GW 101 SAFETY AT GW. Colonial Inauguration . Office of Safety and Security. Safety at GW: Working TOGETHER. The mission of the Office of Safety and Security is to maintain a comprehensive safety and security program for t he George Washington University.
SAFETY AT GW
Office of Safety and Security
Threat Assessment Team
Sexual Assault Response Consultative (SARC) Team
Provides information to survivors of sexual assault so they can make informed decisions
Explains medical, reporting options and provides referrals for services available at GW and in DC
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Colonial Express Shuttle Service
Two shuttles drive fixed routes each night
Shuttles pick up students waiting at each stop and drops them off at other stops on the route
Identified by a yellow light on top of the van
4-RIDE Escort Van Service
Office of Health and Safety conducts individual room inspections at least 3 times/year
What do inspectors look for during safety inspections?
What happens if they find a prohibited item?
Candles, halogen lamps, flammable liquids, weapons, non-surge protected extension cords, and cooking appliances in rooms without kitchens
Fire Safety Devices
Damaged and obstructed smoke detectors and sprinkler heads
The mission of the Office of Emergency Management is to ensure that the George Washington University works together to mitigate, prepare for, respond to and recover from all hazards.
Take an “all-hazards” approach to personal preparedness:
Suggested items for emergency preparedness kit:
Senior Associate Vice President for Safety and Security
▪ Rice Hall, Suite 701 ▪ (202) 994-7649 ▪ email@example.com
▪ @GWDarrellD ▪ safety.gwu.edu
GW Police Department
(202) 994-6111 (emergency)
(202) 994-6110 (non-emergency)
Facebook: GW Police
Office of Emergency Management
Office of Health and Safety