To help prepare community members for any emergency situation they may directly encounter or that they may receive messages about, the University is leading emergency awareness training programs for students, faculty, and staff. This training will help community members take appropriate protective actions when they receive directions like "lockdown," "shelter," "shelter in place" or "evacuate."
The emergency protective actions training provided by the Office of Emergency Management & Homeland Security is an introductory level course which defines the terminology used during an activation of the Emergency Notification System, What faculty and staff should do regarding classroom and office security, as well as a brief overview of the Department of Public Safety and the Emergency Notification System used on campus. This training will be provided on Sakai, as well as an instructor led version in which faculty & staff can interact and discuss issues with a member of the Emergency Management staff. For more information or to schedule a training session, please email email@example.com.
How to find out what to do in the event of an emergency: