Peter Krapp on Wed, 30 Apr 2003 17:54:43 +0200 (CEST)

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<nettime> the culture of safety

The Culture of Safety

"depends on everyone to:
1.	Observe your surroundings
2.	Question suspicious behavior
3.	Call for help. "

That's what I do hereby.

Begin forwarded message:

> Date: Tue Apr 29, 2003  01:22:13 PM US/Eastern
> Subject: Fwd: Emergency Preparedness Web Site
> Begin forwarded message:
>> From: "Kathleen OBrien, Vice President, University Services"
>> Date: Tue Apr 29, 2003  04:30:40 AM US/Eastern
>> Subject: Emergency Preparedness Web Site
>> Monday, April 28
>> Dear Member of the University community,
>> The University of Minnesota is committed to campus safety and security.
>> The University has emergency plans to effectively and quickly respond
>> to life, health and safety threats. The Emergency Preparedness Steering
>> Committee is working to ensure that in the event of an emergency on
>> campus, we are well prepared to give students, faculty, and staff clear
>> information about the nature of the emergency and directions for
>> responding.
>> But plans and preparedness are not enough; each of us has a
>> responsibility to help keep our campus safe and secure.
>> To promote a culture of safety at the University, and to give people
>> critical information about responding to emergencies, we have developed
>> a new Web site at .
>> Please take a few minutes today to visit the Web site and familiarize
>> yourself with the information provided.
>> Thank you in advance for taking time to learn what to do in the event
>> of an emergency and how you can help keep the University safe.
>> Sincerely,
>> Kathleen O'Brien
>> Vice President for University Services

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