Report an Emergency:
Call 911. Give the following information, as calmly and precisely as possible.
- Your full name and the telephone number from which you are calling.
- The nature and location of the emergency.
- Your location- the address or building, the room number or floor, area or department.
- What you know of the number of injured people and their injuries.
- If possible, locate at least two emergency exits in your area.
- If it’s dark and you have a flashlight, keep it handy.
- Use the telephone only for emergency purposes.
- Leave the building immediately if you hear an alarm, if requested by authorities, or if the building seems unsafe.
- Do not enter an elevator in emergencies or attempt to force open elevator doors.
- Warn others around you and help them, but only insofar as your skills allow.
- Do not expose yourself or others to risk in trying to save personal or University property.
- As you move, beware of things that could be damaged, unstable structures or loose debris, exposed wires, chemical vapors or spills, smoke, and other such hazards.
Emergency Planning for:
- People with Disabilities
- Food Safety