Prepare for terrorist risks by understanding signs and hazards. See below for more information and resources.
- Department of Homeland Security: Preparing makes sense. Get ready now.
- Federal Emergency Management Agency: Are you ready? A guide to citizen preparedness
Responding to Suspicious Packages
You can report suspicious letters, packages or activities to the UNC Department of Public Safety by calling 911.
- Mail Safety Reminder: UNC Mail Safety Reminder sent Oct. 15, 2001
- FBI Advisory: If you receive a suspicious letter or package, what should you do?
- Official CDC Health Advisory: How to handle anthrax and other biological agent threats
- Suspicious Package/Letter Awareness: Mike Robertson, NC Department of Justice
- Anthrax fact sheet: Orange County anthrax fact sheet
Responding to Terrorism Involving Hazardous Materials
- Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Fact Sheets on Terrorist Attacks by the National Academy of Engineering
Securing Hazardous Materials in Your Laboratory
- Laboratory Security and Emergency Response Guidance for Laboratories Working with Select Agents. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, Dec. 6, 2002
- Security Reminder for Radioactive Material Users. Roger Sit, RSO and the University Radiation Safety Committee