Resilience, Emergency Management and Safety (REMS) provides strategic leadership over the university’s business continuity, campus safety, emergency management, environmental health and safety and parking portfolio. The department collaborates with key stakeholders to build organizational and individual resilience to adverse events, business disruptions, emergencies, hazardous environmental conditions, public safety incidents and safety risks.
Campus Safety leads the university’s parking and public safety programs, and related services. In Klamath Falls, Campus Safety conducts preventative patrols, responds to incidents and service requests, engages in community-oriented problem-solving and enforces laws, rules and regulations. Campus Safety routinely engages all campuses in community awareness and outreach activities using crime prevention assessments, crime analysis and reporting, event tabling, group training sessions and similar functions.
In conjunction with its campus and community partners, Business Continuity and Emergency Management provides plans and procedures; conducts training, drills and exercises; and offers resources to support campus-wide readiness against all-hazards and threats. Through awareness programs, consultation services, inspections, training and written guidance Environmental Health and Safety continuously shapes a sustainable culture of regulatory compliance, risk mitigation and safety.