Safety Committee

2010-2011 Facilities Management Safety Committee Members

The following persons will serve as your 2010-2011 representation to the AU Facilities Management Safety Committee.  Please do not hesitate to contact them with any safety related concerns/issues.

Facilities Admin: 
Dan King

Margaret Smith
David Floyd

Greg Harper

Matthew Bunn
James Lyons
HR/Financial/OIT/Planning: Amie Hart
Building Services:   
Tyree Torbert

Carolyn Brown

Mark Clement
Landscape Services:  
Melissa Newton
Design/Construction: Randy King
Johnny Clark

Auburn University Facilities Management Safety Committee Charter

“No task is so important and no call for service is so urgent that we cannot take the time to perform our work safely.”

Mission Statement:
The mission of the Auburn University Facilities Management Safety Committee (Safety Committee) is to develop and promote a healthy and safe work environment for all employees and visitors to our facilities through the involvement of all individuals with regards to education, communication and safe work practices.

In addition to this primary mission, the Safety Committee encourages all employees to participate in the safety process for the betterment of all concerned. The personal safety and health of each employee of the Auburn University Facilities Management is of primary importance. To the greatest degree possible, this committee will provide employees a voice to management to ensure that concerns and issues related to safety are brought to the forefront. In carrying out its primary mission, the committee is committed to four basic principles:
  • Help to formulate and disseminate policies, practices, and procedures that promote health and safety.
  • Assist management in the planning of action on occupational health and safety. This will include helping to set priorities to control hazards.
  • Act as a problem solving group to help with the identification and control of hazards.
  • Help to resolve health and safety issues.

  • Activities:
    The activities of the committee will include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • Identify unsafe work practices and conditions and suggest appropriate remedies.
  • Review accident/incident reports. Types of accidents, causes and trends shall be identified and appropriate corrective action suggested.
  • Assist in the development and implementation and maintenance of effective safety programs.
  • Encourage feedback from all individuals with regard to health and safety related ideas, problems, and solutions.
  • Serve as an advisory body to the Auburn University Facilities Management Safety Steering Committee on safety programs and issues.

Last Updated: Apr 07, 2011
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