Preparedness Day at Northeastern University is a series of events that will take place in effort to share information, provide training, and facilitate discussion-based exercises for the purpose of preparedness.

The goal of Preparedness Day is to provide the participants with information and the additional capacity to build their condition of preparedness with confidence.

Preparedness Day 2018 will take place on May 9th in the Curry Student Center and in Behrakis Health Sciences Center


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Three Areas of Focus for Preparedness Day
Three Areas of Focus for Preparedness Day

Curry Student Center

Behrakis Health Sciences Center


Preparedness Training Available


An overall approach to safety awareness training covering topics such as behavioral recognition, active threat response, fire safety, and reporting criminal activity.
The BLS CPR for Healthcare Providers Course covers core material such as adult, pediatric, and infant CPR (including one and two-rescuer scenarios and use of a bag mask), foreign-body airway obstruction, and the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED)
Cyber threats have become a spotlight issue at all levels for all industries – higher education is no exception. Learn with the experts in ITS to find out what you can do on campus, at home, and on the devices in between to keep yourself safe and protected.
A primer and must have training segment for the international traveler with discussions on our Travel Registry and various resources available when traveling outside of the United States.
Join our International Response Partner, iJET, for a discussion on how to understand international business travel, from your hotel stay to differences in culture. A great experience for any international business traveler.
A discussion-based training on being prepared at home and on the road, including family preparedness kits, communications planning, and what to keep in your car for emergencies.
All associates may occasionally exhibit declines in productivity or concerns regarding work performance or behavior. However, associates with unresolved personal challenges, substance abuse issues, interpersonal difficulties, or other issues that impact their functioning, may show a pattern of unsatisfactory work performance over a period of time. Often, supervisors and managers will avoid dealing directly with these situations or will do things to ‘help’ the associate. Though well intentioned, certain actions might actually perpetuate problem behaviors. This session will address recognizing concerning behaviors, best practices for discussing these concerns with the associate, as well as actions to take, including collaboration with available workplace and E4 Health resources.
Listen in and interact with a panel of experts and practitioners in meteorology as they discuss topics related to major changes in weather and how we as a campus can prepare for weather related events.
Explore the extensive opportunities from the Bouvé College of Health Sciences on Preparedness Day. Experience the Goldstein Simulation Center live in action and take part in opportunities in Natural Disaster Preparedness, Concussion & Sprain Management, Diabetes Management, Seizure Management, and Recognition of Heart Attack and Stroke. Check these all out on Preparedness Day in Behrakis!
Please join the staff of the Arnold S. Goldstein Simulation Labs for a hi fidelity simulation demonstration, tour and discussion regarding preparedness education.
Segment based on the risk management perspective of laboratory preparedness and risk, insurance considerations, and how to recover.
This interactive program explores strategies for remaining resilient and healthy amidst the relentless demand of work, unending personal responsibilities and unexpected setbacks. Achieving resilience gives one the ability to harness personal capacities to meet roadblocks head on and enjoy life in a more positive, healthy state.
Life-threatening emergencies can happen fast. On- or Off-Campus emergency responders aren’t always nearby. You may be able to save a life by taking simple actions immediately. You Are the Help Until Help Arrives.
Want to learn more about being prepared to Run, Hide, Fight? This course expands on the pre-requisite of Security Awareness Training 101.
Condensed Version of the RAD Self Defense Course Training Participants in Educated Decisions for Resistance and the Fight or Flight Response

How Do I Participate?


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    Information

    Collect information from this website to learn how to prepare. Stop by during Preparedness Day for access to even more information from campus partners and external agencies.

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    Training

    Register for a training class or seminar on preparedness on topics from security awareness to cyber threats. Register ahead to secure a spot, but stop by on Preparedness Day to catch sessions throughout the day.

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    Exercise

    Exercise your plans and take part in a facilitated tabletop exercise. There are exercises available for download on this site and there will be scheduled exercises on Preparedness Day. The NUPD also runs a Full-Scale Exercise on Preparedness Day and volunteers are always welcome. Register now as seats are limited.


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Preparedness Resources


Northeastern University Police
Main Website for the Resources and Services of the NUPD

NU Emergency Guidebook
Quick Reference Flipbook for Campus Emergencies

SafeZone Mobile Safety App

Information on the NU Safety App

Ready.Gov
Resources on a Variety of Hazards and Preparedness

Personal Preparedness
Information on How to Plan, Prepare, and Be Informed

NU Weather Station
Northeastern’s Weather Station Website to Monitor Conditions on Campus and Sign Up for Weather Notifications

NU RedEye and Safety Escort Services
Website on Safety Escorts and the TransLoc Rider App

International Safety Office
Website Link for the NU International Safety Office

Emergency Preparedness for Pets
Information on How to Prepare Your Pets for Emergencies

NU Alerts
Information on the Northeastern University Emergency Notification System

Wireless Emergency Alerts (Video)
Public Safety Emergency Alerts Systems

ITS Virtual Private Network
Information on the NU VPN and Remote Desktop Access for Continuity

E4Health Overview
NU Employee Assistance Program

How to Prep a Go Bag (Video)
Quick Video on Basic Kit Essentials

When the Clouds Form (Video)
What to Do in Severe Weather and Flooding



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