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 Sheltering in Place

Dangerous situations require appropriate actions to prevent serious harm.  Here are some brief tips.  For more information, go the Shelter In Place page.

 Person in bad weather storm  Severe storms can create dangerous situations, often very quickly.  Seek shelter in doors and if flooding is a possibility, move above ground if possible.  If you are outdoors and cannot find shelter, do not stand under tall objects such as light poles or tall trees that can attract lightning.

Person with a gun  If a person with a weapon threatens to use it, people around him or her must react quickly. Running away as quickly as possible is the best option.  The next best option is to secure yourself in a room that can lock and cannot be easily entered.  Just remember to silence all electronic devices.  The last resort is to be prepared to fight back.  For more information on this topic, please visit the Shelter In Place page on this website and log into your portal and see the video "Guidance for Surviving an Active Shooter Situation." (The link is posted at the bottom of the page under "Student Resources" menu, or in the older portal under "Quick Links menu.)

 IMPORTANT:  Make sure your emergency information is up to date so that you can receive emergency text and email notifications.

 
WANT A CAREER IN HELPING OTHERS?

The Red Cross is an internationally recognized relief agency.  Watch this video to see the tremendous work they do, as seen in the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. 8 minutes long and worth every minute -- great video to show students who want to work for relief agencies, too.

EARTHQUAKES!

FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK! www.facebook.com/prepareCSUF

EMERGENCY NOTIFICATIONS have been recognized as a vital part of keeping the campus community abreast of emergency events.  Make sure you look at your information (especially email and phone information) and keep it up to date.

Events that remind us to prepare:

What Hurricane Sandy has taught us.

I AM A DISASTER SERVICE WORKER!  And so are YOU!

Workers receiving assignments

Watch this video to learn what it means to be a Disaster Service Worker (ALL state employees are!) and what you may be called upon to do during a disaster.

GAS PIPELINE INFORMATION:  See this document from the Gas Company regarding Gas Pipeline Safety.

HOMELAND SECURITY INFORMATION

The Department of Homeland Security has developed a National Terrorism Advisory System to effectively communicate information about terrorist threats. 

Click HERE to go to their site that lists the current national threat level.Here are some tips for your response to these levels at CSUF.


This site has been updated with lots of information to help us prepare for any disaster.  There is still much to be completed, but if you don't see something you need, please contact the Emergency Management Coordinator. Thanks!