WEEKLY SAFETY TIPS
Three consecutive governors have ordered increasing levels of preparedness and encouraged and expected a culture of preparedness in the Commonwealth of Virginia (COV) workforce. The culture is supposed to encompass more than the deployed security staff. That is to say, it is not just up to the police, and any employees whose primary job descriptions designate their security and safety responsibilities. So the expectation of all of us as employees and members of the college community of the COV is that we are ready and during an emergency, we will respond with initiative and leadership to protect the students, faculty, staff, and property of the COV.
Not only must this institution be prepared, but students, faculty, and staff must be prepared. You must be mentally prepared. You must be an engaged and active learner.
spring 2019 safety tipS
January 14, 2019
E2CAMPUS/OMNILERT EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION SYSTEM
This week’s safety tip is to inform you about the e2Campus/Omnilert emergency notification system. Please sign up for this very important method of notification.
In the event of an emergency or inclement weather, it’s essential for PVCC students and staff to get timely and correct information regarding emergencies, school closings or delays.
Signing up for e2Campus is a fast, free and easy way to have alert messages sent directly to your phone, laptop or another mobile device. It only takes a couple minutes to sign up, and you can register two text-enabled cell phones and two email addresses.
If you have questions about any of the documents, or general questions regarding safety, please contact Interim Police Chief Hood at 434.961.5487 or email@example.com.