Safety

The safety of students, staff and faculty, as well as the surrounding community, is paramount at the KU School of Engineering.

During certain emergency conditions it may be necessary to evacuate a building. Knowing emergency plans and practicing procedures will help ensure that all people affected respond appropriately should a dangerous situation arise.

School of Engineering Plans and Maps

Emergency Evacuation Plans

Emergency Evacuation Maps

  • Eaton Hall (pdf)
    A floor-by-floor look at evacuation routes and approved assembly areas for people in Eaton Hall.
  • Learned Hall (pdf)
    A floor-by-floor look at evacuation routes and approved assembly areas for people in Learned Hall.
  • M2SEC/LEEP2/Spahr (pdf)
    A floor-by-floor look at evacuation routes and approved assembly areas for people in M2SEC/LEEP2/Spahr.

Additional Tools

The University of Kansas Public Safety Office also provides an online tool to help students and employees - particularly those who may need assistance evacuating - develop a Personal Action Plan in the event of an emergency. The tool is a guideline to help with your own personal planning purposes. The resulting document is shared with the appropriate building liaisons and not tracked centrally by the university. The university does not carry out the plan. However building liaisons will make the plans available to first responders should an emergency arise.


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