Overall Rating Silver - expired
Overall Score 51.35
Liaison Stephanie Del Rosario
Submission Date Sept. 10, 2012
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STARS v1.1

California State University, Fullerton
PAE-14: Sustainability in New Employee Orientation

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 2.00 / 2.00 Elda Moreno
Benefits Manager
HRS: Operations
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Does the institution cover sustainability topics in new employee orientation and/or in outreach and guidance materials distributed to new employees, including faculty and staff?:

A brief description of how sustainability is included in new employee orientation:

During the New Employee Orientation our new employees are welcomed and provided a wealth of information and resources. Presenters from across campus provide essential information provided by their department:
Ben Price represents Parking and Transportation; Mehdi Islam, Diversity and Equity; Cari Elofson – EH&IS; Melissa Dominguez – Administration IT, Employee Training Center; The Human Resources Managers introducing the NEO are Elizabeth Castello, Employee Relations Manager and Rakesha Thomas, Employment Manager.
The electronic Staff Guide is available by following the link to the guide: http://hr.fullerton.edu/neo/guide/

Environmental Health and Instructional Safety (EHIS) offers a variety of safety training to new employees intended to increase the awareness and promote the safety and health of faculty, staff and students. The environmental health and safety portion of the New Employee Orientation includes the following topics:
- Safety Responsibilities;
- Programs and Policies;
- Chemicals and Hazards;
- Emergency Preparedness;
- Hazard Identification and Reporting;
- Employee Training Programs.
More information about EHIS Training is available at: http://pp.fullerton.edu/information/sustainability

The website URL for the information about sustainability in new employee orientation:

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