2012 Safety Series

Note: This series is capped at 18 participants.

Categories: Safety

Level: Fundamental

Type: A La Carte Series
To maximize the collaborative learning, please review your calendar before registering to ensure you can attend the workshops.

Certificate: Participants will receive a certificate of completion if they attend all four workshops.

Total Series Time: 7.5 Hours (one 1 1/2 hour workshop & three 2-hour workshops)

Make-Ups: No make-ups are scheduled for this series.

Pre-requisites: None

Target Audience: Individuals interested in learning how to be safe at work and at home.

Series Description: "Protecting the health and safety of employees, students, guests, and the environment is the primary concern of all of us at James Madison University." - JMU Comprehensive Safety Plan Mission Statement opening sentence.

This series is designed to highlight safety topics of importance to the JMU community. Be prepared to do your part to keep our campus secure!

Session One: Recent Scams and Other Safety Concerns, Course# TD1546
Tuesday, July 24, 2012, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM, Wine-Price

Presented by: Mary Helmick, Director of Procurement Services, Jennifer Dellinger, Supervisor of Visa Programs & Kevin Lanoue, Crime Analyst/Emergency Management Specialist

Workshop Description: Buyer Beware! How do you figure out what is safe and what isn't? In this workshop participants will learn how to identify scams, how to prevent fraud and how to protect themselves.

Session Two: Internet Safety, Course# TD1369
Tuesday, September 25, 2012, 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM, Wine-Price

Presented by: Darlene Quackenbush, Planning/Info Security Officer

Workshop Description: Are you protecting your identity and protecting JMU while using the Internet? Can you recognize a phishing email? Spamming on your email account? Do you know what your kids are doing on your home computer? These topics and more will be covered at this workshop.

Session Three: Campus Safety, Course# TD1263
Tuesday, October 30, 2012, 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM, Wine-Price

Presented by: Kevin Lanoue, Crime Analyst/Emergency Management Specialist

Workshop description: An overview of safety at work. Topics of discussion will range from general safety tips, recognizing danger and having a plan of action, to specific topics covering irate customers, threatening phone calls and e-mails, fire alarms, etc.

Session Four: Sexual Assault Prevention, Course# TD1371
Thursday, November 29, 2012, 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM, Wine-Price

Presented by: Liz Howley, Assistant Director UHC - Student Wellness Outreach
Prevention Services

Workshop description: Sexual assault happens on college campuses nation-wide. In fact, college females are at the highest risk for being sexually assaulted than all others in the population. What happens when a student you know has been sexually assaulted? Come learn common emotional reactions to sexual assault, JMU policies and procedures for dealing with sexual assault, and resources on campus to help both you and the student with this issue.


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