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HURRICANE SEASON HAS ARRIVED

Hurricane season  officially began on June 1 and will run until November 1. Each year there is a chance that a major hurricane will impact New Jersey directly. If such a storm were to strike our area, lives would be endangered and major damage would occur to our communities and infrastructure due to high winds, […] . . . → Read More: HURRICANE SEASON HAS ARRIVED

THUNDERSTORMS AND LIGHTNING

The peak season for thunderstorms and lightning is approaching. The National Weather Service estimates that 100,000 thunderstorms and 25 million lightning strikes occur in the United States each year. An average of 62 people are killed by lightning each year in the United States. This equals the amount of persons killed annually by tornadoes. For […] . . . → Read More: THUNDERSTORMS AND LIGHTNING

“At Risk” Online Tutorial

“At Risk” is a new practice simulation to help you become comfortable identifying, assisting, and referring to our counseling center students in psychological distress. This course will assist you in learning and/or reviewing basic strategies for identifying, approaching, and referring students who experience mental distress, and becoming better prepared to act if you notice a student […] . . . → Read More: “At Risk” Online Tutorial

FAMILY DISASTER PREPAREDNESS

The impact of Hurricane Sandy on members of the SHU community and their families varied widely depending on location and circumstances.  However, the experience of Sandy has reaffirmed to all  the importance of individual and family emergency preparedness: Be prepared to shelter-in-place or to evacuate (both at home and at your workplace).  Have a disaster supply […] . . . → Read More: FAMILY DISASTER PREPAREDNESS

PirateAlert!

The PirateAlert Emergency Notification System is Seton Hall University’s primary means of informing our community of hazards and providing emergency instructions.  It is also used to notify you of weather related University closings and delayed openings. Seton Hall contracts with RAVE Mobile Safety to provide the PirateAlert System.  This system is easy for you to […] . . . → Read More: PirateAlert!

TERRORISM INDICATORS

Terrorist groups often initiate attacks during the anniversaries of significant events.  This month is the anniversary of the death of Osama Bin Laden.  Though no information has been announced that a strike within the United States is imminent, the potential for terrorism remains.  To help improve our ability to detect possible terrorist threats against our communities, CODE BLUE would like […] . . . → Read More: TERRORISM INDICATORS

RESPONSE TO ACTIVE SHOOTERS

Since the events at Columbine High School and Virginia Tech, the response to the threat of an active shooter has become a critical emergency preparedness issue.  Members of the University community should be aware of the threat and be familiar with procedures that can help them survive an active shooter event.  You may be alerted to the […] . . . → Read More: RESPONSE TO ACTIVE SHOOTERS

CRIME PREVENTION AND PERSONAL SAFETY TIPS

The University campus and neighboring areas are not immune to crime.  Property crime is the most common, but serious crimes against persons do occur.  Individuals can take steps to reduce their vulnerability:  Maintain situational awareness Pay attention to the behavior and actions of people and the circumstances around you. Be alert for danger signals (for […] . . . → Read More: CRIME PREVENTION AND PERSONAL SAFETY TIPS