St. Cloud Technical and Community College is dedicated to the safety of our employees, students and visitors. If you have a safety concern that is not an emergency, you may submit you concerns to the Safety and Health Office or to the Safety Committee by clicking on this link. Submit Your Safety Questions/Concerns
Safety Policies & Programs
St. Cloud Technical & Community College is committed to fostering a culture of safety and health throughout our community. A safety culture is a shared mind-set based on personal commitment where all believe that performing their jobs safely is essential and is not in competition with personal or organizational priorities. The SCTCC occupational safety and health policies and programs listed below support our safety culture vision. These policies and programs will be reviewed on an annual basis.
Compliance Inspection Reports
- MPCA Inspection Report
- OSHA Inspection Status Report 5-30-14
- OSHA Consultation Report 7-15-15
- OSHA Consultation Report 10-6-15
- OSHA Consultation Report 02-02-2017
Self-Conducted Compliance Inspections
In an effort to be proactive in maintaining compliance with OSHA standards, the Department of Safety and Security conducts unscheduled walk-throughs of labs and shops for Trades and Industry programs, Applied and Physical Science programs, and our health programs. Results of those inspections can be found by clicking here (TBD).
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)/Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
St. Cloud Technical and Community College (SCTCC) currently maintains MSDS’s/SDS’s for each hazardous chemical using electronic access with a company called SiteHawk. This MSDS/SDS’s system ensures that they are readily accessible during each work shift to employees and students when they are in their work area(s).
In conjunction with the Minnesota State, SCSU and many other schools will be switching to a new company called MSDSonline®.
Links are provided below for access to each of the systems.
Data sheets containing information are required under part 5206.0700, subpart 2, or in accordance with Code of Federal Regulations, title 29, part 1910.1200 (g), regarding the physical, chemical and hazardous properties of a substance or mixture. These sheets provide a summary of health and safety information on the chemical provided by the chemical manufacturer. Information provided on a standard MSDS/SDS includes; product identification, potential health hazards including symptoms and routes of entry, physical properties, fire and explosion hazards, reactivity data, spill or leak procedures, emergency first aid for exposure, and protective equipment to be used.