Skidmore Department of Campus Safety. FIRE/SAFETY STUDENT ORIENTATION. Topics for Discussion. Departmental Mission Who We Are Services Provided Personal Safety Issues Policies Motor Vehicle Substance Abuse. Our Mission.
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FIRE/SAFETY STUDENT ORIENTATION
Emergency phones should work during power outages
We call to check
Refuge Areas (See sign)
Located by stairwells – go into stairwell
Go there if you can’t get down stairs
Call Campus Safety if possible
Used by trained personnel
DO NOT TAMPER WITH!
Tower, JKB, Palamountain, LibraryEmergency Phones/Equipment
Fact: 90% of crimes of violence are related to alcohol & drug abuse.
Fact: Over 80% of women who were raped knew their victim.
Fact: Drivers under 21 are 3X more likely to be involved in alcohol related fatalities
Fact: You can limit your vulnerability to crime.Facts to Ponder
Become familiar with surroundings
Lock your doors & carry your keys at all times
Report loss immediately
Use Designated Drivers
Produce your ID when requested
Stay in well lighted areas
Lock your vehicles at all times
Have a plan & Let others know it (TELL SOMEONE WHERE YOU ARE GOING!)
Use positive peer pressure on others
Keep a record of important info – credit cards, serial numbers, etc.Do
Protect your drinks from “date rape” and other drugs
MAKE A SCENE – if you feel threatened or pressured
Be wary of suspicious people and things…and REPORT THEM!Do