ASU Alert is Arizona State University’s emergency messaging system. In the case of a major emergency affecting life safety at the university, ASU Alert messages are sent.
日本一本道a不卡免费Yes, instances when the ASU Alert system would likely be used, include any incident when a person’s life may be in danger or when University services are severely disrupted, and we want to notify the community about the incident. An example could include downed, high-voltage power lines and the system would be used to request that everyone stay clear of the area.
日本一本道a不卡免费ASU Advisory can be thought of as a tier below ASU Alert. ASU Advisories are sent during situations when life safety is not an issue, but an unexpected event impacts the university. Some examples are a power outage that does not threaten life safety; a building that is closed for the day; or anything that disrupts daily operations.
Both Alerts and Advisories are important to you and may impact your safety. It’s better to know what’s happening at ASU, especially in an emergency. Advisory messages may also escalate to Alert status, depending on the situation and Alert messages may de-escalate to Advisories. Either way, you’ll want to know what’s happening.
ASU Alert messages may be sent using; text, email, push notification via Smartphones, Twitter, Facebook and an RSS feed.
ASU Advisories may be sent via text, email, push notification via Smartphones, Twitter and RSS feeds.
In the case of a life-threatening situation, all ASU students, faculty and staff will receive ASU Alerts via email. You may also receive text messages if you provide a mobile phone in your My ASU profile.
Advisory messages are not life-threatening and may include campus incidents such as a small building fire or a water leak. Advisory messages will primarily be sent via the ASU LiveSafe mobile app. Using active geofence location, advisories will now be targeted on specific areas where the incident is occurring. To receive these advisories, please be sure to enable location services on your smartphone.
日本一本道a不卡免费We highly encourage all our ASU community members to the ASU LiveSafe mobile app to ensure you don't miss any important messaging related to campus safety.
No. Your phone number stays registered within the system.
日本一本道a不卡免费You will see 732-02 as the text messaging number sending you the confirmation message and all subsequent messages. Please save this number and program it as ASU so that you can quickly recognize this number as the official source of ASU’s messages.
When there is more information to share about a situation, the ASU community can call the emergency information line at 1-844-864-8327. Depending on the situation, additional messaging options that might be utilized are door-to-door notifications and public address systems used by first responders; the ASU homepage; My ASU pages; the ASU Emergency page; ASU LiveSafe mobile app; freeway electronic billboards; digital bulletin boards; media; and ASU Facebook and Twitter accounts.
日本一本道a不卡免费No. ASU Police Dispatch will be extremely busy during an emergency. Please rely on notification options described above for additional information. However, you should dial 911 if you have important information to share about the incident being reported or if you find yourself in an unrelated emergency situation.
日本一本道a不卡免费Charges may apply, depending on your plan. Please check your with your cellular carrier for more information on your text plans.