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Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment and Related Misconduct Including Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment, Sexual Violence, Interpersonal Violence and Stalking

This Policy prohibits (i) all forms of Discrimination and Harassment based on Protected Status; (ii) Sexual Violence and Sexual Exploitation, (iii) Stalking and Interpersonal Violence, which need not ... Harassment and Related Misconduct v 05-26-2021.pdf ... . May be a pattern of behavior or, if sufficiently severe, a one-time event. May be committed in the presence of others, when the Reporting Party and Responding Party are alone, or through remote

Industrial Maintenance and Construction/Support Services Safety Manual - Hand and Portable Power Tool Safety

The purpose of this section is to promote the safe use of, and to reduce the likelihood of injuries involving the use of hand or power tools. ... failure. Under certain conditions, even a small amount of current can result in fibrillation of the heart and eventual death. A shock also can cause the user to fall off a ladder or other elevated work

Industrial Maintenance and Construction/Support Services Safety Manual - Electrical Safety

The purpose of this policy is to provide minimum guidelines for safety-related work practices to ensure a safe and healthful work environment is provided for UNC-Chapel Hill employees who may be exposed to electrical circuits or electrical hazards. ... in the event of a short-circuit condition (e.g. batteries). Energized Electrical Work Permit If live parts are not placed in an electrically safe condition, work to be performed shall

Industrial Maintenance and Construction/Support Services Safety Manual - Hot Work - Welding and Cutting Safety Policy

This policy is to ensure UNC employee safety during welding and cutting operations along with the protection of property (including equipment) from Hot Work operations conducted at the University ... appropriate fire extinguishers and/or fire suppression equipment (e.g. water hose). The Fire Watch must be able to activate the fire alarm and be able to contact the Fire Department in the event of an

Policies and Procedures Under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (“FERPA”)

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ("UNC-Chapel Hill" or "University") has adopted the following policies and procedures in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act ... . In the event of any conflict between this Policy and FERPA, FERPA shall govern. Please refer to both this Policy, including the footnotes, and the FERPA regulations for guidance. Scope of

Biological Safety Manual - Chapter 09: Primary Containment for Biohazards: Selection, Installation and Use of Biological Safety Cabinets

This document presents information on the design, selection, function and use of BSCs, which are the primary means of containment developed for working safely with infectious microorganisms. Brief ... from the cabinet. A radiation safety professional should be contacted for specific guidance. Risk Assessment The potential for untoward events must be evaluated to eliminate or reduce to the

School of Nursing: Standard on the Faculty Recognition Award

The Faculty Recognition Award, given in even numbered years, recognizes a faculty member who goes "above and beyond" the call of duty and who shows extraordinary and consistent dedication to the ... next review. Standard The Faculty Recognition Award, given in even numbered years, recognizes a faculty member who goes "above and beyond" the call of duty and who shows extraordinary and

Biological Safety Manual - Chapter 04: Laboratory Biosafety Level Criteria

The essential elements of the four biosafety levels for activities involving infectious microorganisms and laboratory animals are summarized in Table 1 of this chapter and discussed in Chapter 2. The ... alarms and emergency backup. A chemical shower must be provided to decontaminate the surface of the positive pressure suit before the worker leaves the laboratory. In the event of an

Laboratory Safety Manual - Chapter 07: Highly Toxic Chemicals and Select Carcinogens

This chapter supplements previous chapters by giving specific extra precautions, postings, training, and protective equipment necessary when working with substances that are highly toxic and/or ... carcinogens must include standard operating procedures in the Laboratory Safety Plan (LSP) describing the hazards of the compounds, safety precautions and emergency procedures in the event of a spill. Refer

Industrial Maintenance and Construction/Support Services Safety Manual - Fall Protection

protection policy is to establish a set of guidelines and requirements that UNC Environment, Health and Safety, supervisors, and employees must uphold. ... determined by a competent person to be undamaged and suitable for reuse. The supervisor shall provide for prompt rescue of employees in the event of a fall or shall assure that employees are able to rescue

1265 - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Policy on Ethyl Alcohol Regulations

Finance-Policy-and-Procedures-Manual ... , and natural history. General reagent work in chemical laboratories. Research and laboratory work in the School of Medicine, School of Dentistry, and School of Pharmacy, as well as other research

1238 - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Policy on Zero-Dollar Purchase Orders

Finance-Policy-and-Procedures-Manual ... zero dollars documenting the contractual agreement and shipping details with the vendor. Even though no expenses are anticipated with a zero-dollar purchase, a valid chartfield string must be provided

Office of Sponsored Research - 900.01 - Research Service Centers

Research Service Centers (RSCs), also known as cores, core facilities, recharge or service centers, support the research enterprise by providing researchers and scientists with access to ... research enterprise by providing researchers and scientists with access to infrastructure, scientific technologies, and services that are normally beyond the technical or financial capability of

Biological Safety Manual - Chapter 08: Agent Summary Statements (Section VI: Arboviruses and Related Zoonotic Viruses)

infrequently studied, newly identified, or have only single isolation events may not have been evaluated by SALS, ACAV, CDC, or the NIH (See Table 3). Thorough risk assessment is important for all arboviral

Biological Safety Manual - Chapter 16: Working With Human, NHP, and Other Mammalian Cells and Tissues

Although risk of laboratory infection from working with cell cultures in general is low, risk increases when working with human and other primate cells, and primary cells from other mammalian species ... will eventually develop AIDS. AIDS can result in severe opportunistic infections that an individual with a normal immune system would only rarely experience, as well as a wide range of neurologic and