Environmental Health & Safety

The Environmental Health & Safety office is responsible for the development and implementation of programs intended to insure the safety and wellbeing of all members of the college community. These programs include but are not limited to the following: Confined Space Entry, Lockout/Tagout, Chemical Hygiene, Bloodborne Pathogen, Hazard Communication, Personal Protective Equipment, Accident Investigation, Indoor Air quality, and Fire Alarm and Detection Systems.

The campus grounds and buildings are continuously monitored for safety.  The College works to correct lighting and other potential hazards.  Hazardous conditions that pose a threat to safety such as fire, health, environmental, etc., should be reported immediately by calling extension:

2911 Brighton Campus
1414 Damon Campus

New Smoke FREE Inside and Out Policy:
For everyone's health and in accordance with Monroe County health regulations (Article VI of the Monroe County Sanitary Code), smoking is prohibited inside campus buildings at all college sites. In addition, MCC has limited smoking areas on the exterior of the Brighton and Damon City campuses. At the Brighton Campus, smoking is permitted outside of the designated “Smoke free In and Out” perimeter delineated by the sidewalks adjacent to the parking lots surrounding campus. Refer to the map showing the designated perimeter to ascertain where smoking is permitted. All smoking materials always should be extinguished thoroughly and disposed properly in the ashtrays provided. Failure to abide by this policy may result in penalties and/or disciplinary action.

Emergency Services:
The Environmental Health & Safety Office assists in providing emergency medical response for illness and injuries by a certified paramedic. Dial 2-9-1-1.