Plans and Procedures
Creating a Safe and Comfortable Learning Environment
At Bluegrass Community and Technical College, we take great care to provide a safe learning and working environment for students, faculty, and staff.
Safety and Security At BCTC
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Crisis Management Plan
- Crisis Management Teams
- Response Plan - (PDF - 1.19MB)
- The Safety and Security Manual - Cooper Campus (PDF - 619KB)
(Cooper Campus is under the jurisdiction of the University of Kentucky and complies with UK s policies and protocols)
Emergency Procedures Guide
- Emergency Procedures Guide - Desktop Reference (PDF - 30.9KB)
- Emergency Contacts and Phone Numbers
- Faculty Guidance for Emergencies
Security and Safety Policies
Accident and Emergency Reporting Policy and Procedures
- Accident and Emergency Reporting Policy and Procedures
- Accident Report Form (FM84) (PDF - 42KB)
Hazardous Waste Management Plan
- Hazardous Waste Management Plan
- Hazardous Waste Management FAQs
- Hazardous Waste Management Log - (DOC - 61KB)
Bloodborne Pathogen Plan
- Bloodborne Pathogen Plan - 2018 (DOC - 130KB)
Public Posting Policy
Bluegrass Community & Technical College (BCTC) is an open environment that embraces diversity of ideas and people. We allow public messages and messengers, provided they do not disrupt the operation of the campus business, do not result in violence or threats of violence, do not violate the law and do not create safety risks. We strive to maintain an environment at BCTC where students, faculty, staff and our community stakeholders can gain knowledge and information that will help them achieve their better lives.
Therefore, BCTC provides a place for public posters, flyers and similar items to be displayed on BCTC’s designated bulletin boards, on each campus. This is the only place public messaging may be posted. Materials may not be posted or laid on any other surface, including designated BCTC departmental bulletin boards, at any BCTC facility. Materials found outside the designated bulletin boards will be removed. Flyers that contain or advocate violence or any illegal activity will be immediately removed. Bulletin boards will be maintained, and items mentioned above may remain 30 days. After that time, they may be removed. All materials will be removed from bulletin boards at the end of each academic term.
Any fliers, posters or other materials created by BCTC marketing for official BCTC programs or departments are exempt from the removal schedule, but may be removed by the program sponsor, the relevant department representative or the marketing department.