The Office of Emergency Management is responsible for emergency planning for the University. Emergency planning consists of identifying risks, developing emergency plans, conducting exercises, delivering training and hosting public awareness and engagement activities. For more information: email@example.com
The Emergency Notification System is the primary communication system for the York University community during an Emergency or Potential Emergency.
Emergency Assembly Points
Emergency Assembly Points (EAPs) are designated areas on campus, which are to be used in the case of emergency situations. They are intended to provide a safe area for individuals to stand, while waiting for emergency personnel to respond.
Emergency Response Guide
Learn how to respond to specific emergencies by reviewing the Emergency Response Guide.
Emergency Response Guide for People with Disabilities
An Emergency Response guide for People with Disabilities is also available
Emergency Preparedness Program
Under York University’s Emergency Preparedness Policy, the University has developed, implemented, and continuously improves its Emergency Preparedness Program
Emergency Response Wardens
Building Captains and Emergency Response Wardens provide an important safety service for the York University Community at both the Glendon and Keele Campuses. They are volunteers who assist with various emergencies including fire alarms and evacuations.
The "72 Hours...Is Your Family Prepared?" campaign encourages Canadians to be prepared to cope on their own for at least the first 72 hours of an emergency, enabling first responders to focus on those in urgent need.