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Safety tip: What to do if you smell natural gas (December 5, 2018 Hotline)

Safety tip: What to do if you smell natural gas It’s cold in the mornings and gas furnaces are being used. NMSU and Facilities and Services would like you to be aware of what to do if you smell natural gas. Leave your home immediately, leave doors and windows open to ventilate the house, call…
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Stay Safe Webpage

The new website, https://staysafe.nmsu.edu/ is here to provide you quick access to resources to help you stay safe at NMSU. Designed to be used in a non-emergency situation,this website can direct you to useful information so you can be proactive about your own safety and the safety of other.  

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Active Shooter/Killer Workshop set for Today

The NMSU Police Department will conduct a workshop on what happens during an active shooter/killer incident, and what you can do to both survive and to help others. The workshop starts at 2 p.m. Wednesday, November 28, in Domenici Hall, Room 109. The information presented during this workshop also works for virtually any major emergency….
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Safety tip: How to travel safely (November 21, 2018 Hotline)

Safety tip: How to travel safely Before you take to the roads (or skies) this holiday season, make sure you are ready for both the expected and unexpected. These simple tips can help make the difference. Know before you go: Check local road conditions (https://www.nmroads.com/mapIndex.html), weather forecasts (https://www.weather.gov), and news for each part of your…
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Safety tip: Stay safe this Halloween (October 24, 2018 Hotline)

Safety tip: Stay safe this Halloween New Mexico State University would like to share a few safety tips to help make Halloween safe and fun this year. Children should never talk to strangers or venture too far from your parents. Parents should take a look at your children’s candy before they eat it to make…
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Safety tip: Bystander Intervention (October 10, 2018 Hotline)

Safety tip: Bystander Intervention We can all help stop sexual assault by using bystander intervention techniques. You might observe a situation where you see that someone is in danger, or someone is planning a sexual assault against them, and have the opportunity to do something that makes a difference. Here are some danger signs you…
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Safety tip: Fire Prevention Week Oct. 7-13 (September 26, 2018 Hotline)

Safety tip: Fire Prevention Week Oct. 7-13 “Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere,” works to educate people about three basic but essential steps to take to reduce the likelihood of having a fire – and how to escape safely in the event of one. NMSU’s Fire Department reminds us that we can…
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Safety tip: Fall Safety Training Events (September 12, 2018 Hotline)

Safety tip: Fall Safety Training Events As the semester gets underway, Environmental Health Safety & Risk Management would like to remind each of you of the NMSU requirements for safety training and to highlight our upcoming safety training events. Safety training requirements and a fall 2018 schedule PDF copy are available at https://hr.nmsu.edu/safety/wp-content/uploads/sites/72/2018/08/Fall-2018-Safety-Training-PDF.pdf. If you…
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Safety tip: What’s in those green boxes? (August 29, 2018 Hotline)

Safety tip: What’s in those green boxes? Emergencies often arrive unexpectedly. In that moment, preparedness is key. NMSU’s Facilities and Services is working to install emergency evacuation stair chairs in its buildings that have stairwells. This is a new initiative for 2018. So far, they have been placed at Hadley Hall, Health and Social Services…
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Safety tip: Slow down- look around (August 15, 2018 Hotline)

Safety tip: Slow down- look around This safety message is to remind you to slow down while driving and observe your surroundings as a pedestrian. Caution and attention to safety are absolutely critical with increased congestion and more vehicles, utility carts and pedestrian traffic on campus. Be especially courteous and patient with our new campus…
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