No one was injured after burnt plastic triggered hazardous chemical and smoke alarms at Stanford’s ChEM-H building on Wednesday, temporarily restricting area traffic as a hazmat team responded to the scene.
The university is placing greeters at popular areas around campus, starting with the Oval, to further help educate visitors and the campus community on access restrictions and necessary protocols for limiting the spread of COVID-19.
CardinalReady, a new program offered by Environmental Health & Safety, is designed for all members of the Stanford community and will help them prepare for a wide range of emergency situations well in advance of an actual crisis.
In the last several months, Stanford students were personally affected by hurricanes, earthquakes and wildfires. Chris Griffith, associate vice provost for student affairs, explains how the university responded to students in need.