If you have come to this site to report an item or issue anywhere on campus that requires IMMEDIATE attention or is a Campus Emergency…
For a campus emergency, you will need to dial 911 to reach the Campus Police Communications Officer. This person will immediately contact the appropriate party whether it is response to: crime, fire, medical emergency, spill, gas leak, odor, immediate serious hazard for trip or fall, and other items requiring immediate attention. Do not contact the Safety Hotline to report emergencies.
- If you want to report a safety condition within your building that requires attention to correct a less immediate safety concern, please contact your Building Liaison who will submit a work order to the Facilities Operations Department.
- If you want to report a safety condition outside of your building that requires attention to correct a less immediate safety concern, you can contact the Facilities Operations Work Center at 515-2991.
- If you want to report something that is
- not an emergency,
- you are not sure who to contact,
- want to remain anonymous,
- for any other reason you may wish to
contact the NCSU Safety Hotline.
Safety Hotline Number 515-5445
Email: Safety Hotline
Faculty, staff, and students can report any safety concerns, complaints, suggestions or comments on safety issues via phone (515-5445) or fax (513-2690).
You can call at any time, 24 hours a day. If you don’t connect immediately, please leave a message on the hotline answering machine. Callers may remain anonymous. All concerns and complaints will be evaluated and results of action taken communicated back to interested parties.
If you have a question or concern and wish to bypass the Safety Hotline and directly contact the person in EH&S responsible for a particular subject area, please check the index of services from the EH&SC web site
For additional assistance, call Scott Mabry at 513-0988 or send an E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please remember that the Hotline does not replace current methods for reporting emergencies. Continue to call Public Safety at 911. Crime Alert information: Crime Alerts.