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Engineering | Safe Engineering

Emergency Preparedness

To create a safe work environment or special event it’s important to consider the risk in all activities whether planned or unplanned. As a way to be safety minded during an emergency you must:

  • Anticipate potential risk by proactively evaluating a process or event for possible incident factors such as infrequent occurrence, improper or insufficient training, time constraints that may cause rushing, etc.
  • Respond to emergency by following instructions given when calling ASUPD, Tempe dispatch, or information found in the Emergency Response Guide.
  • Evaluate afterwards and file an incident report with the Office of Health and Safety. We may meet with you afterwards to discuss ways to avoid these incidents in the future. It should be noted that no disciplinary action will result from a safety meeting with the Office of Health and Safety for Engineering  We are only here to help.

If you are in the process of planning an event and are concerned about the risk in activities please get in contact with Jonathan Klane at to set up a meeting to discuss ways to be as safe as possible during this experience.