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Welcome to the Emergency Preparedness website. Here you can find information on how to prepare for the unexpected, from floods to the flu.
We encourage you to look through this site and see all the resources available to you, but here is a list of the top three things to do to prepare yourself for an emergency:
Emergencies are not always major disasters; sometimes they're as small as catching the flu. Any event, big or small, that puts the functionality of the Dartmouth community in jeopardy is considered an emergency. Examples include any occasion that could:
The primary areas of focus include:
The College reviews its emergency management procedures on an ongoing basis. This involves refining processes designed to deal with various types of emergencies, monitoring developing events and issues and providing appropriate information in a rapidly changing environment. This web site is updated often and includes important information, updates, news, tips and training opportunities.
See Dartmouth's emergency procedures to know what to do and who to call in case of an emergency. Dartmouth has several resources available to to handle emergency situations, from floods to hostile intruders, and departments such as Environmental Health and Safety and Safety and Security are ready to help.
See our Emergency Resources page for links to maps and weather tools, as well as a listing of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) on campus.
Last Updated: 11/5/13