Emergency Response-Environmental Health & Safety - Carnegie Mellon University

Emergency Response

Carnegie Mellon University’s Emergency Operations Program is designed to maximize human safety and preserve property, minimize danger, restore normal operations of the university, and assure responsive communication to all appropriate parties. This Program is also intended to ensure compliance with applicable local, state, and federal regulations and cooperation with relevant public bodies charged with disaster control.

Within this program are safety advisories for the general campus, the university’s formal Emergency Operations Plan, the emergency communication system, the locations of all emergency telephones and Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs), and information for Floor Marshals.

The Emergency Operations Plan may be activated in the event of local, regional, or national emergencies. It applies to all units of the university and provides the basic framework for critical incident preparedness.

Carnegie Mellon University's Emergency Operation Plan - only executive level responders are authorized to view these pages. If you are part of the Emergency Operations Plan and believe you should have access, please contact the Env. Health and Safety Office at (412) 268-8182.

If files are inaccessible through Fusion or Box, older versions of the EOP may be accessed through ALERT.

Emergency Operations Plan (EOP)

This emergency alert system notifies the university community when there's a significant campus emergency or weather event.

See this document for step-by-step instructions

CMU Alert

Environmental Health & Safety
Facilities Managment Services
University Police

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