As the semester comes to a close and the holiday season begins, LiveSafe is here to help your students, faculty, and staff stay healthy and safe. The end of the semester includes stressors like academic pressure, travel anxiety, dangerous weather, and holiday preparations. This can take a toll on mental and physical health, and can lead to unsafe coping mechanisms.
Use this month’s LiveSafe toolkit to help your community manage end-of-semester stress and prepare for a safe and healthy holiday season.
Safety flyers provide calls to action for students who may be experiencing end-of-semester stress and remind them about LiveSafe safety features.
Share these flyers on social media or post them in campus common spaces, such as Student Centers or Residence Halls.
Preparedness Use Cases provide real, relevant examples of LiveSafe use that will resonate with your community.
Discuss examples of LiveSafe usage and encourage students and faculty to report anything similar using the LiveSafe App.
Alcohol Abuse Awareness Download Posters addresses the importance of safe drinking and reminds students to report unsafe behavior.
Share posters via email or social media or put printed copies in common areas to remind your community of how they can use LiveSafe to prevent and address alcohol abuse.
5 Ways to Use LiveSafe During Winter Weather Handout helps your community understand the ways that they can use LiveSafe to stay safe during inclement weather.
Share this handout with LiveSafe Administrators or Operators so they are prepared to use LiveSafe during dangerous weather to keep students, faculty, and staff safe.
Send broadcast messages to notify students and faculty about any school closures, delays, or travel advisories.
Emphasize that even if campus is closed or classes are canceled, students, faculty, and staff can seek assistance via the LiveSafe app, regardless of their location.
Use geofencing to provide targeted messages to different groups, such as students who live on campus or community members that live off-campus and commute.
Encourage students, faculty, and staff to seek help for health and safety issues. These may include weather hazards, property damage, facilities issues, health concerns, or other matters.