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Storm Ready


StormReady is a recognition program started in 1999 by the National Weather Service to help arm America's communities and Universities with the communication and safety skills needed to save lives and property–before and during an event.  StormReady Universities are better prepared to save lives from the onslaught of severe weather through advanced planning, education, awareness efforts and effective warning systems. No University is storm proof, but meeting the StormReady criteria can help save lives.

 

 

Emergency Preparedness

 

Emergency Information Desk Reference

The Emergency Information Desk Reference contains emergency contact information and guides describing actions to take in response to various emergencies.  Staff and faculty should print the Emergency Information Desk Reference and keep a copy handy as a reference in case of an emergency.

 

Pirate Safety Guide

 

Hazard Specific Guides


  Hazardous Materials Related Emergencies:
 
Suspicious Package or Substance
  Hazardous Spills and Gas Leaks

  Health Related Emergencies:
  Medical Emergency

  Facilities Related Emergencies:  
  Fires
  Power Outages

  Physical Threat Related Emergencies:
  Basic Rules of Personal Safety
  Acts of Violence or Active Shooter
  Bomb Threat
  Crime in Progress

  Weather and Environmental Disaster Related Emergencies:
  Shelter-in-Place


Quick Reference Posters

Use the campus-specific quick reference posters to display emergency action procedures in your building.  Use the poster as a quick reference for appropriate emergency action procedures to take in response to an emergency.

East Campus
Health Sciences Campus
West Research Campus


Weather Resources

Preparedness is the key in dealing with any weather hazard.  The university sends National Weather Service issued tornado warnings via the ECU Alert system.  The ability to react appropriately to the warning means having a plan before the warning is issued. Click for more information about weather resources.

 

 

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