Are you Ranger Ready?

Hey UBC! Emergencies happen, and everyone has a role to play in emergency preparedness. That’s why it’s so important that each and every one of us have the tools and know-how to respond appropriately.

Don’t wait until it’s too late — get informed, get prepared, and get ready to take action now! We want you to be ranger ready, which means being emergency ready! Explore all the helpful resources in this website and in no time, you’ll be able to say with confidence that you’re “Ranger Ready”!

If you are a member of the University Neighbourhoods Association (UNA), please visit the UNA Public Safety website for more information specific to you

  • UBC’s Mass Care exercise comes to life in a full set up

    After several years of planning, Safety & Risk Services’ Emergency Management team was able to see the plan come to life in a full set up. The team of UBC staff and volunteers set up registration, group lodging, and feeding services, including the set-up of 260 emergency cots, and invited the community to experience what supports evacuees could access during a disaster.

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    Are you prepared for an emergency?

    Help increase the campus community’s resilience, emergency awareness and preparedness by joining us on September 5-7. Find our Emergency Preparedness booth on Imagine UBC at Main Mall on September 6, and Ride the Quake Cottage, an earthquake simulator at University Commons outside the AMS Student Nest on September 6 and 7.

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    Take part in UBC’s Mass Care Open House & Preparedness Fair

    Join us at UBC’s Mass Care Open House & Preparedness Fair on June 28 to find out what UBC is doing to prepare for major regional emergencies and how you can be prepared. Participate in the Mass Care Open House as a volunteer ‘evacuee’! Your participation will allow us to simulate an emergency situation and practice the activation of Mass Care.  

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