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What are Universal Emergency Response Procedures?

Emergencies can range from severe weather to threats of harm.  Universal Emergency Response Procedures are standard, clear directives that may be implemented across a variety of incidents and events.  The five (5) standardized procedures used to respond to various incidents and events are Duck, Cover and Hold, Evacuation, Reverse Evacuation, Lockdown, Severe Weather Safe Area, and Shelter in Place.

For more information, call the Office of School Climate and Safety at 215-400-4710

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