Behavioral indicators of Organizational Compliance & Safety include:
- Performs job in a manner that minimizes hazards to oneself, others, and the work environment.
- Maintains a physical work environment that contributes to the well-being of others.
- Follows applicable work, health, and environmental procedures and policies.
- Demonstrates appropriate use of and respect for university property and equipment.
- Complies with the organization's policies, regulations, rules and procedures.
For rating definitions and behavioral examples of the Organizational Compliance & Safety behavioral competency in the Non-Faculty Performance Evaluation, please refer to the Performance Evaluation - Competencies and Ratings Overview.
- Training & development
The following are recommended trainings and activities designed to enhance competency-related knowledge, skills and/or abilities.
Instructor Led Training
- Fostering Respect in a Diverse Workplace
- Leave Policies and Procedures
- Alcohol and Drugs in the Workplace
- Position Descriptions and Hiring Procedures
- Preventing Workplace Violence-Identifying and Intervening with Concerning Behavior
- Workers Compensation Procedures
- Organizational Compliance at Texas A&M University (TrainTraq course #2111177)
- TAMU Organizational Safety (TrainTraq course #2111144)
- Effective Hiring Practices (TrainTraq course #2111264)
- Shots Fired on Campus (TrainTraq course #2111160)
- Stay current with required training.
- Volunteer as the safety individual in your unit.
- Participate on a safety committee.
- Coaching suggestions
The following are recommended strategies a supervisor can utilize to support an employee's competency development.
- Stress the importance of safety at all times and model appropriate safety practices.
- Model follow through of organizational compliance and safety training and practices.
- Reinforce security measures to protect unauthorized access to employee, student and operational information.
- Provide immediate feedback when policies and procedures are not followed.
- Provide rewards for appropriate safety compliance.
Links and External Resources
- Texas A&M University Rules
- The Texas A&M University System Policy Office
- Required Training for Texas A&M University Employees
- TAMU Safety Manual
- 12th Man Emergency Playbook
- Texas A&M Division of Human Resources & Organizational Effectiveness
- Texas A&M Environmental Health & Safety Department
- Risk, Fraud, & Misconduct Hotline
- Texas A&M Emergency Preparedness Website
- Code Maroon Emergency Notification System