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The Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response (OEPR) is able to provide a variety of non-emergency assistance and trainings, to include All-Hazards Training (including hurricane preparedness), Active Shooter Training, and Continuity of Operations planning assistance to the Tulane community. If you have any questions regarding the following trainings/assistance, please email To request assistance/training, fill out the form below.

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Continuity of Operations (COOP) Assistance

The Continuity of Operations (COOP) or COOP plan outlines how essential functions that your school/department performs will continue during an emergency and what resources are needed to support these functions. 

Weather Monitoring

The Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response will provide weather monitoring and advice upon request for university-sanctioned events. 



All trainings can be scaled and customized to best fit your office, school, department, or club.

All-Hazards Training

All-Hazards Training provides an overview of the types of a wide array of emergencies and what steps to take to best maintain personal safety and preserve essential functions for your school/department. 

CPR Training

Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is applied when a person's heart stops beating to maintain circulation and minimize brain damage that may result from a lack of perfusion. The Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response offers CPR training through the American Heart Association to the Provider. A minimum of 6 students are required to host a CPR training. Maximum class size is 18. 

Stop the Bleed Training

Stop the Bleed Training teaches participants how to provide immediate emergency care to stop traumatic bleeding, including using tourniquets, wound packing, and other bleeding control mechanisms.

Active Shooter Preparedness Training

The Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response also provides Active Shooter Preparedness Training to advise participants on how to preserve personal safety in the event of an active assailant/shooter event.

The City of New Orleans also offers a variety of trainings, including Opioid Overdose Prevention and Bystander Response Training. To request a training from our city partners, fill out the online request form on the NOLA Ready website.

There are also Emergency Management Institute (EMI) trainings available online through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). If you are interested in emergency management, check out these courses on the FEMA website.

For immediate emergency assistance, contact Tulane Police Department (TUPD) or 911:

  • Tulane Uptown Campus Police emergency: 504-865-5911, or pick-up the nearest emergency blue-light phone.
  • Tulane Downtown Campus Police emergency: 504-988-5555
  • Tulane National Primate Center Police emergency: 985-871-6411
  • Other Campuses: Call 911