General Emergency Procedures

  • Always assess if anyone is injured and the severity of injuries. Immediately call 6789 or 911.
  • Provide traffic control assistance to enable emergency vehicles to respond.
  • Never speculate about the circumstances of an emergency.
  • Follow directions given by law enforcement or emergency response personnel.
  • Remain calm, keep each other informed as much as possible, reassure others.
  • Do not speak to the media; direct them to campus police or the media relations contact.

Emergency Phone Numbers

Campus police (also fire, EMT, and HazMat)

6789 or 911

                  Campus Operations (utility failures)

6362 (during normal business hours)

Information Resources

Voicemail (recorded announcement): 317.955.6600
Related web pages: www.marian.edu

News and weather information

National Weather Service www.nws.noaa.gov
WISH CBS 8 www.wishtv.com
WRTV ABC 6 www.theindychannel.com
WTHR NBC 13 www.wthr.com
WXIN FOX 59 www.fox59.com
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