Fire and Life Safety at Carleton University is taken very seriously. Under the direction of the Fire Prevention Officer, a campus wide Fire Safety Plan encompasses all aspects of fire and life safety. All members of the Carleton Community are responsible for reporting hazards and following evacuation procedures.
Student safety is a top priority at Carleton University.
Staff & Faculty have a responsibility to keep themselves and students safe at Carleton.
Work that produces flames/sparks or generates high levels of heat requires approval.
Event organizers must submit one or more risk management forms.
- Safe Destination Sites
- Fire Safety Awareness Training
- Good Catch: Report a Hazard
- Stay in Place Registration
- Self-identify as person with mobility issues that would prevent safe evacuation.
- Residence Fire Safety Brochures
- Fire Safety Warden Program
Fire Prevention and Life Safety News
Monday, April 24, 2017
Day of Mourning April 28th
The National Day of Mourning is a time to honour those workers who have lost their lives, been injured or become disabled on the job, or who suffer from occupational disease. We also recognize the impact on families and friends affected by these tragedies and their need for continued support. In honour of these workers...
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
NAOSH Week Events
North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH), Mental Health Awareness, and Emergency Preparedness weeks will be celebrated May 7th -13th! This week presents an excellent opportunity to focus, reinforce and strengthen our commitment to these issues through increased awareness, information sharing, training, and fun! In collaboration with...
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Spot a Hazard?
If you see something that could potentially be a hazard, report it using the EHS Good Catch Report! Each and every Good Catch Report is taken seriously and every step reasonable will be taken to eliminate or reduce the hazard. Every member of the Carleton community plays an important role in making campus a safe...