Campus phone: ext. 3333Public phone: 724-738-3333
It is important for anyone who comes in contact with the suspicious package not to be in contact with other people if at all possible. These individuals should remain isolated until cleared by the University Police or a campus safety officer.
*All laboratories will have a primary person responsible for that lab listed on the lab door. A list of those names for initial emergency contact will be kept at the SRU Police desk.
IMPORTANT: After any evacuation all individuals shall report to the designated building mustering point. A head count will be taken by a designated University representative at that time. All individuals will then be directed to the designated campus assembly point. Stay at the building mustering point until an accurate HEADCOUNT is taken and you are directed to the campus wide mustering point.
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