Residential and Auxiliary Facilities Reaches Goal of 100 Days Injury Free
University Housing and Auxiliary Facilities has been injury free for the last 100 days and counting. This goal was set previously by the Director of University Housing and Auxiliary Facilities Mike Head and his team. University Housing and Auxiliary Facilities’ Safety Committee has worked diligently, with the help of the whole staff, to ensure that safety is first on everyone’s minds. They have achieved this awesome goal by looking out for one another, following their operating procedures, making sure to wear proper safety equipment, checking their Safety Data Sheets, and ensuring their equipment is in the best working order on all shifts. And all while maintaining a very fast paced work environment while preparing for this year’s summer renovations and cleaning efforts.
Currently, University Housing and Auxiliary Facilities has over 214 employees, working on eight separate operational shifts, seven days a week. This includes holidays and campus closings. To go 100 days without a work related injury is a huge accomplishment. Director Mike Head and his senior staff will be planning a celebration with their staff soon.
Congratulations to all Facilities staff members for this outstanding achievement and a job well done!
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