Injury And Illness Prevention Program
To support a safe work environment, Mt. San Jacinto College has a comprehensive Injury Illness Prevention Plan (IIPP).
Please take the time to read this document and direct any questions to the Director of Risk Management Please take the time to read this document and direct any questions to the Director of Risk Management, Ann Jensen, at 951-487-3131.
This document is updated when needed and is located here
and a copy can be picked up at one of the following offices, throughout the District:
- San Jacinto Campus - Facilities office, Building 700
- Menifee Valley Campus - Facilities office, Building 1021
- San Gorgonio Pass - Enrollment Services
- Temecula Education Center - Enrollment Services
Thank you for doing your part to keep MSJC safe!
"The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that approximately 3.3 million serious work-related injuries and about 4,300 fatalities occurred in 2009. The human cost of preventable workplace injuries and deaths is incalculable. However, according to the 2010 Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index, the direct cost of the most disabling workplace injuries and illnesses in 2008 amounted to $53.42 billion in U.S. workers compensation costs, more than one billion dollars per week. This money would be better spent on job creation and innovation. Injury and illness prevention programs are good for workers, good for business and good for America."
Dr. David Michaels, Assistant Secretary of Labor