Crisis preparedness updates

Legionnaires campus message

....taking rooftop cooling towers out of service temporarily, which affects air conditioning in those buildings.


FBO Training - Active Shooter sessions scheduled

Offering these three training session, scheduled for Finance and Business Operations to the 15 people who have requested to be notified. Sessions will take place in Community Arts Auditorium. Monday, July 30, 2018 7:30 am to 9:30 am Tuesday, July 31, 2018 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm Thursday, August 2, 2018 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm


Legionnaires discovered on campus

In a May 29 communication we shared with you that an employee in the Faculty Administration Building (FAB) had been diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease. As we also shared, we immediately began testing potential sources of legionella, the bacterium that causes the disease with the help of independent outside experts.


Legionnaires' disease follow up campus wide message

May 26, 2018 To the Wayne State campus community: Following up on our message over the weekend concerning an employee in the Faculty Administration Building (FAB) contracting Legionnaire’s disease, the Office of Environmental Health and Safety (OEHS), Facilities Planning and Management (FP&M) and a faculty expert this morning began initial inspections of the building to determine potential sources of the disease.


FAB employee contracted Legionnaire’s disease - campus wide message

May 26, 2018 Dear campus community, A Wayne State University employee who works in the faculty administration building (FAB) has been diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease. The individual is under a doctor’s care.


Crisis Management Team meeting

CMT presentation to Business Services

Crisis Management Team presents on crisis communication a review of the communication protocol with Business Services


Test of crisis communication channels - text alert drill

Multi-Agency Training Exercise on Campus

WSUPD, coordinating with FBI, Homeland Security and local law enforcement agencies conducted a large-scale training exercise on WSU's campus


Campus closed due to gas leak

Construction crews working at Warren Ave. and Second Ave. hit a gas line. Campus closed and residence halls evacuated.


CMT presentation to Council of Deans

Crisis Management Team presents on crisis communication a review of the communication protocol with Council of Deans


WSUPD website planning meeting

Met with WSUPD representatives regarding planning to update police.wayne.edu


CMT Meeting

Regular meeting of the Crisis Management Team


Active Attacker Training

Lt. Scott presented a two-hour active attacker session at Tech Town for WSU employees and vendors.


CMT presentation to Marketing and Communications

Crisis Management Team presents on crisis communication a review of the communication protocol with Marketing and Communications office.


Active Attacker Training

Lt. Scott conducted a two-hour Active Attacker training session at the School of Medicine.


Board of Governors presentation

Special presentation on Crisis Management to the public session of the WSU Board of Governors


Active Shooter presentation

Lt. Scott conducted a two-hour Active Attacker presentation to 200 campus members


CMT GroupME update

Review and update of the Crisis Management Team members participating in the GroupME notification.


Active Attacker Training

Lt. Scott conducted a two-hour training for WSU and community members.


Police Chief presents to WSU Academic Senate

Chief of Police Tony Holt presents ways to participate/lead safety conversation on campus to faculty leadership


Message from the President to WSU community

Dear campus community, Over the past several days, I’ve received a number of emails expressing concern over safety and security at our university. These concerns were prompted by events on our campus and, most recently, by the senseless and heartbreaking tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.


WXYZ - TV 7 interview on active shooter training

WXYZ - TV 7 interviews WSUPD Lt. David Scott on WSU active shooter training.


Metro Times features WSU active shooter training story

Campus Dialogue scheduled

Organized by By Marquita T. Chamblee, Ph.D. Associate Provost for Diversity & Inclusion/Chief Diversity Officer


WSU active shooter training scheduled

Three training sessions scheduled on campus (Feb. 28, Mar 8, Mar 16). Will assess turnout to determine if additional sessions will be added


CMT presents to WSU Administrative Council

Crisis Management Team (CMT) presents ways to participate/lead safety conversation on campus to campus leadership


CMT presents to WSU President's Cabinet

Crisis Management Team (CMT) presents ways to participate/lead safety conversation on campus to campus leadership


Active Shooter Training discussed with WSUPD

Plans to offer campus wide active shooter training. Lead Lt. David Scott, WSUPD


Active Attackers Training announcement

Police Chief presents to WSU Housing RAs

WSU Police Chief Tony Holt presented on crisis preparedness and active shooter training to Housing and Residential Life staff and resident advisors