University Safety & Loss Control Committee
The University Safety and Loss Control Committee (USLCC) is a university-level, standing committee of the university faculty. Members of the USLCC are appointed by the Committee on Committees, subject to confirmation by the Faculty Senate. The committee is composed of 17 voting members and three ex-officio (non-voting) members and includes one faculty member from each college.
The responsibilities and purposes of the USLCC are as follows:
- To promote policies and programs that will provide a safe and healthy working and living environment for university students, employees and members of the public, and that will protect public property from injury and damage.
- To promote the principles and associated benefits of an effective Safety and Loss-Control Policy.
- To endorse and systematically promote university employee safety learning and development.
- To encourage the campus community to identify, correct, and report potential hazards and/or unsafe work practices.
- To monitor and review University of Idaho accident and loss summarized reports and statistics.
- To report annually to Faculty Council and the President’s Executive Council on campus-wide safety initiatives and program development.
For more information
Patricia Baker, COSS, CIWCS
Occupational Safety Specialist