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Emergency Preparedness Resources

Building Manager Program

Need content for what the Building Manager Program is, who is eligible to volunteer and who should be contacted if someone is interested in being a building manager.

Current Weather Conditions

Take a look at the current weather conditions.
You can also download the app (for apple and android) to add your campus weather station for conditions and alerts.

AED Information

What is an AED and how do I use it?
Where are the AEDs located in my building? Check the map!
Each AED cabinet also contains a bleeding control kit.

Available Safety Trainings
Emergency Action Plan Training
We offer a 1-hour training course that explains our Emergency Action Plan and dives into proactive steps you can take to enhance your safety while on campus. To request training, email us.
Stop The Bleed Training

We offer a 1½-hour training course to empower you to know what to do should you find yourself in a situation where a person needs first aid for bleed control. Bleed Control Kits are located in every UNG building’s AED cabinet. To request training, email us.

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CPR and AED Training

We offer American Heart Association-accredited CPR and AED training to teach you how to effectively perform CPR on a person and how to deploy an Automatic Electronic Defibrillator (AED). Every UNG building is equipped with an AED with an LCD screen that shows you how to operate the device. I encourage you to take a look at this device and make yourself aware of the location within the buildings you frequent most. The locations of these devices are in the main or prominent entrance to the building. To request training, email us.

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R.A.D. (Self Defense)

Rape Aggression Defense Systems or R.A.D. is a self-defense program we provide to all campuses that teach techniques for self-defense. The course includes lecture, discussion and self-defense techniques suitable for women of all ages and abilities. To request training, email us.

Storm Ready University

UNG has the distinct privilege to call ourselves a Storm Ready University with the National Weather Service, which means that we have a 24/7 monitoring facility that will notify you of impending danger from severe weather such as a tornado.

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