The directives under which Facilities Management operates are provided here in PDF format.

Directive 105 - Leave Approval
Purpose: To provide policy on scheduling and requesting leave.
Directive 120 - Uniform Program
Purpose: To establish, maintain and administer the uniform program.
Directive 200 - Essential Positions, Department of Facilities Management
Purpose: To establish policies and define "Essential Positions" for Facilities Management during Emergency Closings.
Directive 400 - Facilities Management Employee Award and Recognition Program
Purpose: To encourage and reinforce service excellence by providing appropriate and meaningful forms of reward and recognition to employees.
Directive 400 Attachment
Performance Management Recognition Form
Directive 510 - Tent, Platform and Amusement Device Permit Procedures
Purpose: To establish procedures to obtain temporary for tents, platforms and/or amusement devices for events.
Directive 510 Attachment
Tent, Platform and Amusement Device Permit and Inspection forms
Directive 530 - Remediation of Life Safety Deficiencies
Purpose: To establish procedures for the identification and resolution of existing building deficiencies which have a negative impact on life safety systems.
Directive 720 - Planned Utility Outages
Purpose: To establish procedures and define responsibilities for planned and emergency utility outages on campus.
Directive 720 Attachment
Utility Outage/System Testing Notification Worksheet
Directive 740 - Fire Protection System Impairment Request for Special Events
Purpose: To provide standard procedures for submitting system impairment requests, scheduling, notifications, postings, alternate fire protection mitigations, establishing fire watches, and response to emergency conditions.
Directive 740 Attachments
Building Fire Protection Impairment
Directive 750 - Key Control Policy for Housekeeping Staff
Purpose: To establish a Key Control Policy for the housekeeping division of Facilities Management.
Directive 752 - Green Cleaning Commitment
Purpose: To reduce exposure of staff to potentially hazardous chemical contaminants that adversely impact their well-being, and to reduce the department's and the college's ecological footprint.
Directive 761 - MS4 Program
Purpose: To assign responsibilities and procedures for management of the MS4 Program within Facilities Management.
Directive 780 - Industrial Bicycles
Purpose: To establish policies for safe use of bicycles purchased by and issued to FM personnel. FM-provided bicycles for use at work are referred to as "industrial bicycles". Privately-owned bicycles, when used on campus in the execution of official work tasks, are also referred to as industrial bicycles and are subject to the same requirements prescribed in this FM Directive.
Directive 781 - Lock-out/Tag-out (LOTO) Policy
Purpose: To establish minimum guidelines to ensure the safety and health of personnel who may be required to work on any type of equipment capable of being energized or containing stored energy. This program will be used to ensure that a machine or equipment is stopped and isolated from all potentially hazardous energy sources, and locked out before employees perform any servicing or maintenance where the unexpected energizing, start-up of the machine/equipment, or release of stored energy could cause injury.
Directive 781 Attachment
Lock-out/Tag-out forms
Directive 785 - Safety Shoes
Purpose: To establish policies and procedures for issuance and wear of safety shoes by full-time and part-time Facilities Maintenance employees.
Directive 785 Attachment
Safety Shoe Index
Directive 786 - Electrical Safety Program: Flame Retardant Clothing Requirements
Purpose: To establish proper selection and use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) that will significantly reduce the risk of arc-flash and other electrical hazards to personnel working on energized equipment.
Directive 786 Attachment
Electrical Safety Requirements and Flame Resistant Clothing Requirements
Directive 788 - Cutting, Welding, Grinding and Brazing Hot Work Permits
Purpose: 1) to provide guidelines on when permits are required before permitting cutting, welding, grinding and/or brazing activities; 2) to identify the responsible party who will issue the permit under each condition where a permit is required.