Welcome to MIT Emergency Management
MIT Emergency Management works closely with representatives and volunteers across campus to develop and implement procedures and programs that ensure the continued operation of the Institute and to keep our community safe.
We are responsible for a professional, comprehensive emergency management and business continuity program for MIT that perpetuates resiliency across all sectors of the Institute.
MIT EMS is now part of our team! MIT Emergency Management serves as the administrative department that manages MIT’s student-run ambulance service, MIT EMS. We partner with the MIT EMS executives to ensure the service is running smoothly and serving the MIT community to ensure quick response to medical emergencies on the campus. We are proud to have them as part of our team!
- RT @MassDFS: Remember to get out and stay out when your smoke alarm sounds. For more info on making a home escape plan go to: https://t.co/wBVtTPbioC #FPW19 https://t.co/ZNGWfSyBoW,
- RT @CambridgeMAFire: Update on Box 2559 for the report of smoke in the tunnel near Kendall @MBTA station: smoke was due to a mechanical issue with a train - no fire. Train has been removed from service. Holding Engine 2, Ladder 3, Squad 2, & Division 1 only. Other companies can go back in service. https://t.co/46PrlsK9oC,
- RT @MITmedical: We are getting ready! The MIT Flu Clinic begins today at 8am. Get to Walker Hall (50) today 8am-6 pm to get your shot. Bring your MIT ID. #MITvsFlu https://t.co/cdu8pxSmSG https://t.co/Dq9AcDwg63,
In 2015, MIT executives made the decision to dissolve the well-established Security and Emergency Management Office (SEMO) and create
MIT Leads Cambridge Climate Resilience Exercise On January 17th, 2018, a diverse group of Cambridge business and universities participated in