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Axe Library, S. Homer Bicknell Sports. Bowen Hall, S. Broadway Crimson Commons. Crossland Family University House, E. Ford Dellinger Hall, S. Lindburg Gibson Dining Hall, S. Locust Gorilla Village, S. Homer Grubbs Hall, E. Cleveland Hartman Hall, E. Lindburg Heckert-Wells Hall, S. Cleveland Hughes Hall, E. Rouse Kansas Technology Center, E.
Ford Kelce Center, E. Cleveland McCray Hall, E. McPherson Dr. Nation Hall, S. Elm Overman Student Center, E. Cleveland Physical Plant, E. Lindburg Porter Hall, E. Cleveland Russ Hall, S. Joplin Student Health Center old , S. Joplin Timmons Chapel, E. Ford Trout Hall, S. Ford Ave. Veterans Memorial Amphitheater, S. Plaster Center, S. Homer Whitesitt Hall, E. Lindburg Wilkinson Alumni Center, E. Ford Willard Hall, E. Bulk or Standard A mail service is available to campus departments wishing to take advantage of discounted mail delivery. Standard A mail allows the mailer to a reduced rate, but requires additional work by the mailing department.
We employ a knowledgeable staff, and have the equipment and software to provide this service to our university customer. Services include verification of mailing lists, ink-jet addressing, inserting, tabbing and completion of all USPS required documentation to assure timely delivery.
We can also address intercampus mail to avoid mailing labels. Due to recent concerns regarding the safety of mail products, the Secretary of Administration, Secretary of Health and Environment and Superintendent of Highway Patrol of the State of Kansas have prepared guidelines on how to identify and respond to suspicious mail. These guidelines are attached - it is recommended you read them and review this procedure with anyone coming in contact with suspicious mail. Many facilities in communities around the country are dealing with concerns about bioterrorism threat letters, suspicious envelopes or packages with particular concerns about anthrax.
Anthrax can cause illness in several ways: skin infection, gastrointestinal infection or inhalation lung infection. To cause illness, the organism must be rubbed into skin that is cut or abraded, swallowed or inhaled as a fine mist. It is not contagious from one person to another; in other words, you can't "catch it" from someone else.
Soap kills anthrax on the skin. All forms of anthrax are generally treatable with antibiotics. Producing particles this small is very difficult, and usually requires a great deal of technical skill and special equipment. When handling or opening mail, attention to the procedures below should provide ample protection against anthrax infection. In the event an exposure does occur, it is important to obtain medical attention so antibiotics can be started promptly.
Anthrax cannot be aerosolized through he simple act of opening an envelope or package containing powder. In theory, if someone opening an envelope or package with powder deliberately inhales the powder, a lung infection could result. If you receive a letter, package, or other item that is not accompanied by a threat and not leaking powder, the risk of anthrax or harm from another biological agent is small.
If you receive a package that concerns you that has not threat attached and no leaking powder, talk it over with your supervisor or University Police at or local law enforcement Pittsburg Police, If law enforcement does not recommend you do otherwise, use the following procedure:. KDHE Epidemiology Give to Pitt State. Home Offices Post office. Post Office. Campus building addresses Axe Library, S. Rouse St. Broadway Crimson Commons E.
Quincy Bldg. C S. Joplin Bldg. D S. B S. E S. Mail Security Due to recent concerns regarding the safety of mail products, the Secretary of Administration, Secretary of Health and Environment and Superintendent of Highway Patrol of the State of Kansas have prepared guidelines on how to identify and respond to suspicious mail. KDHE Division of Health Procedure Guide for Responding to the Receipt of Envelopes or Packages of Suspicious or Unknown Origin Many facilities in communities around the country are dealing with concerns about bioterrorism threat letters, suspicious envelopes or packages with particular concerns about anthrax.
Don't Overreact. Use Common Sense with Unsolicited or Suspicious Packages; it is never wise to smell or sniff substances of unknown origin. These step-by-step procedures should be followed in various situations. Unopened letter or package, or letter that appears empty - No threat message or visible powder: If you receive a letter, package, or other item that is not accompanied by a threat and not leaking powder, the risk of anthrax or harm from another biological agent is small.
If law enforcement does not recommend you do otherwise, use the following procedure: Double bag the letter or package in plastic trash bag is fine and place in trash. No medical attention or individual disinfection recommended. KEEP others from entering the room. Open envelope or package with powder, or powder spills out onto surface of unopened letter or package.
DO NOT clean powder up. Do not touch it. Keep others away. Law enforcement will assure proper custody and packing of the letter or package. PLACE the clothing you were wearing in a plastic bag. In most cases, you can clean the clothes you were wearing with your regular wash, using the regular laundry cycle. However, if the clothes are visibly contaminated with powder, discard them after double bagging in plastic.
MAKE list of all people who had direct contact with the powder and give the list to local public health authorities. Public health and safety officials will recommend any necessary medial attention or individual decontamination. Opening package or letter produces a cloud of dust or a small explosion, or the letter states "Anthrax in heating or AC System": LEAVE room immediately; tell everyone in the room to leave with you. SHUT down the air handling system.
MAKE list of all people who may have directly breathed the dust or smoke and give it to local public health authorities. Public health and safety officials will recommend any necessary medical attention or individual decontamination.
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