Fire Safety Management
Protection through Prevention and Education
The Fire Safety Management program at New Jersey City University is committed to maintaining and providing a safe environment for the University community.
Over the last several years the University has developed an effective Fire Safety Program by interfacing professionally trained personnel with the newest technological advancements in fire detection and suppression systems. The Department of Public Safety which coordinates the Fire Safety Management Program is staffed with New Jersey State Certified Fire Inspectors/ Fire officials who conducts fire drills, fire prevention workshops and fire safety inspections of the University buildings.
Public Safety personnel also attend continuing education programs each year and receive training certifications from Rutgers and John Jay University in Fire Safety Management. In addition, the Fire Safety Management program at NJCU is actively involved with the University community through voluntary based programs that recruit university staff members as Floor Wardens, as well as with a wide range of fire service personnel through our involvement with the University Fire Science Program.
The Fire Safety Management Program at NJCU believes that our continued involvement and support of these programs will foster our mission to protect the University through prevention and education. See our Fire Safety Report 2011 for more information on Fire Safety Managment Program and Annual Fire Safety Report on Student Housing 2011. (entire report)
Services of Fire Safety Management
Guidelines, procedures and tips developed by this program can be found in our Helpful Information page.
For more information please click on a link below:
Fire Safety Tips
Fire Safety Brochure
Dana Christmas Story (Seton Hall Fire)
Get Out and Stay Alive Brochure (Movie available by contacting Fire Safety Coordinator)
Fire Safety Training 101
RA Fire Safety Training
Fire Extinguisher Training
For more information, please email: email@example.com or call 201-200-3127/ 3128.