Industrial & Enterprise Systems Engineering (ISE) and the Grainger College of Engineering (GCOE) are dedicated to protecting the environment, health, and safety for all those who work or visit the college, and our community. The GCOE Office of Safety provides comprehensive safety services to all ISE staff, researchers, and faculty through our Integrated Safety Management Services. Our task is to support ISE students, faculty, and staff with the implementation of campus environmental health and safety commitments and responsibilities as outlined in the Campus Administrative Manual. For additional resources and a more comprehensive look at safety resources on our campus visit the GCOE Office of Safety website.
Facility Access Maps
These floorplans are designed to help our community navigate ISE buildings. Features include; accessible entries and exits, interior access routes, evacuation assembly areas, restroom and water fountain locations, elevator and stair locations, assistive listening systems, parking, and bus stops.
ISE Safety Committee
The personal safety and health of each ISE employee is of primary importance. To the greatest degree possible, this committee will provide a voice to ensure ISE provides personal safety and health through education, communication, and practice.
Please email us or speak to one of your colleagues below and we will discuss and follow up on any health and safety concerns you may have.
Contact the committee at: ISEfirstname.lastname@example.org
- TBD, ISE Front office
- Jose Corral, Safety Engineer
- Heidi Craddock, Director of Undergraduate Programs
- Dillon Jones, Facilities Operations Coordinator
- Bob Norris, Clinical Associate Professor
- Lucas Osborne, Senior Laboratory Mechanic
- BuuLinh Quach, Assistant to the Department Head
- TBD, Graduate Student representative
Minute for Safety
The ISE Safety Committee encourages the ISE community to review our monthly “minute for safety”.
Minutes for Safety will provide a quick overview of various health and safety related topics and include links for personnel to learn more about these topics from our campus resources and subject-matter experts.
If you have ideas for a Minute for Safety or have any questions about our slides, please contact ISEemail@example.com
Building Emergency Action Plan
Annual review of the Building Emergency Action Plan (BEAP) is required for all employees on campus. The Office of Safety will include the BEAP training as part of ISE staff, researcher, and faculty onboarding. Learn more about the BEAP on Emergency Management’s website
All ISE personnel should have access to their BEAP. Please contact ISEfirstname.lastname@example.org if you do not have access to the BEAP that covers your primary work area.