Campus Safety Week Course Schedule
Earn an entry to a raffle for each course you attend!
|When & Where
|Active Threat Prevention & Protection
|Interactive presentation with Police and Emergency Management providing information to prepare you for and guide your response to an active threat situation.
|Hurricane Threats, Impacts, and Safety
|USF Department of Emergency Management presents an interactive hurricane preparedness class to keep our campus community informed on how to stay safe during one of Florida's most common natural disasters.
|S.A.F.E. (Self-Defense Awareness & Familiarization Exchange) is a 2-hour educational awareness, crime-victim prevention program–encompassing Strategies, Techniques, Options, and Prevention–that provides participants with information that may reduce their risk of exposure to violence and introduces them to the physical aspects of self-defense.
|SKYWARN Storm Spotter
|SKYWARN® storm spotters are citizens who form the nation's first line of defense against severe weather. You'll learn: the basics of thunderstorm development, fundamentals of storm structure, how to identify potential severe weather features, reporting information, and basic severe weather safety.
|Hands-Only CPR & First Aid
|Join the University Emergency Medicine Student Association (UEMSA) to learn Hands-Only CPR, Basic First Aid, Hemorrhage Control, and Backboarding.
|Stop The Bleed
|Stop the Bleed is a national initiative to teach all people bleeding control basics in effort to save a life. Trauma is an epidemic in the United States and this basic one hour class will give participants the knowledge and tools to save lives with the A, B,C's of bleeding control.
|Bicycle Friendly Driver
|Overview of pedestrian and bicycle laws and safety behaviors.
Other Opportunities Presented by USF Partners
Mental Health First Aid, (MHFA) is a training offered by the University of South Florida Counseling Center, (USFCC). It is an eight hour course that equips participants with the knowledge to help persons with mental health needs connect to support and care. Those who take the course learn a 5-step action plan which encompasses the skills, resources, and knowledge to assist a person in crisis connect with appropriate peer, social, self-help, and professional supports.
Monday, October 14th 8:00-5:00 PM CWY 206D (Lunch is not included, break between 12:00
and 1:00 PM)
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