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To promote a safe environment for everyone at UTSA, it is important that everyone knows how to identify hazardous situations and knows what to do. This course will identify the necessary precautions and actions that are needed in an emergency.


1. Recall knowledge concerning university threats and hazards
2. Recognize how to be prepared at work, at school and at home
3. Demonstrate what to do in an emergency by following procedures
4. Identify how to stay informed and make good decisions

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duration: 20 min.

About Texas Senate Bill 11

Signed by Gov. Greg Abbott in summer 2015, Texas Senate Bill 11 – known as "campus carry" – took effect on Aug. 1, 2016 and allows people with a concealed handgun license (CHL), with the exception of active duty military and police officers, to carry concealed handguns in permitted areas on campus. The handguns must remain concealed.

Read more on UTSA Campus Carry Policy and Texas Senate Bill 11 in its entirety.

duration: Estimated 20 min. 

This training was designed to assist those who have been identified with the role of Campus Security Authority, or CSA, and what is required of you under the federally mandated Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act or “Clery Act.”

After completing the CSA Training, you will be able to:

    • Identify the requirements of a CSA.
    • Understand Clery Act federal requirements.
    • Identify reportable Clery Act crimes and geography.
    • Fill out the CSA Crime Report.

    duration: 20 min.

    Description: Emergencies what do we do when they happen at home? This webinar provides an overview of threats/hazards in the community, how to protect your home and making sure you have proper insurance coverage. The training session will include a step-by-step checklist to help you take action to become better prepared at home and a resource guide including tools and tips for homeowner preparedness. You will receive webinar registration information a day or two before the course

    Objectives: By attending this course, participants will be able to: 1. Identify threats/hazards of homeownership in the community. 2. Discover homeownership insurance coverage needs and requirements based on risk. 3. Illustrate systematic family plan with checklist for family safety. 4. Protect important records/documents for financial security.