Ten easy things you can do to make your work environment more Earth-friendly!
The Association of Healthcare Executive Students will be holding a Blood Drive on March 29, 2017 from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM in PSC – 1st floor Starbucks/Café Diem Lobby on the Macon campus. Sign up ahead of time with Quaid Stone (firstname.lastname@example.org). Walk in registrations are always welcome.
MGA Health Clinics are pleased to announce they will be reaching out to Warner Robins, Eastman, and Dublin campuses with regular satellite clinic hours! Warner Robins – Autumn Lucas, NP-C from the Macon Clinic will be supporting the Warner Robins satellite clinic on the first Tuesday of each month. Since the first Tuesday of March will be during Continue reading
The risk management safety topic of the month for February is severe weather planning. Please take the time to review how we all can be better prepared when severe weather arises in our area. Severe Weather Planning
The Marine Biology Club is planning a trip to Savannah, Georgia on February 4th and 5th. This trip will include visiting the aquariums, several natural habitats, and Gray’s Reef Film Festival. All who are interested in joining The Marine Biology Club and traveling to Savannah are encouraged to contact club adviser, Lana Kempton at email@example.com. Savannah Continue reading
The Department of Administrative Services (DOAS) who handles our building, vehicle and liability insurances offer a monthly bulletin with informative employee safety on and off the job. This month the topic is ergonomics. Click to learn more
The Waddell Barnes Botanical Gardens is holding their annual Spring Garden Symposium on Saturday, February, 25th. The theme is Encouraging and Protecting Pollinators and goes along with last fall’s National Planting Day focus. We are proud to announce the presenters this year are all very well known in the horticulture world. Please see the attached Continue reading
Last year, the Environmental Health and Safety Office kept you updated on the latest information concerning the Zika Virus. We will continue to do so through monthly posts on InsideMGA and the EHS webpage. The “10 Public Health Achievements in 2016 and Future Priorities” published by the CDC concerning the Zika Virus are outlined below. Continue reading
Faculty & Staff, Changes have been implemented during the holiday break concerning parking on the Cochran campus. Please take notice that color coding of parking spaces on the Cochran campus have now been updated to match that of other campuses. The new color scheme will only consist of orange, green, white, blue and red. The Continue reading
The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety In Georgia (GOHS) and Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) recently released a public service announcement (PSA) featuring MGA’s Sgt. Greg Mauldin. The aim of the campaign is to educate drivers on the importance of driving without distraction and preventing texting while driving, which has become a serious problem on Georgia highways Continue reading
Due to recent extremely dry conditions, the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) has declared Level 1 and Level 2 Drought Responses for many northern and central Georgia counties. Below are things you can do at home and at work to reduce your water usage: Reduce your shower by two minutes. Turn your water off while Continue reading