Enterprise Risk Management seeks to promote transparency, growth, and accessibility within our campus community. We are actively seeking ways to spread the word about best practices, policies and procedures, and other ways to keep our campus safe for everyone. See all upcoming events on our home page. Listed below are learning opportunities we've hosted in the past. If you have suggestions for events you'd like to see on campus, please email Solinna at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Executive Directive #89-13: Time, Place & Manner Updates
February 14, 2018, 11 am - 12pm, Humanities 587
Presenters: Michael Beatty, Risk Manager
Brian Stuart, Assistant Dean of Students & Director
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.
Campus-Wide Risk Registry: Risk Assessments & Mitigation Plans
Wednesday, January 24, 2018 from 11 am - 12 pm in Administration 201
Presenter: Michael Beatty, Risk Manager
Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is responsible for surveying the campus community to find out what risks the campus may be exposed to, be them financial, operational, strategic, hazard, or other. ERM then aggregates the data into a risk registry which shows, not only the identified risks, but mitigation efforts that may affect a risk's ranking to be poorly, adequately, or overly controlled. Join us and learn about the risk assessment process and what campus leadership has identified as the most prominent risks for the SF State campus and how the campus plans on mitigating these risks.
Praesidium Training - Preventing Abuse of Youth on Campus
Thursday, September 14, 2017 from 10 AM – 12 PM, LIB 121
Michael Beatty, Risk Manager, SF State
Candice Collins, Director of Education, Praesidium
Enterprise Risk Management facilitated a two-hour discussion on ways to effectively safeguard our interactions with youth on campus. This discussion provide dattendees from campus and auxiliary organizations with a better understanding of safeguards to prevent abuse in a university setting including: how allegations of abuse most commonly occur, best practices when interacting with minors, and reporting requirements.
CAMPUS SAFETY WEEK
APRIL 17 - 20, 2017
Thank you all for participating in our first annual Campus Safety Week! We count ourselves lucky to have such an engaged campus community to work with. Below are the links to the PowerPoint slides and handout materials from the trainings/discussions/workshops. Congratulations to our Bingo winners and we hope to see you next time!
Please feel free to reach out to Solinna at email@example.com with any comments, questions, or suggestions to make the next Campus Safety Week even better.
Active Shooter Training - Slide Deck
Back Care Training - Slide Deck
Data is Forever: Don't Give it Away - Slide Deck
Evacuation Chair Training
First Aid, CPR, AED Certification Training
International Travel Safety Presentation - Slide Deck
Introduction to Urban Bicycling Workshop
Mental Health & Well Being for Faculty and Staff - Handout
Service and Assistance Animals Discussion - Handout