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Ergonomics information for faculty and staff

It is important to pay attention to how you are moving your body when working and how it is positioned.

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'Tis the season: Plan ahead for winter weather

Whether you’re staying in Texas for your winter break or traveling, there are plenty of ways to stay prepared for the winter weather.

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Prevent food poisoning at holiday gatherings

Food poisoning sends 128,000 Americans to the hospital each year. You can help keep your coworkers, family, and friends safe from food poisoning by following four simple steps.

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Fire drills to test emergency readiness

Environmental Health and Safety will conduct mandatory fire drills on all campuses over the next two weeks to assess TWU’s emergency readiness.

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Update your information for Pioneer Alert system

As the semester rolls on, it’s a good time to update your contact information to ensure you receive Pioneer Alert notifications.

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TWU announces changes to COVID-19 protocols

Now that we are in a more manageable phase of the pandemic, the university is continuing its gradual return to pre-pandemic operations.

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Preventing heat-related illness

Without proactive prevention techniques, you could be at risk for heat-related illness, especially if you plan to enjoy the outdoors this summer.

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Risk Management notes youth program requirements

Departments or programs that host camps, activities, or events specifically for children and/or teens must meet university requirements for these youth programs.

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Take steps before storms hit

TWU Emergency Management’s Severe Weather Guide provides information and resources to help you weather these spring storms.

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COVID-19 contact tracing process changes

TWU’s contact tracing team now will focus on cases related to those who have potentially been exposed to COVID-19 while on campus.

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