Key Emergency Preparedness Resources
- On December 1st our Winter season begins, click [here] to be Winter Weather-READY
- Additional Spring Weather planning resources:
- Severe Weather Preparedness Resources
- See our recent enhancements to public safety located here
- Emergency Procedures Guide - 2017
- Find Your Building Emergency Plan (BEP) Here
- Demonstration Videos and Instructions for New Layers of Purdue-ALERT (click here to learn more about all of the Purdue-ALERT Layers)
- Get Ready, Get Set, Go! (PDF) (DOCX)
- A decision assistance tool designed for use by all campus populations in developing their situationally-specific individual emergency plans
- All-Hazards Awareness Training Opportunities:
- Live Presentation (For Current Students, Staff, & Faculty) Log-on to the Purdue Extended Campus link above to view & register for upcoming presentations.
- Online Presentation via WebCert log-on to WebCert with your career account to enroll in the following courses:
- All-Hazards Awareness Training Presentation
- Violent Behavior Policy Awareness Presentation
- On-Site training upon request. If you are unable to attend in person or online we're happy to come to your department. Please contact us directly:
- Special Event Emergency Planning Checklist (PDF) (DOC)
- A guideline for Student, Staff, and Faculty event organizers to follow while planning events on campus.
- Twitter Feed: @purdueemergency
- Fast Follow (for those without a Twitter account)
- Please note: after signing up using Fast Follow, you will immediately receive the last Purdue ALERT message previously sent, this will allow you to verify that you are receiving the correct Twitter Feed.
- Preparedness & Situational Awareness Corner
- Purdue YouTube Videos: Campus Safety with Purdue Pete
- Active Shooter & Violent Threat Preparedness Videos and Resources
- "The Coming Storm" The Coming Storm is a movie that dramatizes the aftermath of a campus shooting, weaving within the story the best practices and lessons learned from active shooter incidents that have occurred throughout the United States. View using YouTube [here], view from FBI website (transcript included) [here].
- "Run. Hide. Fight.®" YouTube Video Produced by the City of Houston Mayor’s Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security through a grant provided by a Department of Homeland Security Grant Funded Project of the Regional Catastrophic Planning Initiative, provides critical options for consideration to survive an active shooter event.
- "Run. Hide. Fight.®" Text Version.
- Department of Homeland Security Active Shooter web site…resources and tips on how to prepare for this type of horrific incident…learn more
- Ready: Whenever, Wherever—A public service campaign, from the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, which encourages Hoosiers to practice reasonable awareness and develop a plan for action in the event of an emergency
- Voluntary Registry for Persons Requesting Additional Assistance in the event of an emergency (PDF)
REMEMBER, WHEN YOU HEAR:
In both cases, you should solicit additional clarifying information by all possible means: Purdue Homepage, TV, radio, email, etc.
*Sound files are examples only. There are different types of fire alarms (bells, horns, voice messaging, etc.) and sounds may vary.
About Us: Emergency planning, and the Campus Emergency Preparedness and Planning Office are not new to Purdue University, the concept of emergency planning and preparedness has long been ingrained into the Purdue environment. This office is a part of Environmental Health and Public Safety, which includes the Purdue Police Department, Purdue Fire Department, and Radiological and Environmental Management. This office strives to:
- Ensure the "Purdue family" is prepared for emergencies.
- Provide strong and dedicated leadership to all areas of emergency preparedness.
- Establish communication channels that promote emergency preparedness.
- Establish an environment of continuous improvement.