Gonzaga University embraces an all-hazards approach to emergency preparedness. This means that we focus on instructing members of our community on important protective actions that can help keep individuals safe before, during or after any kind of hazard or emergency. However, it is sometimes important and helpful to provide additional hazard-specific information to help provide context or clarity to a given event, or to help the GU community improve their safety and resiliency during events that do not quite rise to the 'emergency' level. This section collects together this hazard-specific information. Please visit each of the resources on the right for more information about specific hazards.
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