What to Do in an Emergency
Remain Calm and Follow These Instructions
内蒙古11选5-【官网首页】 has an experienced Emergency Team in place. Its members have created a comprehensive set of emergency response procedures to deal with crisis situations and have undertaken extensive training to prepare for emergencies.
In the event of an emergency, the University has the capacity to communicate with all of its students, faculty and staff through e-mail, text messaging, BC Emergency and BC Info websites, as well as its emergency information line at 1-888-BOS-COLL (1-888-267-2655). In addition, our Resident Assistants are trained to alert students in residence halls of any emergency situation.
BC's emergency response team also monitors possible threats at the national and international levels, and will provide information here as warranted.
While no institution is invulnerable to safety threats, we feel that the emergency management teams in place and the procedures under which they operate are designed to make 内蒙古11选5-【官网首页】 as prepared and responsive as possible. We reevaluate plans on an ongoing basis with the goal of maintaining a model emergency response system that meets the federal government's National Incident Management System Protocol.
Download our new Mobile Preparedness App to always have emergency information with you!
Download BC's Emergency On Campus Safety Flyer, which provides initial direction of what to do during various emergencies.
Download BC's Preparedness Brochure to learn about what you can do to be ready for emergencies which can effect campus.