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The CSUMB emergency management program is based on the premise that well prepared community members become resources rather than victims in an emergency. To develop those “resources” the EMHS Division provides a variety of public awareness and public education opportunities throughout the year. The annual Emergency Preparedness Fair held in September to mark National Emergency Preparedness Month provides access to information and resources from state, local, and campus agencies and non-profits. The CSUMB Neighborhood Emergency Assistance Team (NEAT) program helps organize and educate local neighborhoods on ways to be prepared and to assist neighbors in the event of an emergency. The Otter Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) provides interested community members with federally supported training, equipment, and other resources to support the greater community and first-responders in their response and recovery efforts. EMHS staff also provides periodic presentations to campus community groups on a variety of emergency preparedness subjects and coordinates ongoing first aid/CPR/AED training for Otter community members. For more information on Public Awareness and Education programs follow the links provided or contact the EMHS office.
The American Red Cross provides brochures, information and pamphlets on emergency, planning and preparedness.
The California Governor's Office of Emergency Services has provided brochures on Earthquake Preparedness.
San Francisco's Emergency Services Site- Are you prepared?
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POLICE, FIRE, MEDICAL
EMERGENCIES CALL: 9-1-1
UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT
831-655-0268 (non-emergency 24-hrs.)
EMERGENCY UPDATE PHONE LINE