Emergency Management and Planning
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill recognizes that planning for different risks as well as local, regional and national, disasters and events is critical to protecting its constituents, neighbors, environment and resources. Emergency Management and Planning plans for emergencies such as pandemic influenza, natural hazards, and numerous other threats to the health and safety of the University.
Be Carolina Ready with these important emergency preparedness tips and other resources.
The Alert Carolina emergency notification system pushes out messages in multiple ways in the event of an emergency or dangerous situation.
- Safe at UNC
- Classroom Poster
- Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report
- Red Cross Safe and Well
- Hurricane Preparedness
- Severe Weather Preparedness in North Carolina
- Winter Weather Preparedness
- NCDOT Traffic Updates
- Winter Driving Safety
Severe Weather Preparedness Week in North Carolina 2021: Saturday’s Topic, Make a Plan and Encourage Others to do the Same
The first step in making sure that you and your family are prepared for severe weather is pledging to prepare. This includes developing a family emergency and communications plan.
Flash flooding in North Carolina usually occurs when a large amount of rain falls in an area over a short period of time.
Each year in the United States, more than 400 people are struck by lightning.