Enterprise Risk Management
Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is a department in the Division of Operations, and is led by Melanie Lucht, Associate Vice President and Chief Risk Officer. The role of ERM is to provide the governance, framework, and guidance to assist and support campus leadership and stakeholders in identifying events that have the potential to impact the CMU community both positively and negatively, and to manage risks associated with those events.
The goals are to support organizational resiliency with a risk conscious culture that aligns to the strategic mission and values of the university. This is achieved by enabling the understanding of actual risks and their criticality through the development of effective and efficient mitigation planning, and the proactive identification and management of emerging risks to prevent future issues.
emergency notification system
CMU-Alert, Carnegie Mellon University’s emergency notification system, has transitioned to a new service provider, which will no longer require subscribers to opt-in.
As of July 1, faculty and staff will automatically receive CMU-Alert messages to their email, office phone and personal phone numbers listed in Workday. Students will continue to automatically receive CMU-Alert messages to their email and personal phone numbers listed in the Student Information Online (SIO) system.
We ask students to make sure their contact information is accurate in the SIO system. We ask faculty and staff to make sure their contact information is accurate in Workday by using this guide. Please note that faculty and staff wishing to receive text alerts must identify their cell phone number as a mobile device in the drop-down menu.
While discouraged, faculty and staff will have the ability to opt-out of receiving emergency alerts to their mobile and/or other personal phone numbers by following this guide: Unsubscribe from CMU-Alert in Workday Quick Guide [pdf]. Students will continue to have the ability to opt-out via the SIO’s “Edit CMU-Alert Emergency Notifications” link.
CMU-Alert email messages will come from CMU-Alert@andrew.cmu.edu. CMU-Alert voice notifications will come from 412-268-2578 (ALRT). Please add this information as a contact on your mobile device to avoid confusion and concerns with spam communications.
If you have any questions regarding this information, please contact email@example.com.
Thank you for your attention and for ensuring that your contact information in the SIO system or Workday is accurate.