External Agencies - Compliance with Requirements
Office of Origin: Human Resources; Academic Affairs
Date Adopted: 01-24-06
Date Reviewed: 03-28-17
Last Date Modified & Approved: 03-28-17
College employees will comply with the requirements of external agencies to fulfill their responsibilities that occur within external agencies.
Examples of these kinds of requirements will include, but not be limited to:
- Hospitals and other health care organizations require criminal background checks before granting clinical privileges. Clinical privileges are required in order that our health care faculty teach or supervise their students in the clinical environment.
- School systems require that individuals participate in criminal background checks before participating in classroom activities or working with school children.
Requirements imposed by external agencies may include activities such as criminal background checks, fingerprint screenings, drug screenings, and/or unannounced or random drug testing.
Some of these requirements come from the decisions of these external organizations, some are required by their regulatory or accreditation agencies, and some stem from State or Federal law.
Responsibility: Vice President, Administrative Services; Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs
References: Michigan Public Act 303 of 2002; Michigan Public Acts 28 and 29 of 2006.