Arizona Revised Statutes R2-10-206 and 207 require state
agencies to assess and identify risks and implement a Loss Prevention Program
to reduce the frequency and severity of losses for that agency. Required
program elements include, but are not limited to:
- fire and life safety
- emergency planning
- motor fleet safety
- environmental compliance
- accident and injury reporting and investigation
- property protection and security
- all areas of chemical, biological, and radiation
- liability and third party claims
- workers’ compensation and lost time
The Northern Arizona University Loss Prevention Program is
comprised of the following main components:
- policy statement:
The loss prevention policy statement, written by President Haeger, is written to
inform the Northern Arizona University community of loss prevention efforts and
to establish the expectation that every employee be an active participant in
prevention coordinator: Each state agency lead must designate in writing a loss prevention coordinator. This role is
established to coordinate campus wide loss prevention efforts and to serve as a
liaison between active departments.
manual: The Loss Prevention Manual is written to inform Northern Arizona University
employees of applicable loss prevention efforts and requirements, and to assist
employees in appropriate responses to loss events.
Prevention Committee: The Loss Prevention Committee is comprised of representatives of Northern Arizona University
departments which serve major roles in the university’s loss prevention
efforts. This group meets quarterly, reviews losses, identifies trends, and
develops corrective measures to reduce those losses.
training: All employees must be trained in the Loss Prevention Program.
Training content may vary by job assignment. We provide on-site and online training options, or training materials at the department's request. Contact
the loss prevention coordinator for