Administration tasked the committee with getting the word out about safe winter driving.
The Safety Committee enlisted the help of Diane Driskill and Andy Tuschhoff’s five graphic art students to create their own design/poster to promote safe winter driving. Phil Liggins from the “skid shop” provided guidance to the students before they began their first drafts. To determine which poster would be displayed on campus to encourage safe driving, the posters where printed on foam board and hung in the SUB in the hallway next to the cafeteria. We asked the students and other occupants of the SUB to vote on the most effective poster. After two weeks of open voting, Katie Chaffin’s poster entitled "drive slow in the snow” won the most votes. Katie’s poster was put up in each building on campus to encourage safe driving through the winter months to help save lives and deter injuries. The posters were delivered to Clarkston High School so that they could also utilize the safe driving campaign posters and vote for their favorite. After a few weeks the posters will travel to Lewiston High School for display and voting there. Administration has agreed to pay for a few posters for each high school after the students vote for their favorite poster. The Graphic Arts department is looking forward to assisting the Safety Committee in the future with this project and we hope this will be the beginning of an annual safe driving campaign.
A faculty member reported the stairs on the NW corner of the Mechanical Technical Building were slick when wet and suggested a hand rail be added to that stairway.
The Physical Plant installed a hand rail on the stairs at the NW corner of the Mechanical Techincal Building.
A staff member reported that the remaining posts left after the barricades are removed outside the Activity Center in the fire lane between the Activity Center and Reid Hall are a tripping hazard.
Physical Plantground ground down the remaining posts left after the barricades are removed at that site removing the tripping hazard.