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Safety and Health Information

The K-State College of Education safety plan is an ongoing work in progress in order to continuously review and update the most current safety measures for the environment.

The current climate of safety at universities across the nation continues to cause concern for the safety of faculty, staff, and students as a result of injuries and fatalities through shootings, natural disasters, and other means. As such, it is imperative for the college to establish a working and living safety plan to protect the students, faculty, and staff of the college to the best of its ability, provide a safe and secure learning, teaching, and working environment, and to provide guidance and resources.

The prevailing rule in any safety or crisis situation is communication, to trust one's instincts, exercise sound judgment based on an analysis of the event to the best of one's ability, exercise common sense, and to remain calm in order to provide leadership for those we are responsible.

K-State College of Education Safety Plan (PDF)
Bluemont Hall Evacuation Maps (PDF)
→ K-State Here to Help Guide (PDF)