Faculty/Staff 911 Guide
What is the Faculty/Staff 911 Guide?
This resource was a collective effort between Enterprise Risk Management, Public Safety, Provost, Student Affairs, CAPS, and University Health Services. The Faculty/Staff 911 Guide was compiled to help faculty/staff identify and manage emergent and/or sensitive situations involving students or others. It provides:
- a comprehensive listing of resources available across all campuses (accessible to distance learning students as well);
- tips for identifying and talking to individuals who might need help; and
- immediate actions to take in case of emergency
Everyone on campus should have access to information that enables sound judgment and decisive actions when it counts the most. Our first response could be critical to the outcome.
Take some time to visit the links on the right of this page, and print any material that may be helpful to you if faced with one of these situations. Place the material inside the folder and keep it in an easily accessible location. Also, download the Bearcat Guardian app on your mobile device to access emergency contacts when you are on the go.
Since 2016, the original distribution of the Faculty/Staff 911 Guide, there have been a few important changes as outlined below:
- When calling 911, immediately tell dispatch you are on UC Campus.
- Disability Services is now known as Accessibility Resources.
- Diversity & Inclusion is now known as Equity & Inclusion.
- Judicial Affairs is now known as the Office of Student Conduct & Community Standards.
- Contact Blue Ash Student Life & Engagement at (513) 745-5773 for Multicultural Affairs and Veterans Student Services.
- Clermont Veteran Services can be reached at (513) 732-8964.
- All Title IX Reports, including those involving Faculty/Staff, should be reported to (513) 556-3349.
- Student of Concern Committee is now known as Crisis Assessment Referral Evaluation (CARE) Team and there is a new link to file a report. The Threat Assessment Team is not currently active so all incidents involving faculty/staff should be reported to UC Public Safety.
- Fire alarms are located “near” stairwells and main entrances, as opposed to “in” them.
- Emergency Communications will be deployed via Rave Alert, and no longer using Nixle, Facebook or Campus Safety Network. Sign up for safety notifications at UC Public Safety.
- Individuals with disabilities should seek a situation-appropriate shelter, as opposed to just a room with an exterior window, depending on the type of emergency.
The Faculty Staff 911 Guide is a physical folder distributed in 2016. Click to open a pdf version showing the revisions to the folder in 2017-2018. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, a free download available at: http://get.adobe.com/reader/.
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- Anonymous Reporting
- Dean of Students
- Equity & Inclusion
- Employee Assistance Program
- Environmental Health & Safety
- Equal Opportunity & Access
- Information Security
- International Programs
- Student Conduct and Community Standards
- Ombuds Office
- Provost Office
- Title IX
- University Health Services
- Women's Center