Search Committee Charge (Demo)

Welcome to BMCC   

Take the time now to review the course and you will get the basics of TEST.

 

EEO Policy

BMCC Affirmative Action Policy

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BMCC | Human Resources                                                               

BMCC is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action  Institution.  It is the policy of   BMCC to recruit, employ, retain, promote, and provide  benefits to employees and to  admit and provide services for students without regard to  race, color, creed, national  origin, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, age, sex, sexual  orientation, gender, gender identity,  marital status, partnership status, disability, genetic  information, alienage, citizenship,   military or veteran status, pregnancy, or status as a victim  of domestic violence/stalking/  sex offenses, or any other legally prohibited basis in  accordance with federal, state and  city laws.  This  Policy also prohibits retaliation for reporting or opposing discrimination,   or cooperating with an investigation of a discrimination  complaint.

The college’s equal opportunity/affirmative action policy  incorporates, as applicable, the nondiscrimination and affirmative action  obligations set forth in federal, state, and local law including, but not  limited to: Executive Order 11246, as amended, the Equal Pay Act of 1963, as  amended, Titles, VI and VII of the Civil Rights of 1964, as amended, the Age  Discrimination in Employment Act f 1967, as amended, Sections 503 and 504 of  the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, Title IX of the Educational  Amendments of 1972, as amended, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of  1990, the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, as amended,  New York State Human Rights Law and the New York City Civil Rights Law, as well  as the policies of the City University’s Board of Trustees.

As an urban institution in the City of New York that is  committed to the concept and values of pluralism and diversity, the college  seeks to have its workforce reflect the diversity of its student body, the  surrounding community, and the representation of qualified individuals  available in the labor force.  To that  end, the college’s affirmative action employment program (AAP) is designed and  implemented with the dual goals of increasing employment opportunities for all  legally mandated protected groups and assuring the effective realization and  utilization of their talents and skills.

Pursuant to law “protected groups” are defined for  affirmative action purposes as: Black or African American (non-Hispanic),  Hispanic or Latino, Puerto Rican, Asian, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific  Islander, American Indian or Alaskan Native, women, special disabled and  Vietnam Era veterans, and individuals with disabilities.  Moreover, in accord with the University  Chancellor’s mandate of 1976, Italian-Americans are also designated an  affirmative action protected category within CUNY.

Odelia Levy is the college’s Chief Diversity  Officer and Coordinator the Title 504 and Title IX programs.  Complaints, comments and/or questions  regarding applicable policies, procedures or the college’s affirmative action  program, or discrimination generally, should be directed to the Office of Affirmative  Action & Compliance located in the Room S701K, telephone:  (212)220-1236, email: [email protected].  Inquiries concerning the  application of Title IX and its implanting regulations may be referred to Ms. Levy or the Office for Civil Rights (OCR), United States Department of  Education.

Is it okay to ask an applicant his/her age during the interview?

  • Yes
  • No

Tea Consent

Types of fire extinguishers (copy)

Extinguishing different types of fire

 

Match fire extinguishers with types of fires

  • Water and Foam
    Class A fires
  • Carbon dioxide
    Class B & C fires
  • Dry Powder
    Class D fires
  • Wet Chemical
    Class K fires

Decide if the following statements are true or false

  • Class C fires are fires involving energized electrical equipment.
  • There are four classes of fire, Class A, B, C and K.
  • Class B fires are those fires that occur involving paper and wood.
  • Class K fires are fires in cooking oils and greases.
  • Water will not extinguish most flammable liquid fires.

Which of these objects belongs to Class A fires?

Fire extinguisher in use (copy)

Take part in a fire extinguisher training with Jack

 

Use PASS with your fire extinguisher

  • PULL
  • SQUEEZE
  • AIM
  • SWEEP

Congratulations!

You've completed a course on fire safety. Hopefully, now you have a better understanding of fire dangers and fire prevention procedures.