Building Structural Damage

Building will be restricted and notifications will be delivered via building coordinators, campus voice mail, campus e-mail, and/or text message depending upon the severity of the situation.

IMMEDIATE ACTION

Call campus police 6789 or campus operations 6362.

DO

Leave the building if you can. Call 6789 if others are still trapped. Free others if you can without endangering yourself or them.



DON’T

DO NOT touch power lines or wiring. Gas utilities may be damaged and extremely dangerous. DO NOT enter a damaged building.



In the event of an earthquake, be aware that travel routes in the immediate area may be blocked, damaged, or unavailable, requiring faculty, staff, and students to remain confined to campus temporarily. Wait for campus evacuation instructions.

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