U Heads Up!

THIS IS NOT A DRILL

Why you need to know how to evacuate, shelter in place and secure in place to better prepare for an emergency situation on campus.


Shake down

Department of Public Safety wants everyone to practice earthquake preparedness on April 19 at 10:15 a.m. during the Great Utah ShakeOut.


10 THINGS TO DO WHEN YOU GET TO CAMPUS

Tips for making the most of your first week on campus.


SAFETY FIRST

The Department of Public Safety provides six tips on keeping yourself safe in case of an emergency.


Safe & Sound

SECURE IN PLACE ANNOUNCEMENT It is possible that during your time at the University of Utah, you may receive a campus alert instructing you to secure in place. You should secure in place during violence, threat of violence, when an active assailant has been reported or is nearby, or otherwise when instructed to do so […]


Safe & Sound

SUSPICIOUS PACKAGES Do not move, open, cover or investigate any package you receive that is unexpected or unknown with any combination of the following characteristics: Foreign mail, air mail or special delivery Restrictive markings such as confidential or personal,etc. Excessive postage Handwritten, poorly typed address Incorrect titles Titles but no names Misspelling of common words […]


GIVING U A HEADS UP

From the desk of Emergency Management: ShakeOut update and U Heads Up! app.


CAMPUS ALERT TEST

The university will be conducting a test of the Emergency Alert System and related processes on Oct. 21 at 10:15 a.m.