Safety & Security

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information & Updates

Our college leadership is monitoring the news and taking precautions regarding the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) as well as the flu. For information regarding preventing its spread or what to do if you present symptoms, please visit OFTC’s Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) web page.

Emergency Information

We at Oconee Fall Line Technical College are committed to providing a safe campus environment, and we ask that everyone takes ownership of this goal. We have undertaken many important institutional efforts to address safety and security issues, and urge you to review the information about campus safety measures, reporting crimes and other emergencies, as well as the procedures and policies designed to protect our college community. We have no greater priority than the safety of our students, faculty, staff, and visitors, but a truly safe campus can only be achieved through the cooperation of everyone.

We strive to foster an environment in which individuals feel safe to attend, learn, and work.  Our goals are principles of responsibility and respect. These values are essential to our community and serve as the foundation for productivity and success. A safe, supportive campus can be achieved with everyone’s cooperation.

Oconee Fall Line Technical College employs certified law enforcement officers to perform security functions on our campuses.  Officers may be reached at one of the phone numbers below; contact 911 if you have an emergency.

Campus Security Emergency Phone Numbers:

Campus Time Phone Number
Dublin (South Campus) Office
Sandersville (North Campus) Office
Jefferson County Center Office 478-625-1901
Little Ocmulgee Instructional Center Office 229-868-7834

Hazardous Materials

Oconee Fall Line Technical College utilizes a computer software program to manage our inventory of hazardous materials and safety data sheets. This program is called MSDSonline, and can be found on all college computers and this website.

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MSDSonline provides a comprehensive database of all hazardous materials on campus and related safety information. Search by material, campus, or program to find the data you need in order to safely use a certain material, or to respond to an emergency.

Be Prepared to Act

Safety and security is everyone’s business.  Suspected safety violations, hazards,and suspicious activity should be reported to the nearest OFTC employee in a timely manner.

Be aware of your surroundings and who is around.  Do not become a victim by not being safe.


  • Lock your car, don’t leave your property unattended anywhere.
  • Put 911 on the speed dial of your cell phone.
  • Don’t walk alone after dark, have a security officer walk you to your car.
  • Always let someone know where you are and who is with you.
  • If followed go to the nearest OFTC employee. Don’t take chances with people you do not know or those you know well.