Risk Management

Oklahoma State University Tightens Travel Rules For Employees

A year after a 1960s-era, single-engine airplane crashed, killing four including its 82-year-old pilot, Oklahoma State University will require all private planes and their pilots to undergo a review before being used for university-related travel.

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OSHA Proposes Hefty Fine For Safety Violations In UT Dallas Crane Collapse

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited the crane operator in the deadly tower crane collapse at the University of Texas at Dallas in July with six serious safety violations, proposing $29,400 in fines.

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UC Davis Marks A Year Since Pepper-Spraying By Cops

It's been one year since UC Davis police infamously pepper-sprayed students who were camped out in protest on the campus quad, and university officials say they have learned a valuable lesson.

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A Year After Deadly Crash, Oklahoma State University Seeks To Update Travel Policy

A year after a plane carrying two Oklahoma State University coaches, a former state senator and his wife crashed in the mountains of central Arkansas, OSU officials say they plan to propose an updated travel policy later this month.

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Displaced Fairfield U. Students Move In With The University President

Fairfield University President Jeffrey von Arx is used to hosting visiting Jesuits, campus speakers, even his parents on occasion in his spacious off-campus house -- but never students. Until Sandy.

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Despite Amendment 64, CU-Boulder Still Plans To Snuff 4/20 Smoke-Out

The University of Colorado still plans to make sure thousands of pot smokers don't gather April 20, despite the passage of a statewide measure legalizing marijuana.

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USC Announces New Security Measures In Shooting Aftermath

In the wake of last week’s shooting on campus, USC on Tuesday announced a new set of heightened security measures, including visitor restrictions and mandatory identification checks on anyone seeking to enter the main campus between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m.

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In Wake of Hurricane Sandy, Free Webinar Explores Strategies for Unified Emergency Messaging

This free online seminar is sponsored by e2Campus, a provider of unified mass notification systems for sending time-sensitive information to large groups of people.

Rutgers, Many Other N.J. Colleges Cancel Classes For Rest Of Week

A growing number of New Jersey colleges are canceling classes and sending students home as they clean up from Hurricane Sandy.

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