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|A new semester -- and time to prepare!
FACULTY: Here is a quick checklist to start your semester and be prepared for anything!
WANT A CAREER IN HELPING OTHERS?
- Make your SYLLABUS easy to read, with important contact information at the TOP.
- VISIT your classroom before the first class and know where your emergency exits are.
- Check your classroom door -- does it lock? How? If not, contact your department chair.
- Check this website for the location of your nearest evacuation areas and how to get to them.
STUDENTS: Be involved in your own safety and make sure you participate in every campus exercise. Insist that those around you do to.
ALL CAMPUS PERSONNEL: You are responsible for your own safety and preparedness by what YOU do before, during and after a crisis situation. Take the time now to get ready -- and enjoy your semester.
- GO OVER EMERGENCYPROCEDURES ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS. This is not only important knowledge, but it shows students that you in an emergency situation that you will take a leadership role in their safety.
The Red Cross is an internationally recognized relief agency. Watch this video to see the tremendous work they do, as seen in the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. 8 minutes long and worth every minute -- great video to show students who want to work for relief agencies, too.
FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK! www.facebook.com/prepareCSUF
have been recognized as a vital part of keeping the campus community abreast of emergency events. Make sure you look at your information (especially email and phone information) and keep it up to date.
Events that remind us to prepare:
What Hurricane Sandy has taught us.
I AM A DISASTER SERVICE WORKER! And so are YOU!
Watch this video to learn what it means to be a Disaster Service Worker (ALL state employees are!) and what you may be called upon to do during a disaster.
GAS PIPELINE INFORMATION: See this document from the Gas Company regarding Gas Pipeline Safety.
HOMELAND SECURITY INFORMATION
The Department of Homeland Security has developed a National Terrorism Advisory System to effectively communicate information about terrorist threats.
Click HERE to go to their site that lists the current national threat level.Here are some tips for your response to these levels at CSUF.
This site has been updated with lots of information to help us prepare for any disaster. There is still much to be completed, but if you don't see something you need, please contact the Emergency Management Coordinator. Thanks!