Ten easy things you can do to make your work environment more Earth-friendly!
National Planting Day is being celebrated on the Macon campus on Thursday, October 13, 2018! Everyone is welcome to join us!
Middle Georgia State University has implemented a Minors Policy that focuses on the safety and well-being of campus visitors, providing a healthy environment for all who participate, volunteer or work on campus.
Summer typically means more time spent outdoors, and while fresh air and physical activities are beneficial, they also increase risks of injury, sunburn, and insect bites. You don’t have to stay locked indoors, but please be mindful and use precautions to enjoy vacations and recreation….
Thank you to all of the survey respondents who let us know if our actions over the past few years have made a difference in making MGA’s budget process more transparent, inclusive and collaborative. Below we are sharing the results, as well as plans to increase the services provided by our office.
Many of you have already noticed the recent changes in the lake. Over the past two (2) months we’ve seen a “bloom” of bladderwort and sago pondweed. To combat the additional plant life, we employed the services of Aquatic Escapes to treat the weeds with an aquatic herbicide that is totally safe for people, pets Continue reading
On Sunday, July 1st, 2018, the state of Georgia will begin enforcing a new law that Governor Deal has approved that will affect all Georgians cell phone use while driving.
The “Hands – Free Georgia Act” House Bill 673
Summer weather is in full swing, and the MGA Health Clinic would like to remind you of the importance of hydration and heat protection!
MGA Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP) is an opportunity to see MGA Core Values of Stewardship, Engagement, Adaptability, and Learning in action while promoting student success and preparing students for a world beyond the classroom. The American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) describes Liberal Education as “an approach to learning that empowers individuals and prepares them to deal with complexity, diversity, and change.
We have been recycling batteries that we use on campus now for several years and it is part of our Environmental Management System. Batteries are considered Universal Waste and therefore have to be shipped like our hazardous waste is shipped annually. The Environmental Protection Agency sets different status levels depending on how much waste each Continue reading
This month’s DOAS Loss Control Bulletin offers tips on Office Safety.