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CODE BLUE Emergency Alert System Test


Thursday, Feb. 06, 2014


A test of the CODE BLUE emergency alert system is schedule Wednesday, Feb. 12, for Utah State University’s Logan campus only. The test takes place at approximately 9:15 a.m. that day. The test is conducted by USU’s Emergency Management and the Campus Safety office. Additional tests for each regional campus at a later date.

 

The CODE BLUE emergency alert system provides critical emergency information in a timely manner in the event of a major crisis on campus. Everyone is encouraged to sign up for the alerts and the process can be completed online.

 

To sign up:

  • Log into USU Access
  • Select “Personal Information”
  • Select “View/Update CODE BLUE Emergency Alert Phone Numbers”
  • Enter up to five (5) voice and text message numbers (one text number only)

 

Emergency Management offers addition information:

 

The test notification will come from telephone number (435) 797-7622.  Program this telephone number into the phones you entered when you signed up.  You should label it: USU CODE BLUE Emergency Alert.

 

In addition, be sure to share the test date and time with the individuals whose telephone numbers you entered when you signed up (parents, spouses, roommates, etc.).

 

Sign up for additional notification information on the USU Emergency Management Facebook and Twitter pages.

 

For more information, log on to the Campus Safety website or contact Judy Crockett at (435) 797-0807.



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