Welfare and Security Committee



GCATT Boardroom, 3:00PM

Tuesday, October 4, 2005


WSC Members Present:† Mary Ann Ingram, Chair (ECE), Carole Moore (VPAA), Paul Supawanich (Student), Tom Akins (DOPP) Ex-officio.† Guests:† Teresa Crocker (Chief of Police), John Grovenstein (OHR), Gary May (ECE), Chuck Rhode (Facilities), Cindy Smith (Student Health Center)


1.† Mary Ann welcomed members and guests and opened the discussion on how to fund the installation and maintenance of AEDís (Automatic External Defibrillators) across the campus.† After lengthy discussion the group concluded that more information on costs, maintenance, number of units needed, liability, regulations, and oversight responsibilities is needed.†† An ad hoc committee was proposed to address these issues and formulate a proposal for Dr. Chameau. Cindy Smith (Director of Student Health Services), a representative from Facilities, Teresa Crocker (Chief of Police), and two members (to be determined) of the Welfare and Security Committee (WSC) will constitute the ad hoc committee. One of the WSC members will chair the committee. The committee was encouraged to consult with Bob Lang (Director of Homeland Security), Freddie Everett (Risk Management), Randy Nordin (Legal), and Hal Irvin (Organizational Development).† It is hoped that the committee will be able to report back quickly.


2.† The minutes of our August 24, 2005 meeting were approved.


3.† Teresa Crocker reported that another meeting is scheduled in late October to discuss motorized carts.† It is a complicated issued with significant financial considerations.† The chair officially requested that the committee be able to review a draft of the proposal when it is formulated.


4.† Mary Ann gave a report on the Parking and Transportation Advisory Committee meeting.


5.† Mary Ann informed the committee that Frank Lambert will submit the Welfare and Security Annual Report at the General Faculty Assembly on October 11th.


6.† Export control was presented briefly as an issue that may have significant impact on faculty members and that the committee may want to address.


7.† The topic of multi-campus governance will be on the agenda for the next meeting.† Monte Hayes will be invited to attend.


8.† Next meeting will be scheduled in November.