- March 2013 CERT REVIEWER is now available. Check out the Tech Tips for Emergency Preparedness.
- March 2013 BSSR INFORMER is now available. Check out information on the UGAAlert Test Results.
- January 2013 READINESS RULES is now available. Check out information on Severe Weather Awareness Week.
- UGAAlertDesktop Alerting
- Get Ready On-the-Go, an app for real time weather and hazards alerts for your location
An active shooter is defined as an armed person who has used deadly force on people and continues to do so while having unrestricted access to additional victims. Active shooter situations can occur anywhere, even on college and university campuses. A link to an Active Shooter video is provided below.
The “Plan, Prepare, React: Active Shooter Response Options for Students, Faculty and Staff” is a training program developed for the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia by the University of Georgia and by several other University System of Georgia institutions. The Plan, Prepare, React training program's intended audience is students, staff and faculty associated with the State of Georgia's 35 colleges and universities. This comprehensive training program includes a ten-minute video, a PowerPoint presentation, a training activity and resource materials.
The phone number reflected on your caller ID for voice phone calls will be 706-542-0111. You should program this number into your phone so it will immediately be recognized as an urgent call. The phone number 23177 will show up in your caller ID for sms text messages from UGAAlert.
The University of Georgia encourages all students, faculty and staff to update their emergency contact number(s) in UGAAlert, the University’s primary emergency notification system.
To view a one-minute, 50's style, Public Service Announcement for UGAAlert, click on "Be UGAAlert Video" below. Video was produced by Mark Jordan with UGA Enterprise Information Technology Services.
For UGAAlert FAQs, click here.
Take a 10 question survey to find out how prepared you are for emergencies.
The University of Georgia takes an “all hazards” approach to planning for various types of emergencies (natural disasters, chemical spills, shootings, etc.) that could impact the campus. read more...
OSEP News Listserv provides timely campus emergency planning and preparedness issues. OSEP's departmental "Readiness Rules" bulletin is distributed via this listserv.