Building Access Coordinator (BAC)
A Building Access Coordinator (BAC) is someone within a department or organizational unit who has been authorized
to request Health Sciences (HS) photo ID badges, access cards, and keys. These BACs are registered with the
HS Building Management Office (BMO). A registered BAC does not have to be located in the Health Sciences Building,
as there are a few in the Foege Building, CHDD, UW Medicine at South Lake Union, and University of Washington
To register as a Health Sciences or WH Foege Building Access Coordinator:
- Fill out Form 21 [PDF*]
- Mail or fax to Health Sciences Building Management, Box 357175 Fax: 616-3116
- Building Management controls the issuance of all Health Sciences Building keys via departmental Building
Access Coordinators (BAC) .
- Fill out a new Form 21, if the BACs change.
- The list of authorized coordinators is updated annually.
- Building Management keeps a record of key sub-numbers.
- Each department must have a system in place that checks keys in and out as personnel change.
- All issued keys are University property and must be returned upon leaving the University or upon request.
- Any keys that are not issued to an individual should be kept in a secure lockbox by the Building Access
- BACs may only request keys for their own department.
- If a department needs keys to a space that it does not own, it must request the keys from the BAC of the
- Written approval to order another department's keys must be sent to Building Management. This may be an
[top of page]
- The BAC is responsible for their organizational unit's cards and distribution.
- The BAC must keep a database of card numbers and cardholders.
- All access card requests and changes must be signed or initiated by an authorized BAC.
- If a BAC wishes to make changes to their own access card, they must obtain their supervisor's approval
via signature or email.
Please contact Building Management at 685-0143 or email@example.com if
you have any questions.
[top of page]
Privacy | TermsCopyright © 2006-2011 HSAS&F. All Rights Reserved