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The University has developed a Fire Prevention Plan aimed at reducing
the risk of fire-related incidents and injuries. The University's
policies are based on the premise that most fires are preventable and
all members of the University community have the responsibility to
All faculty, staff and students should be aware of potential fire
hazards related to a campus environment. The University community should
also be knowledgeable of the emergency procedures that should be
followed in the event of a fire.
The University takes student fire safety seriously and has established
fire safety programs for students living in our campus residence
halls. Fire evacuation plans have been developed for each residence
hall and copies of these plans can be found on the inside of the door
of each room.
The University also has specific fire safety programs that target
Physical Plant employees and contractors working on our campus.
Red Tag Permits are physical tags that are placed on equipment such as
sprinklers and fire pumps to remind workers to return the equipment to
service when repairs are completed. Hot work permits should be used by
contractors, employees and students who work with torches and other
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