Just the Facts FY18

Iowa State University has placed an emphasis on emergency preparedness as it continues to focus on essential university operations necessary to protect students, faculty, staff, and visitors during a variety of large scale events and emergency scenarios. Member of Story County Local Emergency Planning Committee New Emergency Operation Center (EOC) established and outfitted 6 football games with the EOC operational 8 emergency preparedness exercises created and administered 156 AEDs across the university 1,858 Emergency Response Guide Video training module completions 4,505 safety signs installed and inspected EH&S supports the diversity and inclusion efforts on campus through departmental awareness activities as well as individual employee participation in various campus groups. • Be a RESPONDer (suicide prevention) presentation • Campus Climate Committee • DPS Engagement and Inclusion Officer presentation • Green Dot Bystander training • EH&S heritage potluck • iSCORE attendance • University Committee on Women • United Way Biological safety staff work to minimize exposures to biohazardousmaterials and prevent their release and potential harm to humans, plants, animals, or the environment. 41 USDA permits coordinated 137 Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) protocols reviewed 254 biosafety cabinet certifications completed 596 Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) protocols reviewed 1,206 hazardous material packages shipped 3,350 pounds of medical waste collected