Results for Safety, Security, and Preparedness
The system will be tested on the Blacksburg campus and at university facilities located in six regions across Virginia.
Article summarizes subjects presented at annual conference on safety & security technologies for the Virginia Tech campus.
The article announces a new initiative to develop enhanced security for authentication or logging into university information technology systems and data.
The university community is invited to offer comments at a public information session June 16 or by phone, or by mail.
Ambulances, fire trucks, police cars and a helicopter will respond to a simulated accident on the Virginia Tech Drillfield.
The two will receive the Alfred C. Payne Service Award for their effort in establishing the No Hokie Left Behind campaign.
The award recognizes members of the university community whose safety efforts or initiatives have resulted in a safer work environment or substantially helped to eliminate or minimize loss or injury.
The test will occur between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. and include the Virginia Tech website, electronic message boards, broadcast emails, the weather/emergency hotline, campus sirens and loudspeakers, VT Phone Alerts, and VT Desktop Alerts.
Awards included collegiate provider of the year, website of the year, HeartSafe campus, EMS Ready Campus, and first place in a medical skills competition.
Upgrades will include the installation of new smoke and heat detectors, pull stations, notification devices, and new alarm panels.
This past fall, officer Cline performed CPR and saved the life of a student employee.
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