Middle Georgia State University is dedicated to maintaining a safe living environment for all of our students and demonstrates this commitment through providing all on-campus housing facilities with fire sprinklers, fire alarm, and emergency power systems that are inspected regularly.
Environmental Health & Safety hosted its annual Let’s Talk Sustainability Event October 25 at Middle Georgia State University’s Macon Campus. The event provides an opportunity for busy students and faculty to learn how to save the environment and money by making small, effortless changes to their everyday lives.
No conversation is Worth a Life: What Happens after the Crash?
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Distracted driving claimed 3,477 lives in 2015 alone. Knowledge of these devastating statistics prompted Middle Georgia State University’s Police Department, Respiratory Therapy, and Residence Life to team up and educate MGA students about the perils of distracted driving! Students experienced a Distracted Driving and Emergency Room scene demo, showing students how much one text message could truly cost. Special thank you to Lieutenant Detective Toya Coleman and Jasmine Brown Assistant Professor Respiratory Therapy for reminding us all that no conversation is worth a life!
The Risk Management Department welcomes Ciarah Brown-Field as MGA’s new Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator. She will be working under Risk Management and Police Services. Welcome to MGA, Ciarah Brown-Field!