Emergency Management

Under the umbrella of the Division of Public Safety, Emergency Management is tasked with emergency management and business continuity.

Business Continuity

Business continuity planning will require the participation and support of all CWRU administrative, academic and research-oriented business units. These business units and academic colleges will be engaged in the plan development process by mapping out critical processes and prioritizing resumption and recovery activities in the aftermath of a crisis event.

Emergency Management

Emergencies can develop anywhere, anytime, without warning. They range from natural disasters to chemical spills to armed intruders.

Emergency Management aims to ensure students, faculty, staff and visitors are ready if or when a crisis develops on campus. We improve people's lives by taking a proactive approach to the four phases of emergency management:

  1. mitigation,
  2. preparedness,
  3. response and
  4. recovery.

Emergency reporting and emergency procedures are just the start.