AP 6800 Safety - Administrative Procedures, Chapter 6 Business and Fiscal Affairs

  • References: Cal/OSHA; Labor Code Sections 6300 et seq.; Title 8 Section 3203; Code of Civil Procedure Section 527.8; Penal Code Sections 273.6, 626.9, 626.10, and 12021


Prevention activities increase awareness and minimize the potential for crisis in the workplace. Training is essential for all staff to learn how to recognize early warning signs, so that appropriate intervention can be provided for identified areas of conflict in the workplace.

Crisis or conflict constitutes any inappropriate or unreasonable disruption that interferes with the normal functioning of one's work.

Acts of violence include any physical action, whether intentional or reckless, that harms or threatens the safety of self, another individual or property.

A threat of violence includes any behavior that by its very nature could be interpreted by a reasonable person as intent to cause physical harm to self, another individual or property.

Workplace includes the college campus and off-campus locations where college-sponsored activities take place and faculty, staff, or student employees are engaged in college business or locations where incidents occur as a result of the person's relationship to the college community.

Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) is a program that applies to all full and part-time employees, temporary and seasonal employees and volunteers working for the district.

General Safety concerns

Employees shall comply with the requirements of the district's Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP). Employees' responsibilities can be found in section 4.6 of the Program. The IIPP is located at Skip plugin notice.

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