The Universidad de Monterrey is committed to safeguarding the physical safety of the members of its community. Therefore, it has in place a strategic security plan which includes the following points:
- Permanent monitoring of events that may interfere with university activities.
- Enforcement of preventive and contingency measures.
- Assistance – through our Emergency Center- 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for students, parents, faculty, and collaborators, to request support or report incidents that may put them or their property at risk.
In face of possible eventualities in the vicinity of our facilities or inside them, UDEM has established some basic security procedures:
Classrooms and offices are evacuated. People head toward the closest safe zone, known as “meeting point”.
Collaborators, faculty, and visitors go into or stay in the closest classroom, office, or enclosed area and remain inside until they are advised that the risk is over.
- Cardio-protected Campus
UDEM’s Cardio-protection Program consists of keeping an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) in the busiest areas on campus and its units in order to enhance the chances of saving the life of anyone suffering cardiorespiratory arrest.