1.2 Policy Statements & Employee Guidance :: Compliance
Extension Employees are required to be in compliance with a number of UW-Madison and Wisconsin State policies. This article is a non-exhaustive list of important policies that employees should be aware of and be in compliance with.

Child Abuse & Neglect

Executive Order 54 requires all Extension employees and volunteers working with Extension programs to immediately report any incident or threat of child abuse or neglect with reasonable cause to believe the abuse or neglect has occurred or will occur.

Compliance - Mandatory Reporting - How to Report Child Abuse & Neglect

Outside Activity Reporting

Outside Activity Reporting (OAR) is an annual required report for faculty, academic staff, limited appointments, and human subjects researchers in which all outside activities related to institutional responsibilities are reported. This encompasses all professional responsibilities at UW-Madison, including: research, instruction, extension/outreach, and administrative activities.

Compliance - Conflict of Interest - Outside Activity Reporting

Public Records Request

As a unit of the state government, UW-Madison is subject to the Public Records Law and the records of University officers and employees are subject to public access. A "record" is any material on which information is recorded, regardless of physical form or characteristics, that relates to University business. This includes anything in an electronic format, such as emails. All open records requests should be submitted through the UW-Madison Public Records Portal and will be handled by the Public Records Custodian at UW-Madison.

Compliance - Public Records Requests - Submitting a Request

Sexual Harassment & Sexual Violence

Preventing Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence at UWMadison is a required online training module for all UW-Madison faculty and staff on how to recognize, prevent, and respond to sexual assault and sexual violence in the workplace. All employees must take the course to meet our compliance obligations under Board of Regents Policy 14-2. New employees must complete the course within one (1) month of employment. Current employees must complete the course once every three (3) years.

Compliance - Sexual Harassment & Sexual Violence - Mandatory Employee Training

Video Captioning (ADA)

Videos used in Division of Extension need to meet ADA compliance for captioning and accommodation. The Division of Extension requires that all external, public facing pre-recorded video content meet or exceed ADA requirements for captioning.

Compliance - Accessibility (ADA) - Video Captioning - Divisional Policy

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No.Document TitleIDUpdatedViews
1Records Retention – Guidance for Extension Employees1352702024-03-08409
2Civil Rights 101 Training - Policy1139242024-02-122111
3How to Register for and Complete Civil Rights 101 Training1269372024-02-122361
4Language Access - Policy & Guidance1078032024-02-121133
5Compliance - Civil Rights 101 Training1239112024-02-12522
6Compliance - Public Records Requests - Submitting a Request1015712023-11-091268
7Compliance - Sexual Harassment & Sexual Violence - Mandatory Employee Training1000772023-10-311783
8Guidance for Video, Images, and Testimonials of Participants in Extension Activities1275652023-08-031188
9Compliance - Mandatory Reporting - How to Report Child Abuse & Neglect964632023-06-071405
10Compliance - Conflict of Interest - Outside Activity Reporting1003882023-03-191909
11Canva use in Extension1118272023-03-024338
12Compliance - Accessibility (ADA) - Video Captioning - Divisional Policy978722021-12-221957
13Compliance - Non-discrimination/Equal Opportunity statements971522021-12-22859
14Compliance1086112021-12-21889
15Responding to a Copyright Infringement claim1143772021-12-21527
16Protection of Vulnerable Populations - Logging In1102542021-06-01678

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