- Fire Safety
- Fire Safety Report
- Fire Extinguishers
- Fire Evacuation Maps
- Severe Weather Policy
- Extreme Heat
- Severe Thunderstorm
- Severe Weather Shelter Maps
- Tornado Safety
- Winter Storm
Americans with Disabilities Act
The University of North Dakota follows the requirements and guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This means that new facilities and renovations to existing facilities are designed to provide access for persons with disabilities.
Accessible parking and ramped entrances must be free from obstructions at all times. Do not block these areas or tamper with other accessible equipment. Do not remove Braille tabs on elevator buttons or other signs.
The ADA Access Line is available to report disability access problems on campus at (701-777-2591 voice) or (701-777-2796 TDD*).
Employment accommodations for individuals with disabilities will be made on a case-by-case basis. Accommodation needs are addressed in a way that is consistent with the needs of the employee; responsible financial management; the maintenance of the essential operations of the work unit; and the health and safety of all employees, students, and the public.
The Affirmative Action Office (AAO)/ADA) Coordinator, together with the Worker's Compensation Claims Manager, provide information regarding accommodation (temporary or long-term), ergonomic assessment, and essential function identification for positions. The AAO/ADA Office is also responsible for facilitating health assessments of employees with disabilities and facilitating physical demands/environmental/task analysis of jobs. You can contact the AAO/ADA Coordinator at 701-777-4171 voice/TDD*.
For information on evacuation procedures for persons with disabilities, please refer to the General Fire/Life Safety section of this manual.
*TDD is a telephone display device for persons with voice or hearing impairments.