Quick reference guides for Staff, Faculty and Students. These guides provide a snapshot for how to prepare for a variety of hazards.
Employee Preparedness Guide
This guide focuses on general preparedness and response for all employees of Pacific University.
Faculty Preparedness Guide [COMING SOON]
This guide is specific to faculty members and includes additional information for classroom safety and information sharing amongst students in attendance.
Student Preparedness Guided [COMING SOON]
This guide is for students (commuters and those in residence halls) and focuses on general preparedness and response while on campus.
Personal Preparedness Supplement
Provides additional resources, links and insight into how to build resiliency in the face of disaster.
Click on the images and/or links below to learn more about weather related impacts.
Click on the images below to learn more about other natural hazards that could impact our area.
Technological and Man-made Disasters
Click on the images below to learn more about other human caused hazards.
Cyber attacks are malicious attempts to access or damage a computer or network system. Cyber attacks can lead to the loss of money or the theft of personal, financial and medical information.
These threats often occur in confined spaces like offices and classrooms but may also occur at outdoor gatherings. Although sometimes scary or hard to talk about, it is important to prepare and train for these events.
Peaceful protest and rallies can sometimes escalate into contentious and potentially dangerous situations.
Always assume a bomb threat is real. Often intended to cause disruption to business or academic schedules these threats should be responded to immediately.
Hazardous materials can include explosives, flammable and combustible substances, poisons and radioactive materials. Emergencies can happen during production, storage, transportation, use or disposal. You are at risk when chemicals are used unsafely or released in harmful amounts where you live, work or play.
Infrastructure like power, water, gas, etc. can fail. It is important to know how to adapt until services can be restored.