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For your convenience, here are some useful Safety & Security links:

 

  • shoreline.edu/emergencypreparedness
  • shoreline.edu/emergencyresponseplan
  • shoreline.edu/evacuationplan
  • shoreline.edu/closure
  • Building 7000 Fire Drill: Monday, March 1

    Dear Colleague, 

    Please consider this notification that a fire drill is planned for Bldg. 7000 on Monday, March 1, 2021. If you see residents evacuating the building or observe the alarm going off during that day; please do not be alarmed and do not call 911.

    If you have any questions, please contact Acting Director of Safety & Security Gregory Cranson at gcranson@shoreline.edu.

    Respectfully,

    Gregory Cranson

    Acting Director of Safety & Security

    Take the 2021 Safety Survey by Feb 19

    Hello Shoreline Community College community,

    Please take a few minutes to complete a short safety survey…with questions about workplace safety that are relevant for each of us.  Each year, the DES State Office of Risk Management, together with the State Agency Safety Professionals Alliance (SASPA), administers the safety survey.  The 2021 Safety Survey will be open for all state employees through February 19, 2021 and can be found here.

    Because many state employees spent time teleworking as a result of the pandemic, this year’s survey provides answer options for teleworkers as well as an additional question that will allow agencies to see their results by employees who primarily teleworked in last 12 months and those who did not.

    The survey contains language in the Introduction that provides the following clarification for employees who primarily teleworked during the last 12 months:  The term “workplace”, “work area” or “work site” is used frequently throughout this survey. These terms refer to your home or any location that you have been or are currently teleworking. 

    The intent of the survey is to enhance our culture of worker safety.  State agencies use survey results to develop a safety action plan for addressing the issues identified.  Survey information will help Shoreline Community College Safety Managers, Safety Officers and Safety Committee members evaluate our safety program, identify gaps and plan safety initiatives to enhance employee workplace safety.

    The survey is anonymous.  Results will be collected by the DES State Office of Risk Management, then tallied and sent in summary form to each state agency. To complete the survey, please click this link. 

    Please let me know if you have any questions.

    Dawn Beck, CPA
    VP for Business & Administrative Services

    2020 Annual Security & Fire Safety Report

    The 2020 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report for Shoreline Community College is now available on the Safety & Security website. Physical copies are available in the Safety & Security Office, Room 5102, First Floor of Building 5000 (FOSS). The Safety & Security Office is currently closed as the campus is operating remotely through Winter Quarter 2021.

    View the 2020 report.

    If you have any questions, please contact the Director of Safety & Security, Greg Cranson, at gcranson@shoreline.edu.

    2019 Clery Report – Deadline Extension

    Dear Colleague, 

    Please consider this notification that the Clery Act deadline for distribution of the Annual Security Report has been extended from October 1st, 2020 to December 31st, 2020 in response to the ongoing national pandemic. As per our regular process, once the report has been completed and is ready for distribution, another notification will be sent to the campus community.

    If you have any questions, please contact Acting Director of Safety & Security Gregory Cranson at gcranson@shoreline.edu.

    https://sclscal.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/25-2020CC-Clery-Act-Deadlines-Extended-to-December-2020-Due-to-COVID-19-JH.pdf

    Bldg. 7000 Fire Drill 10/05

    Dear Colleague, 

    Please consider this notification that a fire drill is planned for Bldg. 7000 on Monday, October 5th, 2020. If you see residents evacuating the building or observe the alarm going off during that day; please do not be alarmed and do not call 911.

    If you have any questions, please contact Acting Director of Safety & Security Gregory Cranson at gcranson@shoreline.edu.