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Stop, think, act! People's safety is most important. Learn more about how you can protect yourself and others in an emergency situation.
Important information on evacuation, first aid, warden duties and more.
Our advice on what to do in a suspicious or dangerous situation.
If there is an active armed offender on campus, you have three options: Run, hide or fight.
Find out what you need to do in the event of a fire.
In an earthquake – drop, cover, hold. If you are near the coast, get gone.
Take action to protect yourself and others in major storms, wind, flooding or volcanic eruptions.
When potentially harmful or dangerous chemicals are spilled, work quickly to prevent harm.
The immediate actions you should take if you discover a gas leak.
When there is a problem with power, it can affect large parts of the local area.
Resources and information that help the University achieve its commitment to a safe and healthy environment for everyone.
Our detailed list of emergency contacts and information sources.
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