Occupational health and safety at CPTC includes those programs that provide for the general safety of students, staff and visitors. Following the safety and health standards set forth in Section 18 of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 governed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and administered by the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries, the Office of Compliance oversees the college’s safety plans, policies and committees.
Chapter 6 Section 7 – Safety Committee
Chapter 6 Section 8 – Accident Prevention Responsibilities
Chapter 6 Section 9 – Accident Reporting and Follow-Up
Chapter 6 Section 10 – Safety Education, Orientation and Training
Chapter 6 Section 11 – Job Safety
Chapter 6 Section 13 – Hazard Notification
Chapter 6 Section 14 – First Aid Kits
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The All Hazard Committee is CPTC’s version of a safety committee which is a requirement of law. The group meets to communicate and evaluate college safety and health issues. Accident/Incident reports are reviewed and the group polled for current safety concerns. The group is comprised of faculty, staff and a student representative. The composition of the group, whether management appointed or employee elected, is also mandated by law. Building captains and co-captains are also included to better communicate safety issues and broaden campus involvement.
Meeting Schedule – The All Hazard Committee meets the fourth Tuesday of each month at 2 p.m.
There are three AEDs on the Main Campus at CPTC. The locations are as follows: Building 23, Building 8 and mobile in the on-duty security vehicle.