Welcome to PLU Emergency Programs
The PLU department of Emergency Programs is responsible for leading emergency planning efforts across campus disciplines, developing and implementing a training and exercise program for the campus, and identifying and facilitating investments in mitigation initiatives and emergency equipment and resources.
Here you will find information on upcoming emergency exercises and training opportunities, PLU response procedures, continuity of operations planning guidance, resources for the purchase of emergency supplies, and links to other emergency preparedness organizations, such as the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), American Red Cross, and the Pierce County Department of Emergency Management.
The PLU Department of Emergency Programs is responsible for developing and activating campus emergency procedures for a wide range of emergency incidents.Learn more about PLU emergency procedures
Emergency Management is the process of preparing for, mitigating the impacts of, responding to and recovering from an emergency. It includes four phases: Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery.Learn more about Emergency Management
PLU Alert! is the emergency alert system for Pacific Lutheran University. In the event of an emergency incident on or near campus, all PLU community members will receive messages with details and instructions.Learn more about the PLU Alert! system
Stay in Place & Lockdown
Campus Safety can initiate two different levels of increased security when an emergency incident is active on or near campus. The level of security is based on the circumstances and proximity to campus.Learn more about lockdown procedures
The mission of Campus Safety is to serve the campus community, promote and sustain a safe environment and effectively respond to campus incidents. Contact Campus Safety with any security or safety concerns.Learn more about Campus Safety