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  1. 1. Policies! Procedures! Paperwork!
  2. 2. Lockouts O You always document a lockout O In order for someone to get charged for a lockout it has to be documented O Lockout logs should be completed after the lockout has happened, if you choose to wait till morning, don’t forget to do it
  3. 3. Duty O When your Monday thru Friday duty is over at 8am, best practice is to un- forward/unclick the duty phone at 8am O Planning Programs while on duty
  4. 4. Dance Duty O Weekend: RA and a back up RA O Weekday: All Buildings RA staff O During duty RA must be constantly walking around building in only your building Training Modules: Duty Module
  5. 5. Duty Conflicts O It is okay for another RA to hold the Duty phone for a couple hours if an RA becomes unavailable, however you must inform the GHC on Call about the duty switch and inform them when you have taken back the duty phone
  6. 6. Rounds O Average round time will vary depending on the size of your building/s , how many residents you interact with, and if you run across any policy violations, you should block off about an hour to an hour and a half for rounds O It is important to include observations for both your building and your buddy building
  7. 7. Duty Logs O Duty logs should be detailed enough to inform the GHCs and the ADs what is happening in the building O For more detailed information fill out a SEAN or an IR depending on what information it involves
  8. 8. Reimbursement O Anytime you plan on spending money for programs have to tell your GHC AND get your GHC’s approval O What if there is no receipt for reimbursements? Training Module Administrative Paperwork
  9. 9. Time Commitment O Balancing RA responsibilities and academics O Advice from a fellow RA
  10. 10. Procedures O Confiscating Items: An RA NEVER confiscates an item and NEVER touches a prohibited item, ONLY Campus Safety confiscates O All vandalism requires an IR, even you do not know who did it O Cleaning up broken glass is dependent upon your comfort level Student Handbook: ResEd and Housing Policy Confiscation of Property
  11. 11. Procedures O Fire Safety Procedures: O Your safety is priority number 1! Exit the building immediately! O While exiting the building knock on residents doors along your exit path O If the emergency bag is accessible grab the bag as you exit the building O Call Campus Safety O After you have contacted campus safety call the On-Call GHC RA Staff Manual PG: 80 Fire Safety Procedures
  12. 12. Fire Evacuation Location O Berkus House: west island at Alumni Circle O Bell Young: front entrance or move to the courtyard between Wylie and Hameetman O Braun Hall: front lawn (secondary is to move to the Stewie Beach lawn/Anderson Field) O Chilcott Hall: south lawn between Chilcott and Haines (secondary is to move to the front of Weingart) O Erdman Hall: front lawn (secondary is to move to the Booth lawn) O Haines Hall: front lawn (secondary is to move to the Booth lawn) O Newcomb Hall: front lawn (secondary is to move to the Booth lawn) O E. Norris Hall: north and south parking lots (secondary point is likely to merge both groups into the north parking lot) O Pauley Hall: front parking lot (secondary is to move to the Stewie beach lawn/Anderson Field) O Rangeview Hall: street on the west side of the building (secondary is to join groups at Stewie beach/Anderson Field) O Stearns Hall: lower Stearns parking lot (secondary is to move to the upper Stearns parking lot) O Stewart-Cleland Hall: front lawn (secondary is to move to Anderson Field) O Wylie Hall: west (HSC) side courtyard O SAE House (4909 Rangeview): the area in back of the building (secondary in the street near Rangeview Hall) O 1480 Campus Road (Theme House): front yard. Move to a central location on campus as soon as it is practical to do so Disaster Preparedness Module
  13. 13. Procedures O Alcohol Policy O Section A: Occidental Expectations of Behavior O Occidental College recognizes that alcohol can be consumed in a responsible and legal manner and has identified expectations of behavior that support the safe and legal consumption of alcohol. Any student who consumes alcohol retains responsibility for any violation of the College’s Code of Student Conduct. The Dean of Students Office is responsible for the clarification, interpretation and implementation of the alcohol policy. O Under Age Students: Students under the age of 21 may not possess or consume alcohol. A state of intoxication implies consumption. O Behavior: Behavior that results from the use of alcohol may not disrupt the community of the residence halls, campus or surrounding environment. Students of legal age who use alcohol must do so in a way that does not compromise the rights and safety of others. O Dry Residence Halls: Alcohol may not be possessed or consumed, regardless of a student’s age, at any time in the following buildings - Newcomb Hall, Pauley Hall, Stewart-Cleland (Stewie) Hall, Braun Hall, and Chilcott Hall. O Possession of Alcohol: Alcohol, including open containers, is not permitted in any common area of the residence halls. Possession of open containers, including empty bottles used as decoration, by anyone under the age of 21 is prohibited. Students of age who are not living in dry residence halls may store alcohol in their room. O Irresponsible Use of Alcohol: Organized drinking games or items used for the purpose of quick or mass consumption of alcohol are prohibited. Public intoxication and events where there is pressure or an expectation to consume excessive amounts of alcohol are prohibited. O Providing of Alcohol: Providing alcohol to underage individuals is prohibited. Hosts are responsible for their guests’ alcohol consumption. O Serving Alcohol: Any student-sponsored event where alcohol is being served must follow Office of Student Life protocol (see Campus Events Coordinated by Students Policy). Serving alcohol to intoxicated persons or underage students is prohibited. Bulk containers, kegs, or any alcohol dispensing-device requiring a tap are not permitted on campus with the exception of a registered event with a licensed bartender present. O Sale of Alcoholic Beverages: The unlicensed sale of alcoholic beverages is prohibited. This includes the selling of tickets to events where alcoholic beverages are provided, charging admission or accepting donations for any activity involving alcohol. Also, a student organization may not use College funds to purchase or provide alcohol at its social events, either on or off campus. O Driving under the influence: Operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol is prohibited. O Off-Campus: Students who demonstrate that they are unable or unwilling to abide by College policy, federal, state, or city laws and ordinances, in addition to risking arrest, are subject to disciplinary action from the College. RA Staff manual: Pg 74 Alcohol Violations http://www.oxy.edu/student-handbook/general- college-policies/alcohol-other-drugs-policy
  14. 14. Handling Emergencies O Call the GHC-on-Call O Every time Campus Safety is called the GHC on duty should also be called
  15. 15. Health and Safety Checks O Policy Violations do need to be documented
  16. 16. O All personal engagements should be included on your Google calendar O It is important to keep the calendar updated and you share it with your GHC and your AD O If you need assistance working with Google Calendar ask you GHC RA Staff Manual PG: 55 Google Calendar