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Office of Workplace Safety and Risk Management

Learn about the Office of Workplace Safety and Risk Management.

In Case of Emergency

  • Dial 9-1-1 or use a campus “Code Blue” emergency phone located throughout the campus grounds. (View Map)
  • From a mobile phone, call 310-660-3100.
  • Text 9-1-1 is also available if you are unable to make a phone call.

View Emergency Procedures

Work-Related Injury

Employees who sustain a work-related injury should contact Company Nurse at the toll free phone at  877-518-6702, using El Camino College Company Code:  SCC04.

When an employee(s) contacts Company Nurse and medical treatment is required, Company Nurse will automatically send the injured employee(s) a Temporary Pharmacy Card with referral form to the District’s workers’ compensation, medical provider. The medical provider will provide the injured worker with a copy of their Temporary Pharmacy Card.

View FAQ if employee(s) ask "Why do I have call Company Nurse?"

Quick Links

For meeting minutes, see the committee minutes section.


The State of California Disaster Service Worker (DSW) Program includes all public employees impressed into service by a person having authority to command the aid of citizens in the execution of his or her duties during a state of war, a state of emergency, or a local emergency.

As public employees, El Camino Community College District employees are DSWs.  Examples of emergencies for which El Camino Community College District employees may be called upon to help as DSWs include fire, flood, earthquake, or public health emergencies. In an emergency, non-essential public employees (those that are not required for continuity of operations) may be released from their usual duties so that they can be reassigned to assist any agency or organization carrying out its emergency response duties.  Employees acting as DSWs will be assigned duties within their scope of training, skill, and ability.  Examples of DSW responsibilities include:

  • Registering people at a shelter or mass prophylaxis clinic
  • Translating for non-English speaking individuals
  • Acting as a messenger at a designated site
  • Serving food to emergency staff or to vulnerable populations
  • Answering phones


Questions? Contact Us

Office of Workplace Safety and Risk Management

Leobardo Barrera
310-660-3593, ext. 7806

Valerie Wagner

email: riskmanagement@elcamino.edu