The listserv is open to all health and safety professionals, but the primary audience works in higher education. Approximately three to five messages a day are sent to list members about current issues and topics. The listserv has members as far away as Illinois, West Virginia and Florida. For convenience, the name of the listserv will not change.
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By providing an established network for emergency preparedness practitioners on Oklahoma campuses, the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education have recognized that, while each campus has individual needs, emergency planning and preparedness issues are common throughout the state.
The Higher Education Preparedness list was created in December 2008 in recognition of the enormous need for distribution of current and useful information about emergency planning and preparedness for all higher education and postsecondary campuses in our state. It was also created to provide a venue in which campus emergency planners can interact, share ideas and discuss issues.
Employees of any public or private higher education or postsecondary institution in Oklahoma, or other closely aligned emergency professional, may be a member. The list moderator will regularly distribute news and training information to members. In addition, members may post questions or ideas to this moderated list.
Requests for membership and messages will be approved by the moderator. All members will have access to the archives through their membership password.
This list was created to supplement the current information sharing networks on Oklahoma campuses such as the RTC list, the Oklahoma Campus Law Enforcement Association or the DRU list. Invitations will be sent out to a variety of individuals who have participated in the RTC list as well as other campus emergency planning practitioners. Any approved member may also invite other emergency preparedness practitioners from their campus to participate.
Information on the Campus Wellness Listserv can be found at the corresponding link in the right hand column.
The moderator of these three lists, Pamela Boatright, may be reached at 405.225.9458 or firstname.lastname@example.org.