The purpose of the Building Manager Program is to facilitate communications between building occupants and appropriate campus support units such as University Police, Risk Management/Environmental Health and Safety (RM/EHS), and Facilities & Grounds. In addition, this program provides a forum for discussion and resolution of occupancy problems. The program also strives to educate building users with regard to building systems and operations, and responsible stewardship of campus facilities. The building manager program is maintained by the Risk Management/Environmental Health & Safety Office.
Under the program each building on campus has a designated building manager. The building manager will either be the senior-ranking individual or his/her designee. The building manager will be the authority on building-related policies and issues such as smoking, security, emergency procedures, etc. The manager will receive input from departments when developing new policies specific to their building concerning issues such as; designated outside smoking areas, security, emergency procedures, etc.
The Building Manager
Each building has one building manager. With input from the building occupants, the building manager has authority on building-related policies and issues such as smoking, security, emergency procedures, etc.
The Building Coordinator
Each building has at least one building coordinator. The building coordinators are responsible for relaying/posting priority communications regarding building information for both the building occupants and with appropriate campus support units such as Public Safety, RM/EHS, and Facilities & Grounds.
Building Managers and Coordinators Program Policy