*As part of SF State’s “Make Safety Happen” health and safety initiative, we will be hosting the following training:
American Heart Association (AHA) Hands-Only CPR demonstrations will be held on the Quad. No reservations are required.
Most people who experience cardiac arrest at home, work or in a public location die because they don’t receive immediate CPR from someone on the scene. As a bystander, don’t be afraid. Your actions can only help. Join us in the quad for a live demonstration and learn how you can double a person’s chances of survival.
Refer to the Hands-Only CPR Fact Sheet for more information.
These training opportunities are sponsored by Administration & Finance as part of its commitment to develop programs that improve safety and the quality of life for the campus community.
Send questions and suggestions about trainings to Solinna Kim at email@example.com
*Lunch & Learn with ERM and EH&S: Driver Safety - Procedures and Best Practices
Tuesday October 4, 2016 in Library 121 from 12 pm - 1 pm
Our first Lunch and Learn will discuss driver safety. The University’s Driver Safety Program establishes policies and procedures governing employee use of private and University owned vehicles for business purposes, University-sponsored field trips, and foreign and domestic travel. The program has been implemented to ensure the safety of employees, students and the public and comply with CSU and California mandates. To promote transparency and risk management on campus, we have invited Victoria Ramos, our Worker’s Compensation Manager who also administers SFSU’s driver safety program, to join us in discussing the following topics:
We encourage everyone to bring their lunch and share in this opportunity to break some bread and discuss how to keep our campus a safe place for everyone. If you have suggestions for our next Lunch and Learn topic, please email Solinna at firstname.lastname@example.org.