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CTS will celebrate Safety Week September 12-16. Safety Week is an opportunity for CTS community members to learn what to do if there is ever a crisis situation. The goal is for people to be well-informed and gain confidence to handle emergencies with composure while prioritizing the safety of all involved.

Each day will focus on a central theme and will provide information and participatory activities to students, staff, and faculty. Topics covered include medical emergencies, fire safety, self-defense, active shooter training, and weather emergencies.

Keep an eye out for daily safety week emails with detailed information.  In addition, register to play CTS Safety Week BINGO here to win prizes!

Monday, Sept. 12:  Medical Emergencies

Tuesday, Sept. 13:  Fire Safety

Wednesday, Sept. 14:  General Safety and Self-Defense

Self Defense Workshop for CTS Staff, faculty, and students will be held on Wednesday, September 14 from 12:30 pm-1:30 pm in room 001M underneath the chapel. Lt. Roy Betz from the Butler University Police Department will facilitate the workshop. Boxed lunches are provided for participants.  Students register here to participate. Staff/Faculty register here to participate. Space is limited, so register early.

Thursday, Sept. 15:  Active Shooter Training

Friday, Sept. 16:  Weather Emergencies

Keep an eye out for daily safety week emails with detailed information.

Students can contact with questions. Staff/Faculty can contact with questions.


A special thank you to Associate Dean of Student Life Rev. Ayanna Garrett and Director of Human Resources June Henderson for putting Safety Week together and keeping our community safe!