What to do in the event of ...
- Fire / Fire Alarm
- Bomb Threat
- Tornado / Severe Weather
- Evacuation / Shelter in Place
- Suspicious Letter / Package / Substance
- Civil Disorder / Riot
- Gas Leak / Odor
- Utility (power) Outage
- Threat Level Red
- Medical Emergency
- Chemical Emergency
- Radiation Emergency
How to safeguard yourself and the University ...
- In An Emergency
- Be Aware, Be Alert
- Be Secure
- Plan Ahead, Be Prepared
- Miscellaneous Questions and Answers
Hospital Emergency Codes
- Code RED -- Fire
- Code GRAY -- Tornado or severe weather
- Code BLACK -- Bomb or bomb threat
- Code ORANGE -- Hazardous chemical, biological, or radioactive incident
- Code BLUE -- Medical Emergency
- Code WHITE -- Snow or weather emergency
- Code YELLOW -- Disaster, either internal or external
- Code GREEN -- Building evacuation
- Code BROWN -- Missing adult patient
- Code ADAM -- Missing or abducted child
- Code COPPER -- Communication Involving Utility Failure
- Code VIOLET -- Violent Situation
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This site discusses the appropriate responses to a wide range of situations, including fire, evacuation, weather-related emergencies, and other situations that may impact the operations of the University. Please familiarize yourself with the contents of this website, and to refer back to it often to check on policy and procedure updates as well as breaking information during emergency situations.
If the University closes, faculty, staff and students should monitor local media, the UT homepage (www.utoledo.edu), or the University's closing information line (419.530.7669), for details on changes in operations.
The current national terrorist threat level is yellow, or elevated. Various University officials are in regular contact with local, state and national authorities, who continue to monitor events in our area and around the globe.