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Health and Safety Committee

Understanding issues regarding health and safety

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The Health and Safety Committee is responsible for:

  • Understanding issues regarding safety and health affecting university staff and providing information.
  • Identifying existing programs and services to improve these issues and recommend changes, enhancements, or establishments of programs to meet these needs.

Meetings are listed under the SC Events and Meetings Calendar. Members may attend in person or by video conference. 

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