Keeping faculty, staff and students safe at a multitude of Indiana University campuses is quite an undertaking. But it all starts with education. So without spreading dread and doom, Safety Matters gathers and shares tips for encouraging a “culture of preparedness.” Do you know how to be warm and safe during snow, sleet and freezing rain (Hey, I’m right here and I hear you groaning about winter…), especially if you’re on the road? Can you live on water, peanut butter and crackers, and maybe a can of beans and a bag of chocolate chips, for three to seven days if the electricity goes out? And in this age of apps and IPods, do you have an plain old battery-operated radio around?
If you have any questions, comments or story ideas for the blog, please contact Tracy James at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As assurance communication manager, Tracy helps with traditional and social media messaging concerning activities related to Public Safety, Environmental Health and Safety, Emergency Management and Continuity, information security and other safety issues at IU. Before beginning her job at PSIA in 2014, she worked for almost 11 years on the IU Bloomington News and Media team, and worked for 11 years as a daily newspaper reporter in Southern Illinois before that.