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Faculty and Contract Staff Handbook

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(7)    Administrative Policies

(7A)    FISCAL, SAFETY, AND HEALTH POLICIES

(7B)    COMPUTER POLICIES

(7C)    USE OF TRINITY UNIVERSITY FACILITIES

(7D)    CONFERENCES AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS

(7E)    BOOKSTORE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

(7F)    CONFLICT OF INTEREST POLICY


(7A)    FISCAL, SAFETY, AND HEALTH POLICIES

For a summary of recent changes to this chapter, see Chapter 9A: Summary of Recent Revisions to this Handbook.

Faculty and contract staff are required to abide by and should familiarize themselves with policies and procedures found in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures, especially including the following: 

A.    Alcoholic Beverages on Campus. Refer to Alcoholic Beverages on Campus in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures.

B.    Cash Overage/Shortage Procedures. Refer to the section on Cash Overage/Shortage Procedures under Handling and Accounting for Cash Policy in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures.

C.    Drug and Alcohol Abuse. Refer to Drug and Alcohol Abuse in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures.

D.    Emergency Preparedness Policy and Procedures. Refer to Emergency Preparedness on the Campus Safety web site.

E.    Firearm Policy. Refer to Firearm Policy in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures.

F.    Handling and Accounting for Cash by University Personnel. Refer to Handling and Accounting for Cash Policy in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures.

G.    Hazardous Materials Management Program. Refer to Hazardous Materials Management Program in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures.

H.    HIV/AIDS Guidelines. Refer to HIV/AIDS Guidelines in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures.

I.    Key Control and Issue Policy. Refer to Key Control and Issue Policy in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures.

J.    Medical Emergencies. Refer to Medical Emergencies in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures.

K.    Microcomputer Insurance. Refer to the section on Electronic (Microcomputer) Equipment under Property and Equipment in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures.

L.    Petty Cash Management. Refer to the section on Petty Cash Management under Handling and Accounting for Cash Policy in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures.

M.    Receipt, Custody, and Disbursement of Monies. Refer to the section on Receipt, Custody, and Disbursement of Moneys under Handling and Accounting for Cash Policy in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures.

N.    Safety Policy Statement. Refer to Safety Program in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures.

O.    Security Policy Statement. Refer to Security Procedures in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures.

P.    Sexual Assault Programs and Procedures. Refer to Sexual Assault Programs and Procedures in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures.

Q.    Smoking Policy. Refer to Smoking Policy in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures.

R.    Staff Identification Card. Refer to Staff Identification Card in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures.

S.    Travel Policy. Refer to Travel Policy in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures for information on reimbursement for properly documented expenses in conjunction with approved travel.

T.    Use of Institutional Name or Logo (Trademark Policy Statement). Refer to Use of Institutional Name or Logo in the handbook Fiscal Affairs Policies and Procedures.


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