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The University of Wyoming Emergency Response Plan (ERP) addresses a multitude of potential issues and concerns the campus community may encounter during an emergency. This is a master plan that applies to all UW facilities and operations on the main campus as well as in the Laramie vicinity. (pdf link)
UW Alert is a text and voice messaging notification system designed to keep students, faculty and staff informed during emergencies. Sign up now.
Emergencies can occur at any time, without warning. Experience shows that a well-planned, coordinated response helps reduce injury and damage to property. This guide outlines specific emergency response actions you can take.
This page gives Take Action! Safety Procedures, as well as links for UW Alert, Text Tips, Weather & Road Conditions and other resources to help provide the highest levels of campus safety as possible. (UW web page)
A Building Emergency Action Plan (BEAP) is a procedural document which provides pre-planning guidelines and actions to be taken by University of Wyoming faculty, staff, students and visitors in the event of an emergency such as fire, explosion, severe weather, chemical releases, and all other emergencies.
Public access Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) are provided in many University buildings. This page provides information including: what an AED is, the benefits of using it, and how to become certified to use it properly. It also includes a link to a map of AEDs that are accessible to the UW campus public. (RMSO web page)
The University of Wyoming Police Department (UWPD) is the principal law enforcement agency serving the University of Wyoming. The UWPD operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and is responsible for law enforcement, public safety, building security, and traffic control within the university. (UW web page)
The consequences of hazardous materials spills should be considered before they happen. The purpose of this policy is to establish preparation guidelines for the event of a chemical, radioactive, or biohazardous spill, or a combination thereof. (pdf link)