May be work that is one or two tasks performed by in-house staff, and typically can be completed within one or two days. For the Work Order online portal click here.
Long-term work with capital funding. Work may require an architect.
To submit a project request, please e-mail GA_Projects@bentley.edu.
Reserve spaces around campus for meetings, conferences and other events.
Moving Services for new hire, office relocation, vacancies
For Department and Room ID signage submit a detailed request (Natalie Lessard).
Request office supplies to be sent from our central office.
OSHA required training courses; General health and safety topics. Request training by contacting our Life Safety Officer.
Portable fire extinguishers; Resident Director and Assistant fire safety; First-Year fire safety. Request training by contacting our Fire Safety Officer.
First-Year Fire Safety Seminar - 20 Minutes
This seminar is given during the first week of classes for all incoming first-years. Procedures to follow in the event of an alarm are reviewed, as are the fire safety policies that are in effect in the residence halls. A brochure containing many of these policies and procedures is distributed.
RA Fire Safety Seminar - 1 Hour
Resident assistants and directors are offered this training to become more aware of the life safety features of their residence halls. Life safety policies and procedures are also discussed. The procedure for health and safety inspections is reviewed.
Fire Extinguisher Training - 1 Hour
This class is made up of lecture and hands on opportunities. Classes of fires, along with the types of fire extinguishers available, deciding what extinguisher to use, when to fight a fire with an extinguisher and how to properly use an extinguisher, are covered in this class. Participants are able to use a fire extinguisher outside after having learned about fire prevention and the proper use of fire extinguishers.
Campus Fire Safety - 1 Hour
This seminar starts by reviewing the fire basics, including the fire tetrahedron and general use of portable fire extinguishers. The bulk of the information pertains directly to the various policies and life safety devices located on campus. The differently types of fire alarm panels and the significance of trouble and supervisory alarms are also examined. The locations and operations of FM-200, Wet Chemical, and Water-Based Fire Suppression Systems are reviewed.
If you would like training or information on any fire or life safety topic, please let me know and I would be happy to either provide the training myself or find another way to via outside sources to satisfy your requirements.
Ergonomic evaluations available upon request (Christine Powers).