SAFETY

The online information is a general overview of the safety program and can be used as a quick reference guide. Complete Safety Manuals are available in each department and can be checked out from the Human Resources Office for your review. The complete Safety Program manual is the best source for information regarding the Shasta College Safety Program.

For a map of Shasta College, click the following link:
College Map

Emergency Phone Numbers

Emergency Phone Numbers

 

Campus Security Emergency

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242-7910

General Emergency

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911

Poison Control

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1-800-222-1222

Suicide Prevention

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225-5252

Shasta Regional Medical Center

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244-5400

Mercy Medical Center

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225-6000

American Red Cross

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243-3021

County Office of Emergency Services

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245-6175

County Health Department

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225-5591

Road Conditions

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1-800-427-7623

Public Health

West Nile Virus

Shasta Country Public Health has provided Shasta College with a few informational flyers regarding the threat of the West Nile Virus. For any job that requires you to work outside, this is valuable information. Please click on the following links to read up on the dangers of West Nile, and how you can protect yourself.

H1N1 Virus

Please review the following document provided by Shasta County Public Health for information as well as preventative measures for the H1N1 Virus (Swine Flu).

Please note that there are simple things that can be done to reduce risk of contracting H1N1 and seasonal influenza such as:

  • Washing hands frequently with soap and water and/or using alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth.
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes (cough or sneeze into an arm or shoulder or into a tissue).
  • Avoid sharing personal items such as eating/drinking utensils, toothbrushes, and towels, especially with ill persons.