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In recognition of the impact that compliance with federal, state, and local occupational and environmental regulations have made on all higher education campuses, the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education in 1994 endorsed and funded an auxiliary program which is operated from the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education office in Oklahoma City. In essence, this program is an active network of campus employees responsible for safety, security, compliance, loss prevention, risk management, emergency management, and environmental issues.

In 2004, the name was changed from the Regents' Training Center to the System Safety, Health & Environment Resource Center (SSHERC) to better reflect the mission and goals.

Periodically the SSHERC provides training to campus safety and health representatives, in addition to maintaining a resource library for the compliance training of front-line employees on the campuses. Examples of the training provided to the campus representatives include the Basic Occupational Safety School, the Environmental Compliance & Hazardous Materials School, and the Higher Education Emergency Management School. These training seminars are held at various campuses in the central Oklahoma area in an attempt to facilitate attendance from all the schools.

The SSHERC publishes a quarterly campus safety newsletter, which can be distributed to all employees on each of the campuses. The listserv also is a resource available to anyone who might benefit.

By providing an established network of campuses, the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education have recognized that, while each campus has individual needs, compliance issues in federal, state, and local regulations are common throughout the state. The SSHERC may be reached at 405/225-9458.


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