The safety of faculty, staff, and students is our primary concern, and the Johns Hopkins Office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response wants everyone to be aware of any pending or actual disasters or safety threats on our campuses.
The Johns Hopkins Emergency Alert System is the current web-based emergency alert notification system used across the institutions. The system's goal is to allow each organization's administration and emergency planners to alert faculty members, staff members, and students when a disaster occurs or is about to occur to ensure everyone moves to a safe place or evacuates the impacted area.
Enrolling in the Johns Hopkins emergency notification system is the best way to find out about emergencies on our campuses. CEPAR encourages you to sign up to receive emergency alerts and keep your contact information current by visiting https://my.jh.edu/portal/dl_jhea.
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