Do you watch Top-Chef? Think you've got what it takes to cook under pressure? UOEMC will host an Emergency Kit Cook-Off competition, challenging teams to make a the most impressive meal from the most basic ingredients, like what you'd typically find in an emergency kit. Register your Cook-Off team today
UOEMC partnered with the Emerald's Venture Department to create a fun, yes fun!, video about emergency preparedness with just tree easy steps: Plan, Prepare, Practice!
(Click the picture or this link to watch it now)
Below are some useful resources to help you
stay up to date on winter weather information.
- UOAlerts! blog
- Inclement Weather Walking and and Biking routes
- Human Resources Inclement Weather Policy
- Q & A: How does the UO respond to severe weather?
- Oregon Department of Transportation Winter Driving Tips and Information
- Oregon Department of Transportation TripCheck
Stay safe during an earthquake. The UO Duck can show you how!
Watch the "Duck, Cover, Hold" video:
The UO Emergency Management & Continuity Program (UOEMC) protects the University’s ability to meet its mission of teaching, research and public service that is vulnerable to any emergency resulting in the loss of vital resources such as buildings, equipment, infrastructure, technology, or personnel.
UOEMC manages, coordinates, and supports the extensive planning, training, and exercises necessary to enable the University to protect against, respond to, continue during, and recover from natural and human-caused emergencies. We employ an interdepartmental and interdisciplinary service-learning approach to leverage the University’s human resources (faculty, staff, and students) in support of a coordinated and collaborative program to systematically assess campus vulnerabilities and develop integrated solutions that make the University of Oregon more disaster resilient.
In addition, UOEMC communicates and collaborates, on the University’s behalf, with a broad and diverse group of emergency management partners including the City of Eugene, Lane County, the State of Oregon, federal agencies, the Pac 12 and other higher education institutions both nationally and internationally.
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The Disaster Resilient UniversitiesTM (DRU) network facilitates open communication, discussion, and resource sharing between university/college emergency management practitioners charged with making our campuses more disaster resilient.
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The International Association of Emergency Managers, Universities & Colleges Caucus provides emergency managers from higher education institutions a voice on a national and international scale to ensure their needs are also being addressed by government and industry officials.
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The Oregon Partnership for Disaster Resilience is a coalition of public, private, and professional organizations working collectively toward the mission of creating a disaster resilient and sustainable state.