The safety and wellbeing of our staff and students is of utmost importance. Employees of GRCC must be aware of all institutional policies and adhere to them at all times. A comprehensive list of these policies can be found at: www.grcc.edu/policies.In addition, we ask that you review the following policies and complete the required training within your first 3 weeks of employment at GRCC:
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- GHS - Right to know
- Title IX for Higher Education
- FERPA for Higher Education
- Promoting a Substance-free Workplace
- Ethics - Foundational Values for a Code of Conduct
- Harassment Prevention for Employees
- Acceptable Use of Technology
- Drug and Alcohol Policy
- Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program
SkillPort is a robust online learning solution that includes e-learning compliance courses, supporting content and technology designed to be available 24/7. As part of our ongoing commitment to your professional development, this learning initiative can be accessed from the convenience of your desktop computer, laptop or mobile device.
The 'Right to Know - Global Harmonized System of Classification' module is also available on Blackboard. Go to My Bb, click on Hazard Communication under the Organizations.
Run. Hide. Fight. (Actove Shooter Response Training) is required for all college staff and faculty. The 90 minute face-to-face training session will be presented by GRCC Police Chief Rebecca Whitman and will describe what an active shooter is; detail the 'Run Hide Fight' response to an active shooter situation; explain ways to recognize and report potential threats to our campus, and answer any questions attendees may have. This training is offered every other month. Dates and registration are available on the Staff Development Current Learning Opportunities web page.
If you have any questions, please contact Staff Development at x4285.