How would you respond if violence erupted?
The UAB Police Department is providing free training for employees and students to help them respond and remain safe during an active shooter or violent intruder event.Severe weather and complacency don’t mix; be preparedThere’s been a string of large, deadly tornadoes impacting the United States in recent years, and UAB researchers say benefits of preparation trump previous false alarms.SPECIAL ALERT: UAB TO CONDUCT EMERGENCY DRILL JUNE 7UAB to conduct emergency drill June 7B-ALERT prepared employees, students for deadly Jan. 23 tornado
On Jan. 23, B-ALERT — UAB’s emergency notification system —reached 40,000 employees and students to warn them of tornadoes in the area.9/11 brings changes to state’s disaster preparedness plans
UAB medical professionals who were in New York on 9/11 when the World Trade Center was attacked remember that day and the lessons learned.Plan: Ensure your family is prepared in any emergency
April 27 was a reminder disasters can happen any time and any where. Take steps to make sure your family is prepared.UAB P.D. to enforce city’s ban on textingUAB employees and students should not text while driving, says UAB Chief of Police Anthony Purcell. He says the UAB Police Department can and will enforce the measure passed by the Birmingham City Council.
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