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De Maisonneuve entrance closed

March 3rd, 2020

Due to construction, the entrance at 4001 de Maisonneuve is closed this week and will reopen March 9.


Garbage Dude’s tips

February 18th, 2020

Garbage Dude was created by Facilities Management to raise awareness about waste on campus. Here are some of Garbage Dude's tips for making good choices at the waste sorting stations:

  • Do recycle ziplock bags and aluminum foil, even if they are not clean.
  • Don't throw takeout coffee cups in the recycling bin. They are garbage.
  • Do compost kleenex (new and used).
  • Do compost all paper products; only clean paper can be recycled.

For more, click Read More for a link to the Waste Management page.


Read more about: Climate action brings 13 cegeps to Dawson today

Climate action brings 13 cegeps to Dawson today

February 11th, 2020

Dawson College is hosting representatives from 13 cegeps to discuss and plan climate change action. Since declaring Dawson College Carbon Neutral Forever, the College is recognized as a leader in institutional climate responsibility. Other Cegeps are curious about what we have done and what we are planning to do to lower and offset our emissions….

De Maisonneuve entrance closed

February 4th, 2020

The 4001 de Maisonneuve entrance is closed Tuesday, Feb. 4 until 4 p.m. and Wednesday, Feb. 5 until 3 pm.

The parking entrance will not be affected.


Read more about: Waste management results

Waste management results

January 21st, 2020

Our waste management efforts at Dawson College are showing results. In the past three years, our diversion rate has gone from a dismal 24 per cent of our waste material not going to landfill to 37 per cent (equaling Montreal’s numbers). Waste sorting activities show that nearly 60 per cent of what goes to Dawson’s…

Read more about: Emergency procedures- time to review

Emergency procedures- time to review

January 14th, 2020

At the beginning of the semester, it is a good time to re-familiarize yourself with the Emergency Procedures of Dawson College. Please take a moment to review the College’s Emergency Procedures for situations, such as evacuations, fires, medical emergencies, lockdowns, toxic chemical or gas spills. All students and employees can also find this by signing…

First Aid tips

January 14th, 2020

Dawson College trained another cohort in First Aid in the Workplace last week. About 45 employees are now certified as First Aiders after two days of First Aid in the Workplace training. Last semester, about 40 students were also trained in basic First Aid.

The first responders on campus are always the Security team. They can help a speedy response by directing emergency personnel on site.

When at Dawson, do not call 911. Call the Security Desk at ext. 1000. There is always someone on duty 24 hours/day.

There are some great tips from the program that we can all keep in mind:

  • Never move the victim unless in danger
  • Never feed the victim
  • Whatever is inside (impaled), leave it in
  • Whatever has come out, leave outside the body
  • Whatever is normally dry, cover with a dry bandage
  • Whatever is naturally wet, cover with a wet bandage.

More Red Cross basic tips for First Aid can be found here: https://www.redcross.ca/crc/documents/comprehensive_guide_for_firstaidcpr_en.pdf

 

 


Read more about: Sign Up for First Aid Training Jan. 9 -10

Sign Up for First Aid Training Jan. 9 -10

December 10th, 2019

P & F is considering offering a third section in English for the First Aid in the Workplace (CNESST) two-day training course taking place Jan. 9 and 10. The course is 16 hours over two consecutive full days from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Those who pass this course receive a First Aid in the…

Building Holiday Hours

December 10th, 2019
  • Dec. 23–24: Regular Hours (essential services only)
  • Dec. 25–31: Closed to Students & Public
  • Jan. 1: Closed to Students & Public
  • Jan. 2–3: Regular Hours (essential services only)

View Office Closures in Read More Link.


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