Some topics don’t fit neatly into other categories:
There is sometime confusion over which processes ABAC$ handles versus HROE. ABaC$ handles payroll, business policies, student hiring, among other functions.
- ABaC$ Business Practices Manual
- Exception Slip (electronic)
- Student Employees (see process description under Recruitment & Hiring)
Some diversity-related topics are covered on the University Libraries’ MROC website. Here are some important resources and special groups.
- UA Libraries’ Diversity Statement
- Diversity Resource Office (DRO) 626-5502
- Association for Women Faculty (AWF)
- Business and Professional Women (BPW)
- Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)
- Disability Resource Center (DRC) 621-3268
- Office of Institutional Equity (OIE) 621-9449
- UA Office of LGBTQ Affairs
- UA SafeZONE, sponsored by Residence Life, is a campus-wide program committed to making The University of Arizona a safer, more receptive, and inclusive environment for members of the gay, lesbian, bi-affectionate, transgender, and questioning community.
- For More information on LGBQ General Education, Gender Identity & Ally Development, email:email@example.com or call 626-1996.
- OUTReach - - Faculty, staff and graduate student gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender networking organization
- UA Center for Student Involvement & Leadership (CSIL)
- Southern Arizona Gender Alliance (SAGA) is Southern Arizona's LGBTQ Community Resource group; they sponsor frequent events and activities as well as offer education, support and advocacy.
- Women's Resource Center (WRC)
- Use the Online Reporting System for Reporting a Workplace Injury (replaced paper forms a/o 8/31/10)
- The paper version of the Supervisor's Report of Employee Injury/Illness (Fillable PDF, Printable PDF), is intended to be used only when WebConnect is not readily available. (4/09 Risk Mgmt)
- Non-Employee Incident Report Form (Word format; 3/05 Risk Mgmt)
- A handy Workmen's Comp FAQ Sheet is posted at Risk Management. If you still have questions about worker's comp or workplace injury procedures, contact Belen Aranda 621-3626.
- For life threatening injuries, go to the nearest emergency room or call 9-1-1.
- For uncomplicated injuries or assessment, have the individual go to the Campus Health Center. If in doubt about the seriousness of the injury, call emergency services (9-1-1).
For customers, attending staff should prepare an incident statement in as much detail as possible indicating at least identity of the injured, the time and date, the location of the incident, and the circumstances surrounding the incident.
For any regular or student employees, supervisors should be notified as soon as possible regarding the injury. Make early notification to the state 24/7 by calling toll free: 1-800-837-8535.
- The supervisor must complete and sign a Supervisor's Report of Employee Injury with the details of the situation that led to the injury within 7 calendar days of the incident. This document is sent to Risk Management.
- Report any injury to the FM work team within one work day and provide a copy of the Supervisor's Report when completed.
- See further details of the process at the Risk Mgmt. Dept. site.
- Medical treatment costs associated with on-the-job injury are covered by worker's compensation insurance. Coverage determinations are administered by the Arizona State Risk Management Office as governed by state law. If coverage is denied, employees may be responsible for costs incurred.
- If in doubt about procedures or to follow-up on claims, call Risk Managment & Safety at 621-1790.
Safety & Security: Facilities Management has "ownership" for much of this, but here are the highlights and other information.
- ABC’s of Security
- UA Libraries Code of Conduct (11/28/11)
- Behaviors, policies, see HROE's Employee Advising - Additional UA Resources
- Library Emergency Procedures
- Library Evacuation Plans
- Oasis Program for Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence - Provides services such as counseling, presentations and self-defense classes for students and employees affected by sexual assualt, relationship violence and stalking. Call 626-2051. More Sexual Assault Resources
- ASUA Safe Ride - Provides a free ride Sunday-Friday in the evening hours anywhere within Main Campus boundaries for all students, faculty and staff of the UA community alone at night on campus; call 621-SAFE (7233) or see the website for additional evening safety resources.
- UA Policies on Disruptive, Threatening or Violent Behavior
- University of Arizona Visitor Guide
- Other UA Visitor Information
- Marana Chamber of Commerce
- Northern Pima County Chamber of Commerce
- Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce
- Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce
- Tucson Regional Economic Opportunities (TREO)
- Campus Map
- Disability Resources
- Employment Opportunities
- Parking Info and Map
- UA Phone Directory
- Library Staff Directory
- Library Directory by Teams
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