Alert is the University’s emergency messaging system that allows university
officials to quickly communicate
health and safety-related
emergency information through a combination of various methods including text messages and emails.
In the event of a major utility failure occurring during
regular working hours IMMEDIATELY
notify the Physical
Plant at 814-472-3017. If there is a potential
danger to occupants,
if the utility
weekends or holidays, notify Campus Police at 814-472-3360.
serious injury or illness occurs on campus, dial 911 IMMEDIATELY. Give your
name; describe the nature and
severity of the medical problem and the campus location of the victim.
911, provide first aid care (only trained
personnel should provide
first aid care such as first aid and CPR).
should have a person trained
in the first aid and CPR. Training
is available through
the Student Health Center.
NOT get involved with trying
to prevent a n y crime unless it is self
defense. Everyone is asked to assist in
making the campus a safe place by being alert to suspicious situations and reporting them promptly.
Campus Police at 814-472-3360 as soon as possible and report the incident ,
including the following information:
you observe a criminal act or suspicious person, immediately notify Campus
Police and report the incident.
Assist the officers when they arrive by supplying them with all additional
information and ask others to
If you observe
a suspicious object
or potential bomb on campus DO NOT HANDLE
THE OBJEC T!!!!
Clear the area immediately and
call Campus Police at ext. 3360.
If receiving a bomb threat over the phone ask the
caller the following questions:
Talk to the
caller as long as possible and record the following information:
notify Campus Police at 472-3360 or 911 of the
Police officers will conduct a detailed bomb search. Employees are requested to
make an inspection of their area for
a suspicious objects and to report the location to Campus Police. DO NOT TOUCH THE OBJECT. Do not open drawers, cabinets
or turn lights on or off.
In any fire emergency contact Campus Police at 814-472-3360 or
ext. 3360 from University phones.
you become trapped in a building during a fire and a window is available place
an article of clothing outside the window as a marker for rescue workers.
If there is a telephone
in the room, attempt to call 911 and alert them of your emergency situation. If there is
not a window stay near the floor
where the air is less toxic.
Today we have the capability to predict with more accuracy than ever dangerous tornadoes, hurricanes, winter storms and floods. We also know areas that are prone to earthquakes and wildfires. The likelihood of some of these things happening in our area are slim, but below
are tips that could prevent serious injury.
must be alert for:
During an active threat
on campus, all individuals are solely responsible for their own safety. In response to an active threat on the Saint Francis
University campus, the University Police will implement any and all means necessary to stop the threat.
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