To report an emergency call Campus Enforcement and Patrol at 637-2888 or dial 911. You can also report an emergency by using one of the Emergency Phones that are strategically located throughout campus. Simply push the button to contact CEP.
The safety of our campus community is our number one priority. However, we must all be prepared and take responsibility for our own safety.
- Self-educate with respect to all-hazards emergency planning on campus. This includes being knowledgeable of procedures and protocols and knowing how to react appropriately (e.g. knowing when to evacuate or not to evacuate a building);
- Become self-prepared, identifying all mitigation strategies for protection when and wherever possible (e.g. knowing the location of the nearest Blue Phone);
- Know the campus emergency telephone number;
- Know the evacuation route, assembly points and reception centre for the area in which you , live, work, study or enjoy recreational activities;
- Participate in any applicable emergency management training related to the duties/responsibilities you have on campus;
- Become familiar with persons who live, study or work in your area who have disabilities or challenges. Be prepared to assist in emergencies to ensure their safety;
- Create a personal emergency plan that includes a method for making contact with family and friends in the event of disaster;
- Have emergency supplies available, such as first aid kits and non-perishable food and water; and
- Know how to University will communicate with you in the event of an emergency
Environmental Health and Safety
We strive to develop a health and safety culture with special emphasis on the prevention of injuries and illnesses. Health and safety is a shared responsibility. Everyone is personally and directly responsible for health and safety as an intrinsic part of their job. EHS provides oversight and guidance on health and safety compliance. Learn more.