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Risk Management

Matt Moustakas


Matt Moustakas

Director of Environmental, Safety and Health

Risk Management is defined as the identification, assessment, and prioritization of risks followed by coordinated and economical application of resources to minimize, monitor, and control the probability and/or impact of negative incidents. During the normal course of undertaking its mission, the University's resources; including employees and physical/real property; are routinely exposed to various risks that can result in losses.

The Office of Risk Management at TWU is part of the Facilities Management & Construction department, and works to reduce risk in two main areas:

  • Occupational Safety & Health, and
  • Environmental Management.

Risk Management also develops and presents all relevant employee and student training, conducts inspections, and works with Additional Duty Safety Officers in each department. The Director of Environmental, Safety & Health also chairs or serves on several relevant committees.

On these pages you will find information about procedures and rules the university community must follow to comply with appliable law and regulations, as well as reduce risks to the individual and the unverisity community overall. Use the buttons on the bar on the left to navigate the Risk Management site. The links on the right are shortcuts to particularly important items.

Cumulatively, Risk Management staff members have over 70 years of diverse experience.

Additional Information

Use the navigation bar on the left to find additional information about Risk Management programs, policies and rules.

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