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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
  • Campus entrances limited during remote operations – only main gate open

    Dear Colleagues,

    Please note, due to our campus being on remote operations – there will be limited access to campus. The East Gate and West Gate will be fully closed until further notice. If you need to access campus, please do so through the main gate. Thank you.

    Sincerely,
    Edwin Lucero
    Director of Safety & Security

    Changes to campus shuttle service

    Out of an abundance of care to minimize any risks related to coronavirus (COVID-19), the campus shuttle service will be modified as of March 5th as follows:
    • The interior of the vans will be wiped down with disinfectant after each round trip, each day that it is in service.
    • The shuttles will stop at the Sears Lot and Aurora Avenue every 30-45 minutes, rather than every 15 minutes, to allow time for the cleaning. The vans will also be cleaned after each grocery shuttle run.
    • To accommodate any additional parking needs, the Greenwood Parking Lot will be opened. Students who wish to park there will not need to purchase a parking pass through the end of the quarter.
    • As a reminder, if you are not feeling well or have any cold/flu symptoms, please do not ride the shuttle and consider staying home from class. Contact your instructors, who can help you continue your coursework remotely.

    We understand this change may create some inconvenience and we apologize if this impacts your daily schedule. The health and well-being of our campus community is our priority. It is possible that should the risks around COVID-19 increase, the College may need to suspend the shuttle service temporarily at some point in the future.

    Thank you for your understanding during this public health situation. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Safety & Security.

    DES – Risk Management, Safety Survey

    From Safety & Security Director Edwin Lucero:

    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 2020 Safety Survey will be open for all state employees through February 21st, 2020.

    The survey is intended 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, Office of Risk Management, 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.

    Please let me know if you have any questions at elucero@shoreline.edu. Thank you!

    DES – Risk Management, Safety Survey

    From Safety & Security Director Edwin Lucero:

    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 2020 Safety Survey will be open for all state employees through February 21st, 2020.

    The survey is intended 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, Office of Risk Management, 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.

    Please let me know if you have any questions at elucero@shoreline.edu. Thank you!

    DES – Risk Management, Safety Survey

    From Safety & Security Director Edwin Lucero:

    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 2020 Safety Survey will be open for all state employees through February 21st, 2020.

    The survey is intended 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, Office of Risk Management, 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.

    Please let me know if you have any questions at elucero@shoreline.edu. Thank you!