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Emergency Plans & Guides
Student Safety Guides
The U of R’s Student Safety Guide explains the different emergencies students may encounter on campus and how to prepare and respond to those emergencies. Guides are available in the following languages:
- Emergency Management Plan
The U of R’s Emergency Management Plan (472 KB) provides the framework to ensure that the University is prepared to deal with such incidents. The Emergency Management Plan is based on the elements of preparedness, mitigation, response and recovery.
- Emergency Management Policy GOV-100-017
The Emergency Management Policy outlines the reasons for the policy and identifies the responsibilities of all faculty and staff concerning emergency management.
- Fire Prevention and Response
The Fire Safety Manual (116 KB) identifies fire training, as well as the responsibilities and procedures to follow during a fire drill and fire alarm. How to respond to a fire alarm and how to evacuate buildings is found in the Emergency Preparedness Information Sheet for Academic Staff (74 KB).
The emergency closure procedures was listed in Appendix 3 of the previous Emergency Management Plan. A link to the new emergency closure procedures will be linked to here when a new document is prepared.
Emergency Preparedness and Safety Guides
- Emergency Preparedness Guide
The Emergency Preparedness Guide (3.46 MB) provides suggestions to handle emergencies and disasters. Once you are familiar with this information, you will be able to protect yourself and perhaps save the life of someone else.
- Employee Safety Orientation Guide
The Employee Safety Orientation Guide (3.3 MB) provides an overview of the health and safety policies and practices at the University of Regina. Individual departments or research laboratories may have their own procedures for handling specific operations or hazards.
Work with biohazardous material requires specialized training, procedures and infrastructure, in order to comply with provincial and federal regulations. Information about biosafety hazards is available in HR’s Health, Safety and Environment section.
- Chemical & Laboratory Safety
The University’s Hazardous Materials Management Policy (293 KB) and Chemical and Laboratory Safety Program (CLSP) (1.59 MB) sets standards and procedures for the safe use, storage and disposal of these products throughout the University, as well as procedures and guidance on safe laboratories practices and equipment.
- Infection Control Plan
The Infection Control Plan (232 KB) outlines the responsibilities for ensuring the safety of all those participating in activities involving potential exposures to infectious agents.
- Radiation Safety
The University's Radiation Safety Program (3.62 MB) commits the University to meeting or exceeding all legislative requirements for radioactive materials.