Section 202 of the ANR Administrative Handbook, “Memberships in Organizations” has been revised to improve clarity and correct outdated information. These revisions do not change ANR’s existing policy and/or practice. The revised Section is available here. Questions regarding Section 202 may be directed as follows.
- Cooperative Extension offices - Cherie McDougald, director – Business Operations Center, (559) 646-6518 or email@example.com
- Statewide programs, research & extension centers, and ANR service units at the UC Davis campus - Nikki Humphreys, associate director – Business Operations Center, (530) 754-8510 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Oakland (OP) ANR administrative offices - Jennifer Bunge, associate director – ANR Budget Office, (510) 987-0102 or Jennifer.Bunge@ucop.edu.
The 2006 version of ANR Administrative Handbook Section 210, Insurance has been revised and reissued. It is now available at http://ucanr.org/sites/anrstaff/files/80471.pdf.
The revision to this section of the handbook is significant.
Existing policy has not been changed, but important additional information has been added. This revision will be of interest to most ANR employees, especially those who travel and/or who use their vehicle in the course of their ANR work.
Please contact ANR’s Office of Risk Services for additional guidance and support.
The 2006 version of ANR Administrative Handbook Section 401, UCCE and County Memorandum of Understanding has been revised and reissued. The Section title has been changed to Programmatic MOUs and is now available here.
The revision to this section of the Administrative Handbook is significant.
Information regarding MOUs for the establishment and continuation of UCCE in California counties has been removed for the time being, as ANR transitions to a focus on multi-county partnerships. However, a great deal of new information regarding programmatic MOUs (e.g., agreements to deliver programs and/or to provide support services) is now provided, including MOU templates for our 4-H and Master Gardener programs.
The revised section should be helpful to those contemplating the issuance of an MOU. For additional guidance and support, please contact ANR’s Administrative Policies & Business Contracts.
Section 325 of the ANR Administrative Handbook “Administrative Appointments” (for academic personnel) has been revised to improve clarity and correct outdated information. These revisions do not change ANR’s existing policy and/or practice. The revised Section is available at http://ucanr.org/sites/anrstaff/files/83036.pdf.
Questions regarding Section 325 may be directed to ANR Academic Personnel Executive Director Kim Rodrigues at (530) 754-8509 or email@example.com.
The January 1991 version of Section 211, Health and Safety Program of the ANR Administrative Handbook has been revised and reissued. The Section title has been changed to Environmental Health and Safety Program and the revision is now available at http://ucanr.org/sites/anrstaff/files/77421.pdf
The revision to this section of the Handbook is significant. A great deal of procedural detail (much of it focused on regulatory requirements for work with pesticides) has been removed from the Handbook section, but can now be found on the EH&S website at http://safety.ucanr.org. As well, information has been added to conform to the University Policy on Management of Health, Safety and the Environment http://www.ucop.edu/riskmgt/bsas/documents/presidentialpol.pdf. The section now provides greater clarity as to how the University policy should be implemented in the ANR environment.
Because we all share responsibility for safety, all ANR personnel are encouraged to review this revised section of the ANR Administrative Handbook at http://ucanr.org/sites/anrstaff/files/77421.pdf.
Questions may be directed to Risk & Safety Services Manager Brian Oatman at (530) 752-6024 or firstname.lastname@example.org.