Leadership Coordinator

The great outdoors… Many people use nature as a way to disconnect from routine life and reset; but entering a new environment poses unique challenges.  Some of these challenges are straight forward, while other are nebulas and often overlooked.

Come chat with Jesse Ray, Outdoor and Leadership Coordinator at the Mashouf Wellness Center, about the principles of Leave No Trace and how they can help you recognize and plan for challenges on your next adventure!

 

 

 

  When the Big One Hits! Earthquake Preparedness

2:30pm – 3:30pm, Library 121

Presented by: John Caskey, Associate Professor of Earth & Climate Sciences
Mervyn Reyes, University Police Department

What to do before, during, and after an Earthquake

 

Thursday, October 17, 2019

 

Active Threat Training

9 am – 10 am, Library 121

Presented by: Interim Deputy Chief Wailun Shiu, University Police Department

An active shooter engages in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area, typically through the use of firearms. The event is unpredictable and evolves quickly. This training session will focus on how to respond to an active shooter given different scenarios, how to respond when law enforcement arrives, and how to provide information to law enforcement or 911.

 

 

Fire Extinguisher Training

10 am – 2 pm, Between Old Administration and Library Walkway

Presented By: Environment, Health & Safety

Through hands-on training with fire simulations in a safe learning environment, we will be training participants on the basic of fire extinguisher locations, common fire hazards, proper procedures, safe evacuation routes, and more. The training will include an overview of common types of fire protection equipment, a discussion of common extinguisher types, and education on common causes of fires.

 

 

Great ShakeOut!

10:17am, It could happen anywhere!!

The Great ShakeOut earthquake drills are an opportunity to practice how to be safer during earthquakes: "Drop, Cover and Hold On." ShakeOut also has been organized to encourage you, your community, your school, or your organization to update emergency plans and supplies, and to secure your space in order to prevent damage and injuries. Click here for more information (external link). 

Friday, October 18, 2019

 

Adult/Pediatric CPR, First Aid, Blood Borne Pathogen Certification Training

8am – 5pm, Library 121

Presented By: Jeff Madigan, Environmental, Health & Safety

The course is broken up into two 4-hour sessions and will cover: airway management, rescue breathing, CPR, first aid, personal protective equipment and automated external defibrillator. Please note that if you would like to be re-certified, you will only need to attend the first half of the session.

To register for the Adult & Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED certification, please email Jeff Madigan, jmadigan@sfsu.edu to reserve space in the class.