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Participating in trainings offered by the Office of Emergency Management enhance the resilience of the campus community. These trainings offer valuable knowledge and tools to help you and your colleagues prepare for emergencies. Topics covered include emergency response procedures, evacuation plans, communication protocols, and CPR compressions. These trainings equip you with the skills to identify potential hazards and risks, develop effective emergency plans, and respond to emergencies in a coordinated and effective manner.

Our trainings are practical and hands-on, allowing you to practice emergency scenarios in a safe and controlled environment. This builds your confidence and familiarity with emergency procedures, reducing the possibility of panic and confusion during a real emergency.

By attending our trainings and creating a more resilient campus, you contribute to a safer and more secure learning and working environment while become better equipped to handle emergencies and disasters, whether on or off campus.

Trainings we Offer

  • Take10 Compression-only CPR/AED Training
    • TAKE10 stands for “Take 10 minutes to learn compression-only CPR.” It is community-based and peer-taught CPR training that is simple, fast and FREE. Learners gain skill by practicing giving compressions and the confidence to act in an emergency and is open to student, staff, and faculty. A certificate of participation will be provided, however, this is not a substitute for the "card" or "certificate card" that is earned through longer courses. Please contact UT Health Services Training or the UT School of Nursing or other providers if you need to complete/acquire that level of training.
  • Emergency Preparedness Training
    • Our Emergency preparedness training involves educating individuals on how to respond and react to various emergency situations, such as natural disasters, fires, and active shooter situations. This training is essential to ensure the safety and well-being of students, staff, and faculty, and typically covers topics such as emergency response plans, evacuation procedures, and communication protocols. This training is designed to help to mitigate the impact of potential emergencies and protect the overall health and safety of the campus community.
  • Building Emergency Management Team Training
    • Building emergency management team training involves preparing and educating the designated team responsible for facilitating emergency response procedures within a building. The team typically includes a Building Emergency Manager, Communications Coordinator, and Floor Managers. The training focuses on preparing the dedicated building team members to effectively respond to emergency situations by implementing emergency response plans, managing communication protocols, and providing direction to building occupants. By providing the building emergency management team training, organizations can ensure the safety and well-being of their occupants and minimize the impact of potential emergencies.

Fill out the Form below to request one of the 3 trainings our office has to offer.

Training Request Form