The SafeMocs training initiative provides important training for our campus.
Trainings occur at least once each month and range from how to operate a utility cart to what to do if an active shooter came onto campus. These trainings are designed to allow everyone to learn about safety so that, "Mocs can protect Mocs."
Topics include the following and are available on demand:
- Active Shooter
- Bleeding Control Kit Use
- Child Protection Training
- Fire Safety
- Hands-only CPR
- RAD (Rape Aggression Defense) Training
- Utility Cart Use
If you would like to know more about a specific safety topic or would like to schedule a training for your group, call us at 423-425-5741.
Employees are expected to be committed to protecting the health and safety of all University students, faculty, staff, volunteers, patients, and visitors. To accomplish this, the University provides information and training to employees about health and safety hazards and safeguards. Employees are expected to exercise good health and safety practices and to comply with all health and safety laws and regulations.