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Vol 2 Issue #11 November, 2010

Needed-- EHS Student Assistant

Currently seeking strong, enthusiastic individual currently majoring in or having knowledge of Chemestry and MSDS processes. Individual must be a Current KSU Student in good accademic standing. No prior experience neccessary but is prefered. Click here to fill out an application.

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Contacts

EHS - General

Tel: 770-499-3321
Fax: 770-420-4363
Email: ehs@kennesaw.edu

Campus Emergency

Dial - 6666

EHS STAFF

Executive Director

Mr. Gerald Donaldson, REM
Email: gdonalds@kennesaw.edu
x3321

Risk Manager

Eutopia Johnson, MBA
Email:ejohns93@kennesaw.edu
x2460

Chemical Safety Manager

Ms. Vanessa Biggers Email:vbigger1@kennesaw.edu
x2415

Environmental Manager

Mr. Stephen Ndiritu, MS Email:sndiritu@kennesaw.edu
x2410

Operations Coordinator

Mr. Lionel Elder Email:lelder4@kennesaw.edu
x2968

Administrative Associate

Ms. Natalie Higgins, BS
Email:nhiggin2@kennesaw.edu
x3321

Student Assistant

Ms. Leslie Davis
Email: ldavi125@kennesaw.edu
x3321

Student Assistant

Miss Brittany Rhoades
Email:brhoade2@kennesaw.edu
x3321

Work Study

Mr. David Harrell
Email: dharrel5@kennesaw.edu
x3321

     

KSU Developing a Storm Water Management Program

safd Kennesaw State University has many activities and operations that could potentially impact public water ways through storm water runoff from the campus. To help mitigate University’s impact to surface waters, the department of Environmental Health Safety and Risk Management is currently in the process of developing a Storm Water Management Program (SWMP) for the campus.This is also in line with requirements of Federal Clean Water Act (CWA) administered by the EPA.


With this program, KSU will adapt Best Management Practices (BMP) for each control measure stipulated by the National Pollution Discharge Elimination Standard (NPDES) of the Clean Water Act. The goal of adopting BMPs is to eliminate or reduce release of pollutants from various activities and operations on campus, into the public water ways.


A number of on-campus stakeholders are currently helping with development of the program. Implementation is scheduled to start at the beginning of next year (2011). Successful implementation will require participation of all facets of the University, including administration, faculties, students, and facility/maintenance group.

If you would like to be involved with this process, please contact Stephen Ndiritu, University’s Environmental Manager at 678-797-2410.

 

 

New KSU Risk Manager

 

Eutopia Johnson joins the Environmental Health, Safety, and Risk Management Department as the new Risk Manager.  Eutopia has more than 10 years insurance experience working with major insurance firms in the personal lines arena.  Eutopia achieved her Masters in Business Administration and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Educational Leadership.  Eutopia is an avid member of Toastmasters International and currently holds the position of Area Governor within the organization.  The married mother of three enjoys reading, sewing, and spending time with family and friends. If you need the services of KSU's Risk Manager or if you just want to say hello, you can reach Eutopia via email or by phone at 678-797-2460. Her physical office location is CP 201C, located in Chastain Point near facilities.


WISHING ALL OF YOU A HAPPY THANKSGIVING

 

 

 

FROM YOUR FRIENDS AT ENVIRONMENTAL Health & Safety

         
 

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