Emergency phone numbers and brief hazard specific guides for information on what to do during an emergency
When a spill or release occurs, call 911 from a campus phone or 919-515-3000 from a cell phone and take quick action.
When a spill or release of biological materials occurs, spill response by trained personnel is needed. Always call 911 for emergency assistance as needed.
When a spill or release of potentially infectious materials has occurred, prompt response by trained personnel is needed.
If you see fire or smoke, pull the nearest fire alarm pull station, shut the door and leave the building immediately. Call 911.
When flooding of an area has occurred, either from internal sources, heavy rains or sewer backup, important steps must be taken to assure the health and safety of individuals involved.
In the event of an emergency, know how to get out of the location fastest
Detailed information for spill response planning and procedures
Review AED information on procuring, use, locations (with interactive Google Map) and training.