If you’re a student planning on living off campus this year or a parent that has a student looking to move off campus……then take 60 seconds to watch this video. It may save a life!
Fire Safety Tips for off campus housing.
For more information, visit campusfiresafety.org or NFPA.org
a presentation by Alvaro Llanos and Shawn Simon, survivors from the fire at Seton Hall University fire at Lincoln Theater previously held on campus.
All buildings on campus are equipped with fire alarm systems including pull stations, smoke detectors, fire doors, and/or fire warning alarms. These systems report directly to the Public Safety dispatch center located in the Facilities Building above parking lot E.
Halogen lamps & candles are not allowed in residence halls or apartments.
Do not overload electrical outlets.
Electrical heaters are not allowed unless approved by administration.
The University has a no smoking policy in all University buildings including residence halls and apartments.
To report a fire, call the Public Safety emergency number 7777. When a fire alarm is activated, the affected building(s) will be evacuated. This evacuation is not optional.
Familiarize yourself with the evacuation plan established for your building and know the locations of:
To use a fire extinguisher without jeopardizing your own safety, follow these steps:
P = Pull the pin. Some units require releasing a lock or stop latch by
pressing a lever.
A = Aim the extinguisher nozzle at the source of the fire.
S = Squeeze or pull/press the handle.
S = Sweep the nozzle from side to side at the base of the fire until it is
out. If it does not extinguish immediately, leave the area and call
All fires, even if burned out prior to discovery, must be reported to Public Safety and all fire extinguishers that have been used must be reported to Public Safety in order that they may be refilled.