Friday, June 22, 2012

Center for Innovation Brown Bag Series

Any community that fails to prepare with the idea that somehow, in the end, the federal government will be able to rescue them will be tragically wrong.” -Michael Leavitt, Former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services 

SLCC Emergency Procedures Brown Bag Series 

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Presented by Charlie Dressen, Dept of Public Safety, Emergency Manager
Following any situation, disaster or other significant event, and during the initial stages of response, we must be Prepared. Are YOU Ready!?

Presented by Marlin Clark, Dean of Students  
The Dean of Students Office will provide effective investigation and adjudication of Student Code of Conduct issues.  Daily responsibility for good conduct rests with the students.  All members of the College community are expected to use reasonable judgment in their daily campus life and to show due concern for the welfare and rights of others. 

Presented by, Department of Public Safety, Utah Highway Patrol Troopers
Troopers of the Utah Highway Patrol serve in an effort to enhance public safety and improve the quality of life for people in Utah. Our organization is constantly looking for better ways to protect the public and provide greater service. We believe that by working closely with members of the community, we can successfully meet the challenges of the future.

Session 4:  Disruptive Behavior
Students, faculty, and staff have the right to be free from acts or threats of disruptive behavior and/or physical violence, including intimidation, harassment and/or coercion, which involve or affect the College Community. The College does not tolerate any student, faculty member, administrator, or employee, acting individually or in concert with others, who clearly obstructs or disrupts any teaching, or any other workplace activity held on campus property.

July 10, 2012 ▪ 12:00–12:45 PM
South City Campus (W131)

This series of workshops is based on the Homeland Security and FEMA. “The Be Ready Campaign is designed to encourage Americans to take simple steps to prepare for life situations, emergencies, and disasters. Even though we don't know when or where situations and emergencies may strike, we do know that we can do more to be prepared for the unexpected.  These workshops are designed to help individuals take greater personal interest in their safety, know their surroundings and learn how to prepare and understand what to do if a situation arises.”  Employees attending may bring their lunch to the workshops.

July 10  SCC   12:00 PM (Room W131)
July 17  RWD  12:00 PM (Student Center, STC 002)
July 31  JC      12:00 PM (Student Pavilion Multipurpose Room)

This event is sponsored by the Department of Public Safety and the Center for Innovation.  For questions about the series, please email Charlie.dressen@slcc.eduor call (801) 957-4963.