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Common questions received by the ERM staff
Tools utilized by the ERM Program at IU
IU has established procedures that will ensure the application of consistent standards for University events and will address appropriate protocol and operational considerations
ERM at Indiana University
Executive level support for university business continuity
These standards provide a "base bid" security, safety, and privacy standards to incorporate into facility design for new construction and renovation, improving the safety and security of university community members and assets.
Information and links for animal safety at Indiana University.
A guide designed to help instructors utilize IU-supported technologies to facilitate active teaching and learning in the online format, either as part of a planned online/hybrid course, in times of emergency.
Projects to implement a university-wide infrastructure for compliance activities are sponsored by the Executive Vice President for University Regional Affairs, Planning, and Policy. The Vice President for Information Technology also has contributed resources to this infrastructure, as part of the Empowering People Strategic Plan

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  • Overnight Restrictions at Calvary Street Ramp
  • Social media and emergency communication experts will share emergency-related best practices for and expectations of IU employees who manage social media accounts.
  • The Indiana University Police Department-Northwest responded to a robbery about 2:05 p.m. today, Jan. 15, 2015, at 35th Avenue and Jackson Street just west of campus. Three male subjects approached a woman, knocked her to the ground and robbed her. One subject, who was armed, was taken into custody by IUPD-NW. Two other subjects are still at large. It is unknown if they are armed. The subjects
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