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The Uses of Blue Emergency Poles around Campus

I went to find out the facts about the blue emergency poles that are spread across campus. I was interested to find out how they help students and how often students use these towers. Interestingly enough, not many students use these poles. In fact, Garth Gunderson; head of Security and Safety at BYU-Idaho says that students rarely use the towers. It is pressed once about every year.
In addition, I asked the stereotypical question about the emergency poles and why there is a need for them since BYU-Idaho is an LDS school. Wouldn’t it be safer? I learned that it is false.
For additional information and links on the safety and security department at BYU-Idaho, click the link below:

Safety and Security at BYU-Idaho:
http://www.byui.edu/university-operations/contact-departments/security-and-sa…

This is the department of safety and security at BYU-Idaho that any student may get in contact with.

BYU-Idaho Student Safety Council:
http://www.byui.edu/university-operations/security-and-safety/student-safety-…
Students may join safety council where they are able to learn about hazards and safety rules.

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