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Welcome to the Work Environment Committee 

​Charge

LATTC’s Work Environment Committee’s primary charge or purpose is to ensure the college provides conditions for a safe, healthful, and sanitary work environment conducive to effective teaching and learning. The committee is also committed to ensuring a safe, healthful, and sanitary work environment conducive to the effective performance of the administrative functions necessary to support the College’s educational activities.

Towards this end, the Work Environment Committee (WEC) recommends policies and monitors all work environment matters including, but not limited to, grounds and facilities, including parking, conditions of classrooms, allocation and conditions of faculty and staff office space, air quality, temperature control, lighting, VDT usage, health, safety, and sanitation.

Lastly, the Work Environment Committee is primarily responsible for the following activities and functions of the college.

  • Periodic examinations of college facilities to identify issues related to the WEC’s role and to assist in monitoring the quality of the work environment.
  • Assisting the college administration’s efforts to implement policies or procedures recommended by the WEC.
  • To help program or design new facilities, to develop plans regarding the renovation of existing buildings.
  • Recommendations for Prop A,AA, & J projects
  • Coordinating or directing the college’s procedure for allocating faculty and staff office space.
  • Monitoring of campus BUG committees
  • Plan and organize campus clean-up activities each semester
  • Organize and stage annual ‘town hall’ meetings and regular surveys of employees and students.
  • Report to the college community results of meetings and pertinent information on a regular basis.

The Work Environment Committee is advisory to the LATTC College Council.

Meeting Schedule

WEC meets on the 1st Monday of every month 1:15-3:00pm.

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