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Employee Training EEO & Risk Administration Spring 2014 Epic Info!

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Risk Management Overview
8:30 -9:00 am
Presenter: Mikel Birch

Records Retention - GRAMA
9:15 -9:45 am
Presenter Sarah Stoker

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
10:00 -10:30 am
Mikel Birch

Policy, Ethics, Whistleblower, Mediation
10:45 -11:30 am
Mozelle Orton

Required Training -  Workers Compensation
12:30 -1:00 pm
S. Stoker/A. Porter

Title IX & Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)
1:15 -2:00 Pm
Mozelle Orton

Emergency Response
2:15 - 2:45 pm
Scott Jones

Employee Safety*
3:00 - 3:30 pm
Rand Webb

Dates and locations

South City Campus, MP 1-030/MP 1-032
Tuesday, March 11

Miller Campus, MFEC 223
Wednesday, March 19 
*Employee Safety not available at this session

Jordan Campus, Auditorium
Thursday, March 27

Taylorsville Redwood Campus, STC 219
Monday, April 7


Mozelle Orton, M.Ed.
Director, Equal Employment Opportunity & Risk Administration

Mikel Birch, M.A.
Director, Risk Management

Sarah Stoker, M.S.
Coordinator, EEO & Risk Administration

Scott Jones, M.S.
Manager, Emergency Response

Alexis Porter
Secretary, Risk Management

Register on MyPage by topic under Risk Management. 

If you have questions or need ADA accommodations to attend this training, call Maria Bardini at 801-957-4687 or email 

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