Below you will find question and answers to many frequently asked questions. If there is something that you do not see, or are still unsure on, please call us at our office (760) 750-4502, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
There is a spill in the parking lot/lab...what do I do?
What do I do with the stock containers after they are empty?
Can I have food at my meeting/event?
We will be serving food for an on-campus fundraiser. Do we need any type of certification
What are the approved food vendors on campus?
Is a food handler's certificate required for everyone participating in our fundraiser?
Can Auxillary department managers participate in the program?
I have not completed the ergonomic training. What do I do?
It's been a while...how can I determine if I have completed the ergonomic training?
What is the work station self-evaluation?
Can I use reimbursement funds for items that are not SH&S Approved ergonomic product?
Can I use equipment reimbursement funding for my home workstation?
What do I need to do to get the fund reimbursed?
How long will it take for my office to be reimbursed?
Can someone look at my work area? The computer/desk/chair does not feel right.
What do I do if I think I need ergonomic assistance or ergonomic evaluation?
How do I know I need a footrest?
How should my chair be adjusted to fit my body?
How do I know if my keyboard tray is adjusted properly?
What type of mouse is best?
What us the best height adjustment for my monitor?
Whar do I need to do if I want to order a new type of computer keyboard?
It is cold/hot in my office?
I have old toner cartidges. What do I do?
Oh no, someone is trying to serve a subpoena! What should I do?
I am going on a field trip with students. Can I take non-CSUSM students with me on the bus
Do I need insurance for an event I am having?
I want to have an even here on campus. What forms do I need to turn into Risk Management t
How do I know if my event needs insurance or additional risk controls?
If the event appears to present additional liability risk to the University, the requestor will be informed that special event insurance may be required. The cost is based upon number of participants, vendors and exposures.
Events may present additional liability risk for any of the following reasons:
What is the California State University San Marcos new smoking policy?
What is Web Based Safety Training and does it substitute for the classroom training provid
Are you familiar with the Workers' Compensation benefits at Cal State San Marcos?
Do you know what to do if you or a co-worker is injuered or becomes ill while on the job?
After sustaining an injury or illness on the job, immediately report it to University Police (x4567 or 911 from a campus phone) and your supervisor (MPP). University Police will notify the local fire/ambulance for emergency transportation to the hospital if necessary. For first aid and urgent care treatment of your work related injury or illness, medical services will be provided by Palomar Health Corporate Health Services, 120 Craven Road, Suite 207, San Marcos, CA 92078. Please contact Integrated Risk Management at 760-750-7475 to authorize your visit prior to your arrival at Palmoar Health Corporate Health Services. If you have submitted a completed Designation of Personal Physician to Integrated Risk Management, prior to the date of injury, you have the right to be treated by that physician from the first date of injury. A Designation of Personal Physician form is available for this purpose.
The employee must complete the Employee's Claim for Workers Compensation Benefits form (DWC-1) within 24 hours of the reported injury/illness. Integrated Risk Management will provide this form to the employee within 24 hours after the injury is reported. Please complete the "employee" section of the DWC-1 claim form and return it to the Worker's Compensation Coordinator in Integrated Risk Management (760-750-7475) within 24 hours of the reported injury.