SRS Committee and Team Assignments
Committee/NameFrequencyCapacityRepresentingDescription
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-SRS FACILITATED COMMITTEES & TEAMS
Last Update: April 2021 prior to ORM staffing changes
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+Facilities Access Control Team (FACT)
QuarterlyIn support of the UO Access Control policy the UO Facility Access Control Team (FACT) is charged with being the forum for all issues related to building access issues. It will be responsible for recommending the creation, oversight and maintenance of access related policies and procedures to the VPFA
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-Accident Review Board
MonthlyReviews UO employee/student vehicle accidents and provides recommendations for safety and additional training.
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Lisa Taylor, Assistant Risk Manager
OverseesORMIdentifies auto liability trends, annual letter to VPFA
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Haily Giffith, Occupational Health & Safety Manager, EH&S
MemberEHS
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-AED Review Committee
AnnuallyReviews any AED usage throughout the year with the program's signing physician
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Zach Earl, Fire System Program Manager
OverseesSRS
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-Behavioral Evaluation and Threat Assessment Team
Bi-monthlySRSThe UO Behavioral Threat Assessment Team exists to mitigate behavioral threat on campus through an integrated process of communication, education, prevention, problem identification, assessment, intervention, and response to incidents. The team works with existing campus organizations to foster collaboration on all aspects of behavioral threat involving students, staff, faculty, or non-affiliates.
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Krista Dillon, Sr. Director of Operations
Co-ChairSRS
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Shelly Clark, Threat Assessment Coordinator
Co-ChairSRS
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Don Morris, Captain UOPD
Co-ChairUOPD
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-Campus Vulnerability Assessment Team
MonthlyThe Campus Vulnerability Assessment Team (CVAT) conducts coordinated, site-specific vulnerability assessments that look at safety, security, risk, emergency preparedness, and business continuity. The team develops a comprehensive report that highlights issues/concerns, as well as provides recommendations and proposed actions.
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Krista Dillon, Sr. Director of Operations
Co-ChairSRS
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Vacant, Director of Security and Administrative Services, UOPD
Co-ChairUOPD
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Deb Donning, Director of Risk Management & Insurance
MemberORM
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Simon Ditton, UO Fire Marshal
MemberFLS
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Steve Stuckmeyer, Director, EH&S
MemberEHS
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Ken Kato, Director, Location Innovation Lab
MemberGIS
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Adam Jones, Building Sciences Manager
MemberEHS
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-Demonstration Team
Bi-annually
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Krista Dillon, Sr. Director of Operations
ChairSRS
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Simon Ditton, UO Fire Marshal
MemberEHS
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Jason Wade, Chief of Police UOPD
MemberUOPD
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Zach Earl, Fire Systems Program Manager
MemberEHS
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Don Morris, Captain UOPD
MemberUOPD
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Vicki Strand, Continuity & Emergency Manager
MemberEMC
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-Incident Management Team
WeeklyThe UO Incident Management Team (UO-IMT) provides the command and control infrastructure that is required to manage the logistical, fiscal, planning, operational, safety and campus issues related to any and all incidents/emergencies
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Andre Le Duc, VP-Safety and Risk Services & Chief Resilience Officer
ChairUOAgency Administrator, Incident Commander
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Krista Dillon, Sr. Director of Operations
Vice-ChairSRSIncident Commander, Ops Section Chief, Planning Section Chief
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Jason Wade, University of Oregon Police Chief
MemberUOPDIncident Commander
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Don Morris, University of Oregon Police Captain
MemberUOPDResponse Branch, Law Enforcement
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Vicki Strand, Continuity & Emergency Manager
MemberEMCOperations Section Chief
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Amanda Hatch, ERM Project Manager
MemberSRSPlanning Section Chief
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Lindsey Salfran, Executive Assistant
MemberSRSPlanning Section Chief
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Ken Kato, Director, Location Innovation Lab
MemberGISPlanning Section (GIS/Mapping)
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Justin White, Senior Director Campus Mapping and GIS
MemberGISPlanning Section (GIS/Mapping)
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Brook Eastman, GIS Manager
MemberGISPlanning Section (GIS/Mapping)
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Molly Kennedy, Campus Relations Coordinatro
MemberSRSPlanning Section Cheif
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Steve Stuckmeyer, Director, EH&S
MemberEHSSafety Officer and in Response Branch
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Deb Donning, Director of Risk Management & Insurance
MemberEMCFinance Administration, Claims Unit
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-Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan Steering Committee
AnnuallyHelps guide the five-year updates required to maintain FEMA-approval of the campus mitigation plan.
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Vicki Strand, Continuity & Emergency Manager
ChairEMC
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-Safety Advisory Committee
MonthlyThe purpose of the Safety Advisory Committee is to bring workers and administration together in a non-adversarial, cooperative effort to promote safety and health and assist in making continuous improvement to the safety and health programs.
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Steve Stuckmeyer, Director, EH&S
MemberEHS
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Haily Giffith, Occupational Health & Safety Manager, EH&S
Alt. MemberEHS
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Kersey Bars, Occupational Health and Safety Specialist, EH&S
CoordinatorEHS
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SRS Staff as needed by professional expertise, including Trish Lijana, Lisa Taylor, Laurie Graham, and others
Ex officio MemberEHS
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-UNIVERSITY OF OREGON COMMITTEES
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-Campus Planning Committee
Bi-WeeklyThe Campus Planning Committee shall advise the University President on long-range campus development with regard to the design of the campus, including buildings and landscaping, and to policy issues related to transportation. The committee shall be consulted early in the process when a new development is anticipated and shall ensure that all development is in compliance with the current Campus Plan.
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Ken Kato, Director, Location Innovation Lab
ChairGIS
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-Campus Operations Safety Through Employee Participation
MonthlyThe S.T.E.P. Team assists the Campus Operations in providing a safe and healthful work environment by promoting safety awareness, encouraging employees to get involved in the safety of their area, modeling safe behaviors and attitudes, and making recommendations to strengthen overall safety and prevent incidents/accidents in the workplace.
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Haily Giffith, Occupational Health & Safety Manager, EHS
MemberEHS
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Trish Lijana, Workers' Compensation Program Manager, ORM
MemberORM
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-Data Security Incident Response Team
The mission of the Data Security Incident Response Team (DSIRT) is to reduce the risk associated with data security issues and oversee the response to data security incidents.
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Deb Donning, Director of Risk Management & Insurance
MemberORM
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Jason Wade, University of Oregon Police Chief
MemberUOPD
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Amanda Curler, Associate Director of Enterprise Resilience
MemberSRS
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-Campus Weekly Debrief
WeeklyWeekly during the academic year to discuss recent and upcoming events.
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Jason Wade, University of Oregon Police Chief
Co-ChairUOPD
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Molly Kennedy, Interim Campus Relations Coordinator
MemberEMC
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+VPFA Diversity Committee
Quarterly
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Kim Singleton, EHS
MemberERS
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Brook Eastman, GIS Manager
GIS
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+Housing Safety Committee
MonthlySpecific review of Housing workers' compensation claims in food service.
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+Information Security and Privacy Governance Committee
tbd
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+Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC)
MonthlyThe Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) is charged with ensuring that all vertebrate animals used in instruction or research at the University of Oregon receive ethical and humane treatment. The IACUC is responsible for reviewing all protocols involving live vertebrate animals, ensuring compliance with federal regulations, inspecting animal facilities and laboratories and overseeing training and educational programs.
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+Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC)
MonthlyThe Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) is delegated primary responsibility for the safe use of biohazardous agents in accordance with NIH Guidelines for Research Involving rDNA Molecules and Select Agents as defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Compliance is reviewed for all aspects of the University operation including, but not limited to instructional, research, and support functions. Through this authority, the Committee serves as the administrative body to review all uses of these materials.
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-Institutional Review Board
MonthlySRSVPRI's Research Compliance Services unit supports the Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects (CPHS), which serves as the University of Oregon's Institutional Review Board (IRB). The mission of the CPHS/IRB is to protect the rights and welfare of people participating in University of Oregon research.
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Deb Donning, Director of Risk Management & Insurance
Ex officio MemberORM
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Steve Stuckmeyer, Director and RSO, EHS
Ex officio MemberEHS
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-International Travel Advisory Group
1 - 3 times/yearMeets 1-3 times per year. Created and hosted by International Affairs. The function is to advise the Vice Provost for International Affairs on status of programs in countries or regions with travel warnings.
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Deb Donning, Director of Risk Management & Insurance
MemberORM
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+Laboratory Safety Committee
1 - 3 times/yearThe goal of the Laboratory Safety Program is to minimize the risk of injury and illness to laboratory workers by ensuring they have the training, information, support and equipment needed to safely conduct research.
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-Parking and Transportation Advisory Group
Bi-monthlyThe purpose of this group is to provide feedback to the Director of Parking and Transportation in the formulation of policies and procedures related to the overall transportation and parking programs offered at the University of Oregon and associated facilities.
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Deb Donning, Director of Risk Management & Insurance, Risk Manager, ORM
MemberERS
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+UOPD Complaint Resolution Committee
Bi-annuallyMemberSRSThe University of Oregon's process for reviewing complaints that might arise about the University of Oregon Police Department (UOPD) includes a Complaint Resolution Committee (CRC) that evaluates complaints alleging an illegal police department policy or serious misconduct on the part of a police officer.
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+Radiation Safety Committee
Bi-annuallyThe Radiation Safety Committee is established by the authority of the President of the University of Oregon. The Committee is delegated primary responsibility for the safe use of ionizing radiation in all aspects of the University operation including, but not limited to instructional, research, and support functions. Through this authority, the Committee serves as the administrative body required by State rules and by the conditions of the University license for radioactive materials.
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-Senior Leadership Team
Bi-Weekly
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Andre Le Duc, VP-Safety and Risk Services & Chief Resilience Officer
MemberSRS
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+Strategic Enterprise Risk Management Committee
MonthlyStrategic Enterprise Risk Management Committee (SERMC). One of the primary charges to the SERMC Committee was to develop tools and processes to actively identify, evaluate and manage University risks.
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+Technology Services & Operations Advisory Group
QuarterlyServe as the advisory group for services and activities pertaining to administrative services and operations and their relationship to technology services at the University of Oregon (UO). The Group provides recommendations to the UO Campus Technology Council for review and consideration for prioritization/resourcing.
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+VPFA Diversity Planning Committee
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+VPFA Leadership Council
Quarterly
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-COMMUNITY, STATE AND NATIONAL COMMITTEES
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+Disaster Resilient Universities (DRU) Network
The mission of the national DRU™ Network is to facilitate open communication, discussion, and resource sharing between university/college practitioners involved in making campuses more disaster resilient. The DRU™ Network is run by University of Oregon Emergency Management & Continuity Program
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-University Risk Management and Insurance Association (URMIA)
Quarterly
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Andre Le Duc, VP-Safety and Risk Services & Chief Resilience Officer
MemberUO
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Deb Donning, Director of Risk Management & Insurance
MemberUO
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-Community Organizations Active in Disasters
Quarterlyhe mission of Lane County Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COAD) is to bring together a broad array of community organizations to foster an effective response to the people of Lane County in times of disaster.
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Matt Roberts, Government & Community Relations
Member
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Vicki Strand, Continuity & Emergency Manager
Member
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+Lane Preparedness Coalition
MonthlyLPC is a group of community partners who coordinate preparedness activities.
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+PAC12 Chief's Association
Annually
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-Inactive Committees
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+Oregon2022 Safety & Security Committee
MonthlyAs a key partner in the IAAF World Championships Oregon21, the University of Oregon has tremendous opportunities to leverage this event on a world stage as well as many significant responsibilities. A university leadership group has identified many ideas and the Oregon21 steering committee has begun the work of coordinating the university, IAAF, Local Organizing Committee, Travel Oregon, cities of Eugene and Springfield and the other key players in the championships. While there will likely be many people from your area eventually involved, this working group will coordinate across campus on a high level.
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+International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) - Domestic Preparedness Committee
QuarterlyInternational Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) - Domestic Preparedness Committee's (DPC) charge is to identify emerging trends and best practices in campus preparedness for man-made and natural disasters. The committee also seeks opportunities to partner with other entities to develop and promote an all-hazards approach to emergency preparedness and campus safety.
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+National Center Campus Public Safety Advisory Board
QuarterlyThe National Center has established an advisory board, which consists of representatives from: Disaster Resilient Universities (DRU) Network; International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA); International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP); International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM); Clery Center for Security on Campus; and VTV Family Outreach Foundation. The role of the advisory board is to help shape the national agenda and priorities for the National Center. The board held their first meeting in June 2014.
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+International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) - Universities and College Caucus
MonthlyThe mission of the Universities & Colleges Caucus (UCC) is to represent the emergency management issues surrounding college and university campuses.The purpose of this caucus is to provide emergency managers from higher education institutions a voice on a national and international scale to ensure their needs are also being addressed by government and industry officials.
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+Governor's Campus Safety Work Group
sunsetted 2017Governor’s Charge to the Oregon Campus Safety Work Group:
1.) Analyze promising practices and protocols that can be shared across all higher education institutions to maintain public safety, and prevent, prepare for and effectively manage future response and recovery efforts for campus-wide crises or emergencies; and 2.) Identify resource needs and potential state policy to enable a coordinated strategy across the higher education system, both public and private institutions.
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+Local Emergency Planning Committee
As neededLocal Emergency Planning Committees is quasi-governmental bodies, at the municipal level. They do not function in actual emergency situations, but attempt to identify and catalogue potential hazards, identify available resources, mitigate hazards when feasible, and write emergency plans. The role of the LEPC is to anticipate and plan the initial response for foreseeable disasters in their jurisdiction
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Environmental Issues Committee (EIC)
EIC was terminated as a University Committee approximately 2019.

The Environmental Issues Committee (EIC) was a working group of faculty, staff and students that serves to raise awareness about environmental issues on campus, identify problems and concerns, institute University policy for environmental issues.