MMA-ALERT, powered by e2campus
Our emergency notification system that enables college officials to send urgent news and instant alerts directly to your registered email account(s) and mobile devices via SMS text messages. Thank you.
Examples of MMA-Alerts
- School Closings (early dismissals, late starts…)
- Emergency Situations (fires, bomb threats, active shooter…)
*** Faculty, Staff, and Students are responsible for signing up for the MMA-Alert.
Emergency Action Plan
For a more detailed Emergency Action Plan for Maine Maritime Academy students, staff, and faculty visit: https://mymma.mma.edu/campus-safety/emergency-planning/Pages/default.aspx
Emergency Response Guidelines
|ACTIVE THREAT / SHOOTER||
RUN: If you can safely leave the building, run.
HIDE: If you cannot safely leave, find a safe place to hide.
FIGHT: If you cannot leave the building safely or cannot hide, be prepared to fight for your life.
IF A BOMB THREAT IS RECEIVED:
IF YOU DISCOVER OR RECEIVE A SUSPICIOUS LETTER OR PACKAGE:
ACTIVATE the nearest pull station to engage the building fire alarm system.
RESCUE anyone in the immediate danger area if you can safely do so.
CONFINE the fire by closing doors to the fire scene and securing potentially dangerous substances and/or equipment.
EVACUATE the building by the nearest or alternate exit if possible. If you are not able to evacuate or you are a person with
– GET OUT!
PULL THE MANUAL FIRE ALARM to prompt a response for others to evacuate.
EVACUATE the building as quickly as possible and go to the Building Rally Point (Get Out!).
DO NOT USE ELEVATORS nor reenter the building until authorized emergency personnel give the “all clear” signal.
ASSIST THOSE WHO NEED HELP but carefully consider whether you may put yourself at risk. Alert authorities to those who may need assistance or any missing or trapped persons.
IF YOU ARE NOT ABLE TO EVACUATE OR YOU ARE A PERSON WITH SPECIAL NEEDS go to nearest stairwell
Nothing contained within these guidelines should replace your common-sense ability to adapt and react to a changing situation and the specific threat presented. The elements of this situational awareness material are intended as suggested actions. Only follow these actions if safe to do so.