COVID-19 Prevention Guidelines for In-Person Events (Updated 11/10/21)


The COVID-19 Prevention Guidelines for In-Person Events (Word) provides guidance for preventing the spread of COVID-19 and for compliance with Washington state and local public health requirements at in-person events.

For events that require approval through the Use of University Facilities (UUF) process, event organizers must work the venue operator to complete an In-Person Event COVID-19 Prevention Plan and keep it on file.


Safety Alert issued for ZIGZAG, ZIGZAG PLUS, and ZILLON fall protection products

Petzl issued a Safety Alert with a request for inspection following reports of slippage and identification of defects in the release levers on ZIGZAG, ZIGZAG PLUS and ZILLON products.

This information concerns only the following products: ZIGZAG (D022AA00), ZIGZAG PLUS (D022BA00), ZILLON (L22A 025, L22A 040, L22A 055) with serial numbers between 18L and 21G.

Owner Project Requirements Template for Capital Safety Project


The purpose of the Owner Project Requirements Template (Word) is to provide clear and concise documentation of the Project Owner’s goals, expectations and requirements for a Capital Safety Project.

This template contains basic recommended components and can be adapted as needed to suit the project. This document should be completed before start of design and given to the design team.



Level up your facemask

Updated 1/7/21

There has been a dramatic increase in COVID-19 cases due to the Omicron variant. Vaccines are doing their job to protect against severe illness, hospitalizations, and deaths; however, breakthrough infections in people who are fully vaccinated and boosted can occur. Continuing to use multiple layers of protection is more important than ever.


Product Inspection Notice issued for CMC CLUTCH fall protection devices

Harken Industrial™ issued a Product Inspection Notice for CMC CLUTCH™ units after identifying a number of units that may have shipped without the stainless steel Friction Shoe installed. While a missing Friction Shoe does not present an immediate safety concern, there may be impacts to long-term device durability and performance.