For imminent or life-threatening situations, call 911. For all other situations, call Campus Security at 403.220.5333.
Acts or Threats of Violence
The threat of violence and acts of violence can pose risks to individuals and the institution.
The possibility of an active assailant on campus is extremely remote but there are things you should consider for your personal safety.
Receipt of a bomb threat is usually by telephone. While a threat may be received by mail or email, it is very uncommon.
An evacuation order may be required for a variety of reasons. In most situations an evacuation signal will come in the form of the building fire alarm system.
Fire and Explosions
Fire response procedures are designed to protect the health and safety of employees, students, and the public.
Hazardous Materials Spill
Special procedures are required for the the spill of hazardous materials, radioactive materials, and environmental release.
Understand how to prepare yourself and your family for a pandemic influenza in Alberta.
Natural hazards, such as tornadoes and severe windstorms represent an uncontrollable risk that can have a devastating effect on life and property.
Shelter in Place
The purpose of the shelter in place procedure is to ensure that all building occupants are able to relocate to a safe area within the building without delay in the event of dangerous incidents.
Download UC Emergency Mobile
UC Emergency Mobile delivers alerts and updates that can save lives and prevent injury. The app is one part of the university's emergency management plan and a big part of creating a safe and healthy living and learning environment for everyone on campus.