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March 2020: New Uniforms for Campus Security and Emergency Services

New Uniforms and a New Look for Campus Security and Emergency Services


On March 14th, 2020 Campus Security and Emergency Services will be debuting a new uniform and logo design. The new uniform was designed to give CSES a distinctive look on campus that is recognizable to everyone in the Campus Community, and was designed in consultation with various student groups on campus.


May 2017: Emergency Preparedness Week

Emergency Preparedness Week:


May 7-13 is Emergency Preparedness Week in Canada and it is a good time to remind ourselves of the emergency preparedness and response information that is available on campus.  Here at Queen’s, there are many people who work to ensure a safe, healthy environment for students, staff, and faculty. This email includes information about the resources available to you in the event that an emergency occurs.


The Queen’s University Emergency Response Procedures can be reviewed on the Campus Security and Emergency Services website.  While you are there, please consider printing a copy for your desk or workplace. Queen’s also has an emergency response plan to ensure that the university is prepared in the event of a broad range of emergencies.  Also, please remind yourself how the university’s emergency notification system works and what it would sound like if activated in the event of an emergency.   For access to emergency information while on the go, download the SeQure app for your mobile phone or follow Campus Security and Emergency Services on Twitter and on Facebook.


On the university’s Environmental Health and Safety website, you can access information on individualized workplace emergency response plans for employees who have a disability that requires accommodation and a template to create lab specific emergency response procedures.


Prepare for an emergency at home


Emergency Preparedness Week is also a good time to consider how you would respond to an emergency at home. In an emergency, being prepared is a key component of positive outcomes.


Information on how to prepare your family for an emergency is available at the following links:

• Emergency Management Ontario
• Get Prepared
• Environment Canada Weather Office 
Canadian Red Cross 
St. John Ambulance 
The Salvation Army 


If you have any questions about emergency response procedures at Queen’s, please send an email to, or contact us on Twitter or Facebook.