A tornado warning is issued for specific areas when a tornado has actually been sited or has been indicated on Doppler radar.
Threatening individual who is on campus (and/or in a University building) that has threatened or has actually caused an act of violence on campus against a member(s) of the University community. This includes individuals who committed an act of violence off-campus and who may now be on campus or may be headed towards the campuses (and/or clinics operated by the University). If notified of a Hostile Intruder in your area take the following protective measures.
“Figure Out” the situation, what is going on?
“Get Out” If you determine that you can get out to a safer area. Leave your belongings behind. The best way to survive an active shooter situation is not to be where the shooter is and not to go where he can see you.
“Call Out” Call 9-1-1 and give description of shooter, location, number and type of weapons.
“Hide Out” If you can’t get out, then you must find a place to hide out.
“Keep Out” Hide in a room that can be locked with objects to hide behind. Block the door with heavy furniture.
“Spread Out” DO NOT huddle together. Quietly talk about what to do if the shooter enters. Remain Calm.
”Take Out” If you determine there is no other option than to take out the shooter, then be prepared to do whatever is necessary to neutralize the threat.
Environmental Hazard (Train Derailment or Other Chemical Release outdoors):
Chemical, biological, or radiological contaminants may be released accidentally or intentionally into the outdoor environment. The important thing is for you to follow instructions of University authorities and know what to do if they advise you to shelter-in-place. “Shelter in place” means to make a shelter out of the indoor place you are currently located or to seek a safe indoor place if you are outside. Follow these guidelines to Shelter-in-Place.