Carnegie Mellon University

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The safety and well-being of every individual in the Carnegie Mellon University family is a top priority for the university. The university’s Emergency Preparedness and Response plans and resources have been implemented to:

  • Preserve life and safety of students, faculty and staff

  • Provide concept of operations and direction, control, and coordination of resources needed for incident or event stabilization

  • Protect University property, the community, and the environment

  • Manage communications and information regarding incident and event response operations and safety

  • Provide and analyze information to support decision-making and action plans

To get more information about Emergency Preparedness and Response, the CMUSafe Ambassador Program or your Emergency Action Plan, contact DRBC Services at

Rave Guardian: Your Virtual Buddy System

See Something. Say Something. Find out more about the CMUSafe initiative

Find the closest Emergency Phone, AED or Stop The Bleed Kit

Emergency Preparedness and Response Exercises