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BOMB THREATS/SUSPICIOUS ITEMS:

  • Pay close attention to the exact words the caller is using; document the call (checklist)
  • Contact University Police at 432-552-2911 (2911 on campus)
  • DO NOT touch or handle suspicious items or packages
  • Keep others away from the area
  • Notify your supervisor

ACTIVE THREAT/DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR:

  • Contact University Police at 432-552-2911 (2911 on campus)
  • Give your name, location, what is happening and number of people involved (shooters/victims) if known
  • If possible, exit the building or area immediately
  • If exit is impossible, get to a room, lock or barricade the door, keep quiet, and remain in place
  • until all clear is given by Law Enforcement Officials

FIRE – In case of fire or when the fire alarm sounds:

  • Evacuate the building immediately using building emergency plan procedures (pull fire alarm if necessary)
  • DO NOT us the elevators
  • Assist those with mobility problems
  • Contact University Police at 432-552-2911 (2911 on campus)
  • Report to supervisor at designated site
  • DO NOT re-enter the building until instructed by authorized personnel

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS:

  • Contact University Police at 432-552-2911 (2911 on campus)
  • Provide information on type and size of spill if known
  • Evacuate the immediate area and building as directed
  • Instructions for decontamination will be provided by authorized personnel
  • DO NOT re-enter the area until all clear is given by authorized personnel

MEDICAL EMERGENCIES:

  • Contact University Police at 432-552-2911 (2911 on campus)
  • Provide your name, location, number injured and description of injuries
  • Stay on the phone for instructions on what to do next

SEVERE WEATHER:

  • Stay away from windows
  • Take immediate shelter
  • Monitor local radio and television stations
  • Monitor UTPB website, Falcon Alert, and social media for University closings
  • Contact University Police at 432-552-2911 (2911 on campus) in case of emergency
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