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Communications to employees, students and the University community before and during an emergency will be coordinated by Public Affairs. Communication outlets will include:
Web page information updated on a regular and timely basis
Email – distribution to various lists
Radio and Television – Mountain FM (107.1 FM) and other stations for public service announcements.
EMERGENCY FIRST AID PROCEDURES
1- ENSURE ACCIDENT SCENE IS SAFE – no further danger to injured person or self.
2- DO NOT MOVE PATIENT – unless there is a high risk of further injury or death. Keep calm and do not leave patient unattended.
3- Call SECURITY at 604.389.8086 IMMEDIATELY – report exact location of patient and nature of injuries.
4- If life-threatening condition is suspected, contact 9-1-1 first and then inform QUEST SECURITY.
5- BE PREPARED TO ASSIST – when directed by the first aid attendant.
SEVERE WEATHER CONDITIONS
IF AT QUEST – an announcement will be made from the President’s Office regarding University closure due to severe weather conditions.
IF AT HOME – Listen to radio broadcasts (FM 107.1 Mountain FM) or contact 604-898-8000 for updates. Depending on the area of residence, road conditions may be unsafe and in some cases, roads closed.
Pay attention to police and highway department radio announcements. Website will also be updated.