Emergency Management

Welcome to Western Washingtons University's emergency management website. We are actively working to improve the campus community's safety and disaster resilience through developing and implementing programs that promote disaster planning, training, mitigation, response, prevention, and recovery for all-hazards.

In the event of a campus emergency, please visit Western's Safety and Emergency Information Webpage.

For Emergency Assistance call University Police at 360-650-3911.


Emergency Training and Planning

Upcoming Events:

On Campus Trainings


Information

Western's Emergency Response Guide

Sign up for Western Alert

Frequently Asked Questions about Emergencies and Preparedness

Whatcom Unified Emergency Management

Emergency Evacuation Guideline for Persons With Disabilities

Major Diaster Assembly Areas


Get involved in the Bellingham Community:

Whatcom County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)

CERT Basic Training

April 12 – May 5, 2018

6:00 – 9:00pm, 4 class sessions of 3 hours, weekly on Thursday

at Whatcom Unified Emergency Coordination Center

3888 Sound Way, Bellingham

Google map link: https://goo.gl/O9kf1Q

And 1:00 – 4:00pm, 4 class sessions of 3 hours, weekly on Saturday

Bellingham Fire Department, Station 31

752 Marine Drive, Bellingham

Google map link: https://goo.gl/maps/K3MMiy6H3AS2

Click on link above to register


Upcoming classes:

The Volunteer Center of Whatcom County


Emergency Planning:

Western's Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan 2013

Emergency Preparedness - Department and Personal

Major Disaster Meeting Locations at Western

Emergency Plans, are you Prepared?

What to Do if a Shooting Incident Occurs

First Aid Kits


Building Coordinators, Floor Wardens, and Crowd Managers:

Building Coordinator & Floor Warden Training Video

Building/Department Assembly Points

Evacuation Assistance Locations and Areas of Refuge Clarification

Building Emergency Coordinators

 

 

 

 

Page Updated 03.28.2018