Every Husky needs an emergency plan and the Office of Emergency Management is the best place to start. We are here to help you with emergency preparedness, response and recovery and provide emergency training for students, faculty and staff across the University.
We are dedicated to emergency preparedness and education for every member of the UConn community, including parents and community partners. Learn about how to create your emergency plan.
The National Terrorism Advisory System effectively informs you about terrorist threats – providing timely, detailed information to the public, government agencies, first responders, airports and other transportation hubs, and the private sector.
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Emergency Hazard Guide
Where will you go if you have to evacuate campus? Do you know at least two fire exits? Do you have a safe meeting place? Just attempting to answer these questions can be overwhelming. Our hazard guides remove guesswork and get you prepared for different types of emergencies.
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It is never too soon to have an emergency plan, but it can be too late. Don’t wait. Preparing an emergency kit, identifying safe shelter, knowing how to evacuate, and making sure you receive emergency alerts are a good start. And we are here to help.