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updated information on their educational efforts and programs with comply with the Act.
Results are posted on the website on an annual basis.
EITC is also a source of emergency information for the community. Four times a year
Bonneville County conducts tests of emergency sirens located on the roof of Building 1. If a
city-wide emergency were to arise, EITC would be at the forefront of informing the
community. In addition to being a communication beacon, EITC runs campus-wide drills for
fires; these are coordinated with the community’s first responder agencies. Additionally, the
Health Sciences Building can be used as a backup for the hospital during wide-spread
emergencies.
On Campus Community-Safety – Assessment (4A)
To ensure the on-campus community is a safe environment, the Safety Committee meets
ten times per year. During these meetings safety and incident reports from the month are
reviewed and assessed. Improvements are then implemented if deemed necessary. As a
result, EITC has had 100% compliance with annual safety reporting since FY 2012 (Title Ix,
Clery Act).
Personal responsibility for safety is encouraged across campus. Faculty and staff are
required to complete the on-line Global Compliance Network (GNC) safety training
annually. There has been a 100% completion in FY15, even with the addition of a new
module on Active Shooters. In addition to on-line training, safety training is usually
provided at fall and spring in-services.
The Emergency Response Plan is a fluid document that is reviewed regularly and modified
as needed by the Safety Committee. Finally, one of the items in the Noel-Levitz Survey,
administered each spring, has to do with how safe students feel on campus. Student
satisfaction in this area has consistently exceeded that of our peer institutions.
On Campus Community-Safety – Improvement (4B)
The Safety Committee meets ten times per year with full representation from each
division/department across campus as well as a student representative from Student
Senate. During these meetings safety and security incident reports from the previous month
are reviewed and assessed for improvement. General safety and security issues and policies
campus-wide are discussed and evaluated.
Clery Committee:
In order to comply with the federal Clery Law, EITC has four designated
CSA's (Campus Security Authorities). The Clery Law defines these individuals as: "An official
of
an institution who has significant responsibility for student and campus activities,
including, but not limited to, student housing, student discipline, and campus judicial
proceedings.” The four CSA's along with the Vice President of Finance and Administration
and the head of Security Services meet monthly to review the prior month's security
incident reports and report any Clery violations required for reporting.
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