Responsible for protecting the lives of every person on campus.
These courses will also provide the skills you might need to assist in any community disaster relief operation, whether in your neighborhood or for a community agency. There are three training paths offered to help you complete the basic training needed to serve in a specific area with Red Cross disaster services
Want to know the conditions on campus during an emergency, check out the Emergency Conditions website.
Do you know what to do in an emergency? Do you know what to do if there was an Earthquake, Fire or some other emergency on campus? The campus emergency preparedness page has the information to prepare your self for an emergency.
You can also download a PDF flyer to post in your workspace to keep you informed.
HSU wants to protect its greatest asset: YOU. But we need your help. To receive real-time text messages to alert you of an emergency condition on or near the HSU campus, you must opt-in to HSU’s Emergency Text Messaging System through WebReg. To learn more about this great service download the informational flyer and sign up now.
When preparing for a possible emergency situation, it's best to think first about the basics of survival: fresh water, food, clean air and warmth. The following website will help you make one to keep in your office, dorm room and/or home!
The campus community, including your students, friends, and colleagues, need your help! When the next big earthquake strikes the North Coast, our local fire department rescue personnel will be stretched too thin to provide Humboldt State all the help we will need. We must become more self-reliant on campus by training and equipping selected members of our own staff, faculty & students to create our own on-campus emergency response teams. Please consider volunteering to become a member of the HSU Campus Emergency Response Team (CERTs), to learn more check out the CERT page and download the participant application form.
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