6300P USE OF COLLEGE EQUIPMENT OFF-SITE (PROCEDURES)
Original Date: 11/1/1995 * Last Revision Effective: 9/17/2012
Policy Contact: Vice President, Administrative Services
In some circumstances it may be necessary for a Bellevue College employee to borrow college equipment to work at home or some other off-campus site in order to complete assignments or carry out college business. In all such cases, authorization is required before the equipment may be taken away from BCC facilities and the following procedures must be followed
Any administrator, faculty member, or classified employee who needs to borrow college equipment should submit a completed “loan of state-owned equipment to employees” form to the department loaning the equipment. The following information must be provided:
- employee’s name;
- description of equipment, including model number, serial number, and Washington state inventory tag number;
- purpose of the loan;
- date to be returned.
Both the employee and the supervisor must sign the form. Upon return, the issuing department must initial and date the form and give a copy to the employee.
The loaned equipment is to be used solely for college work. All Bellevue College employees should be aware that state-owned equipment is not to be used for personal or private gain, whether on campus or off, per state ethics laws. Equipment loans must not exceed one (1) year from date of the original loan but may be extended by submitting a new request for “loan of state-owned equipment to employees” form.
Revisions 5/10/2005; 5/21/2009; 9/1/2009; 9/17/2012