Specific Examples of Prohibited Conduct – UT Code of Conduct
Compliance with Laws and University Policies. No Code of Conduct can list all prohibited conduct. The following information, which is not all-inclusive, illustrates some examples of specifically prohibited conduct that may lead to disciplinary action, up to and including, termination, as either unsatisfactory work performance or work-related behavior, or gross misconduct, under university policy. Willful or negligent damage to university property. Tampering with or wantonly destroying university data, re...
7. Commitment to Environmental Health and Safety – UT Code of Conduct
Employees are expected to be committed to protecting the health and safety of all University students, faculty, staff, volunteers, patients, and visitors. To accomplish this, the University provides information and training to employees about health and safety hazards and safeguards. Employees are expected to exercise good health and safety practices and to comply with all health and safety laws and regulations. Key Policies, Statements, and Guidelines. University of Tennessee System Policies Safety.