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Be RebelSAFE!

Like any community, we are not immune to natural and man-made disasters. Faculty, staff, students and families must collaborate to plan and prepare for these types of emergencies. There are 4 steps we can take to #BeRebelSAFE.

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#RebelCERT Training

Major emergencies can and do happen. Be prepared to help yourself, your roommate or your classmates by taking #RebelCERT Training on Sunday, February 3rd & February 10th at the Student Union. 

#RebelCERT volunteers can help to prepare campuses for a wide variety of incidents, such as acts of violence, natural disasters, serious illnesses, and emergencies involving hazardous materials. Because of YOU, our campus can be a better-prepared and more resilient community.

Classes are FREE, but spaces are limited. Register today.

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Step 1: Be Informed

UNLV has several tools to provide the campus community with important information during an emergency.

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Step 2: Develop an Emergency Plan

Planning in advance and knowing what you will do in different emergency situations is key to your safety.

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Step 3: Build an Emergency Supply Kit

Consider having a kit for your home, car, and/or residence hall, which contains basic survival supplies for at last 72 hours time.

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Step 4: Get Involved

There are several ways that you can be an emergency response leader on campus and at home in a time of crisis.

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