The recent tremors in Bluffdale and around the state should serve as a reminder for emergency preparedness.
Stop by and learn how you can be better prepared for any type of emergency that may come your way.
Before you head over the river and through the woods, make sure you and your vehicle are prepared for winter driving.
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Students, faculty and staff who want to feel more prepared for campus emergencies can download the In Case of Crisis app.
Salt Lake Community College faculty and staff put their emergency response training into action during a simulated building collapse at the Miller Campus.
Students were asked to drop, cover and hold on earlier this month for the statewide earthquake drill.
SLCC will ask students, faculty and staff to “drop, cover and hold on” during a statewide earthquake drill on Thursday.
Students from the college’s Health Sciences program demonstrated techniques that help to treat injuries and respond to emergencies at the Emergency Disaster Preparedness and Health Fair on Nov. 6.
Earthquakes can occur anywhere, anytime. Salt Lake Community College is participating in The Great Utah ShakeOut next month to prepare students for a major earthquake on campus.
SLCC clubs to host CDC sponsored emergency preparedness event at Redwood Campus.