Being prepared is critical, especially when an emergency or disaster arises. Anticipating and planning for emergency response minimizes possible injuries and property damage during a campus wide emergency, and eases resumption of normal business activity. While Campus Safety is available 24/7 to respond to emergencies, being well informed is the first step in making sure you are safe and calm during emergencies.
UW Bothell Emergency Management's goal is to educate students, staff, and faculty about their ongoing role in preparing for emergencies through education and training. UW Bothell also coordinates with UW Emergency Management to provide direction and instructions about specific situations and actions to take during an emergency, such as evacuation or sheltering in place inside campus buildings. This information will be available via SMS messaging, social media platforms, and on the UW Bothell Emergency Page.
- Building Emergency Procedures and Resources
- Building Evacuations and Fire Drills
- Evacuation Map Information
- Evacuation maps are posted in the public hallways of buildings, usually near exits. These maps also show the locations of AEDs, first aid kits, pull stations, firs extinguishers, and evacuation assembly points. Building maps are currently being updated on the Bothell campus.
- UWB Fire Safety Evacuation Plans (FSEP): Contact UWB Emergency Preparedness to obtain a copy of your building-specific FSEP.
- Fire Extinguisher Online Training
- Fire Extinguisher Hands-On Training is available upon request via UWB Emergency Management.
- First Aid/CPR/AED training is available upon request via Campus Safety.
- Safety Tips for crime or violence, inclement weather, natural disaster, fire, hazardous spill, and more.
Emergency Response Teams and Training
Contact UW Bothell Emergency Preparedness, 425.352.3763