Watch – conditions are favorable for tornadic activity.
Police will monitor weather reports
Employees should be prepared to shelter
Warning – tornado sighted or detected in area.
Phone, Email, Internet, Intranet, etc.
Interior rooms w/o windows
On the lowest floor of buildings
Workplace Violence – if you encounter an aggressive individual;
Report the incident
Supervisor / Dept. Head
If you hear weapons fire or if you’re advised of a suspect with a weapon you should;
Lock and/or barricade doors
Get everyone out of sight
Report to UMHB Police – 5555 (and/or 911).
Remain sheltered until directed otherwise by law enforcement.
For additional information contact the
UMHB Campus Police
Haz-Com is required by State & Federal Regulations
State – HSC 502
Federal – OSHA 29 CFR 1910
Commonly known as the “Right to Know Law”
Employees must be;
Informed about hazardous materials they use and
Trained regarding the proper use of those materials.
Labeling – haz-mats must be labeled with their Identity & Hazards . Hazard Labels – color coded & rated. Red = Fire Blue = Health Yellow = Reactivity or Instability White = Specific hazard (i.e. COR, ACID, etc.) Ratings - 0 to 4 0 = no hazard 1 = slight 2 = moderate 3 = serious 4=extreme hazard