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Each of us has a role in Emergency Preparedness
To receive U of A Alerts text messages
on your mobile device, you must
provide your mobile device
number. You can enter it directly
in Bear Tracks.
Sign up now!
Learn more at
www. emergencies, ualberta. ca
In the event of a serious emergency at the U of A,
Campus Security Services will use numerous
communications methods to alert staff, students
and visitors. The notification system is called
"U of A Alerts." In addition to familiar methods
such as building alarms and special updates
on the U of A website, U of A Alerts will send
emergency messages to your U of A email
address. U of A Alerts also offers you the choice
of adding your mobile phone number in order to
receive alerts by text message.
• Become familiar with the evacuation routes
in the places where you work and study.
• Have an emergency plan specific to your work
and study area.
• Follow the instructions of University Safety
Officials and City of Edmonton Emergency
• Know where to get preparedness information
before an emergency happens: go to
tvww. emergencies, ualberta.ca.
Risk Management Services is:
Campus Security Services, Office of Emergency Management, Environmental Health & Safety,
Insurance and Risk Assessment, Resource Planning, Policy Standards Office.
Risk Management Services tel: 780 248-1147 | email firstname.lastname@example.org | www.uofaweb.ualberta.ca/rms/
Sgt. Nicohl Bullock of Campus Security
Services is one of the duty officers
authorized to issue notifications
during major emergencies.
Within a matter of minutes Nicohl
can send a notification to tens of
thousands of University of Alberta
students and staff.
In an emergency
I'll text you