Students enrolled in music programs as well as faculty and staff within the Music Department must be provided basic information about maintenance of health and safety within the contexts of practice, performance, teaching, and listening.
(National Associations of School of Music Standards)
Health and Safety depend in large part on the personal decisions of informed individuals. Institutions have health and safety responsibilities, but the fulfillment of these responsibilities cannot and will not ensure any specific individual's health and safety. Too many factors beyond any institution's control are involved. Individuals have a critically important role and each is personally responsible for avoiding risk and preventing injuries to themselves before, during, and after study or employment at any institution.
In-depth information regarding musician health and wellness will be presented in MUS 122 - Introduction to Music Studies and Careers. Resources will also be made available to students in all applied lesson, digital music, sound recording, and ensemble courses.
Students may not move pianos, choral risers, or any other heavy equipment without faculty supervision. Use of all department equipment, technology, and facilities requires permission of music faculty.
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