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Environmental Health, Safety and Risk Management
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Resources

Being prepared for an emergency is half the battle. In this section, you can find resources to help you become more aware, prepared and engaged in helping others get ready for emergencies. We also urge you to get involved with a local response agency, such as the American Red Cross, Concho Valley Community Emergency Response Team, Baptist Men Specialty Feeding Unit, your local volunteer fire department or one of many others.

Campus Community

Building Managers

ASU AlertASU Alert

Sign up for ASUAlert, the communication system that allows the university to send out time-sensitive emergency notifications to students, faculty and staff via voice messages, text messages and ASU e-mail.

Shots Firedshots fired video

To view the Shots Fired video, log in to RamPort and select “Shots Fired on Campus Training Video” in the Campus Safety Channel.

National Weather ServiceNational
Weather Service

Get current and predicted weather information for San Angelo and the Concho Valley from the National Weather Service.