EMERGENCY WORK ORDER EXPLANATION
The cleanup of broken glass.
A ceiling leak dripping on the floor or equipment.
Any substance on the floor that presents a safety concern.
A stool, urinal, sink or floor drain is stopped up; creating a floor hazard.
Any custodial work order to be completed before the end of the working day.
An unscheduled event set up that requires immediate attention.
Any custodial work order that presents a safety concern.
LANDSCAPING MAINTENANCE EMERGENCIES
Irrigation system on during the day with no Physical Plant employee present.
Debris on a campus street, sidewalk, or steps.
Broken limbs or trees.
Sink holes or any holes in the ground.
Broken glass outdoors.
Car accidents on campus where there is a chemical spill, broken glass, or car parts.
Vandalism that poses a threat to life or limb.
Snow and/or ice removal.
Icy spots in front of doors or on steps.
Icy spots in general (streets or sidewalks).
TRADES MAINTENANCE EMERGENCIES
Door glass is broken.
Window glass that is broken out.
Windows that will not secure which are on ground level or at a fire escape access. This is a security issue.
Entrance doors that will not unlock or lock.
Classrooms, labs or offices that will not unlock.
Classrooms, labs or offices that have valuable items inside them that will not lock.
Core changes that are required due to a breach of security.
Roof leak that is dripping on valuable equipment.
Roof leak where a potential safety issue is present.
Any floor safety issue, such as tripping or opening in floor.
Any other work that presents a safety concern for students, staff, general public or the building itself.
Anyone trapped in an elevator or any elevator not working.
Any campus building reporting no electricity.
Lights not working in classroom or office.
Campus wide power outage.
Receptacles not working in classroom that is needed for teaching purposes.
Any work order that has to be completed before the end of that working day.
Fire alarm sounding in any building.
Emergency, short notice or priority dig safe One-Calls.
PLUMBING AND WELDING
Any stool or urinal that is running continuously.
Any time the smell of gas is present in any building.
Any time the smell of sewer gas is present in any building.
Any time there is no water to a building.
When the sewer system, drains, stools or urinals are stopped up.
When water is running on any electrical devices.
When water is leaking through a wall, floor or ceiling.
When there is no heat in the entire building or section of the building.
When water is coming out of the ground.
When the tunnel system on campus has a large amount of water in it.
When any large cover plates for water meters, sewer manholes or irrigation valve box lids are missing or not on properly.
When any faucet is leaking continuously.
When the window wells are full of water.
Any time dish machine is not working properly in Gibson Dining Hall or Overman Student Center.
Loud noises coming from mechanical room.
REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING
Air conditioning not working in entire building.
Loud noise coming from mechanical room.
Loud noise coming from cooling tower.
Cooler or freezer not working in Overman Student Center, Gibson Dining Hall or Heckert-Wells.
Air conditioning not working in telecommunications rooms in Kelce (OIS).
Air conditioning not working in main computer room in Kelce (OIS).
Air conditioning not working in computer labs (Rooms 103, 104, and 105) Kelce.
Air conditioning not working at KRPS studio at Shirk Hall.
Air conditioning not working at KRPS tower at Weir.
Air conditioning or exhaust fan not working in Heckert-Wells, Room 207.
Loud noise coming from air conditioning equipment located on outside of building.