The UA Little Rock Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) office, in conjunction with the Department of Public Safety (DPS), is responsible for overseeing fire safety for the UA campus.
EHS works closely with all university departments, the Little Rock Fire Department and the Arkansas State Fire Marshal’s Office to ensure fire safety within the community. EHS’s goal is to educate the campus community about fire and life safety, to prevent fire emergencies and reduce alarms.
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The campus housing fire log is a summary of any fires that occurred in on-campus housing for the past year. It is reported on an annual basis and is available for inspection for the most recent 60 day period. The log records date and time, general location, estimate of property damage, number of injuries and/or deaths associated with the fire. Portions of the log older than 60 days are available within two business days of a request for public inspection. The fire log records are filed for a period of seven years. It is maintained by the UA Little Rock Housing Office in the University Commons Building.
UA Little Rock continues to meet or exceed the requirements of the State Fire Marshal’s Office with respect to fire safety. When buildings are renovated, upgrades to alarm and suppression systems will be performed as required.