Safety and Emergency Preparedness

When working internationally, emergency situations can  arise due to internal (domestic) or external (international) threats:

→ Political (social unrest or a change to a repressive government);

→ Natural disasters (typhoon/hurricane, tsunami, earthquake, volcanic eruption);

→ Crime and terrorism;

→ Health Issues (epidemic  other disease);

→ Transportation safety. 

Depending on the scope and nature of the activity, an University department may wish to undertake a brief or comprehensive assessment of risk, explore ways to help mitigate these risks, and plan for a response in case of emergency.

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