PLATTSBURGH — SUNY Plattsburgh is currently testing it’s emergency notification systems.
The test will run until 1 p.m., a press release from the school said, and will utilize several means of notification, including SUNY NY Alert, campus email, desktop notification to campus-owned computers and the campus outdoor warning sirens.
No action is required. Outdoor warning sirens are designed to only be heard outdoors. Upon activation, a tone will sound from the speakers signaling an emergency. When heard, the campus community is advised to take the following actions
S — STOP doing what you are doing;
O — OBSERVE your immediate surroundings for danger;
S — SHELTER in place and seek additional information from SUNY NY Alert via text, email, cell phone and landline, campus email or the college website at www.plattsburgh.edu/campus-emergencies.
For more information, contact Michael Caraballo, SUNY Plattsburgh’s director of emergency management, 518-564-4950.