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The process of identifying exposures, measuring the probability of an impact event and minimizing the actuality or impact of the event.
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Cal Maritime is committed to implementing the processes and procedures necessary to maintain compliance with environmental regulations that address pollution in air, water, and other media caused by Cal Maritime during campus development and operational activities. The lead department for environmental compliance, resource protection, and pollution prevention is the Department of Safety & Risk Management (SRM). SRM is charged with preventing, minimizing, or eliminating pollution as well as managing unavoidable pollution (spills and emergency operations) in accordance with the applicable regulations applying industry-wide adopted processes and procedures.
Cal Maritime conducts operations and activities in compliance with applicable Federal and State regulations and local ordinances according to industry-accepted practices for State of California academic institutions and the CSU Office of the Chancellor executive orders.
This policy reflects the current governing regulations and will evolve over time as regulations or other affected policies change, new tools or approaches emerge, and the risks associated with Environmental Protection respond to external changes.
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Report of Safe Work Practices: Demonstrates the unconditional dedication toward the protection of person and property.
Report of Safety Concerns:You are encouraged to report any and all unsafe conditions that you observe on campus by using this form. You may make your report anonymously or you can contact the Department of Safety and Risk Management directly at 707-654-1076. The Report of Safety Concerns include but are not limited to; health and safety risks (such as trip and fall hazards or unsafe conduct by employees or students),
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