About Safety First Alert
Your Safety First Alert Login is the same as your Michigan Tech ISO login. For more information about your ISO login visit the Michigan Tech ISO Information page.
Verify that you are using the correct user ID and password. If you have forgotten your password visit the Forgotten Michigan Tech ISO Password page.
The Safety First Alert service can deliver a recorded message to up to three phone numbers, a message to your Michigan Tech email address, and one text message. Providing as much information as possible to receive a message increases the likelihood of getting the message in a timely fashion.
Your primary number should be your most commonly used phone number.
In an emergency situation the order for contacting you will be dependent on open communication lines. A text message, will most likely be the first form of communication you receive.
You must take action by reviewing and updating your information or "opting-out" of the Safety First Alert service.
All students will receive one month of reminders to review and update their information or "opt-out" of the Safety First Alert service. After one month, if no action is taken, a hold will be placed on your account.
To remove this hold you must review and update your information or "opt-out" of the Safety First Alert service.
Yes, you can opt-out of the Safety First Alert Service. Go to the Safety First Alert page in Banweb, scroll to the bottom of the page and check the "opt-out" option.
No, to maintain your privacy, the information you provide will be used only for Safety First Alert communications. It will not be shared or used for other purposes.
No, the Safety First Alert service does not cost anything to use, however, your cell phone providers normal fees and rates may apply to text messages.
You can request to receive text messages by texting "SUBSCRIBE MTU" to 226787.
Visit smart911.com to create your free safety profile.
You will receive a confirmation email from Safety First Alert at your Michigan Tech email address. Depending on your cell phone provider you may receive a text message confirmation.
You will see 23177 as the text messaging number sending you the confirmation message and all subsequent messages. The confirmation message will read the following: You are now confirmed to receive alerts from Michigan Tech (MTU). More info text reply "HELP" or "STOP" to opt-out.
Check with your cell phone provider to confirm that your device accepts text messages and that the text messaging feature is enabled. You many need to subscribe to a plan in order to receive or reply to text messages.
Some providers do not support short code text messaging. To test your opted in status, text the word "SUBSCRIBE MTU" to 23177 and you will receive the following reply: This phone number has already been opted in. More info text reply "Help" or "Stop" to opt-out.
To opt-out you can remove the SMS phone number from the Safety First Alert form on Banweb or you can text "STOP MTU" to 23177.
To opt-in again you must first verify your SMS Phone Number in the Safety First Alert form and then text the word "SUBSCRIBE MTU" to 23177.
No. Once your number has been opted-in, it stays registered within the system.
A real alert will come from 23177.
A voice message will come from 906-487-3030.
While on the call, you can replay the message by pressing the star key (*) at the end of the message. It will replay.
The system does its best to detect whether it has reached a live person or an answering machine. Sometimes loud ambient noises may cause the system to loop. If this happens, move to a quieter location to prevent the message from looping or repeating.
All email correspondence from the Safety First Alert service will go to your Michigan Tech email account. You can choose to have your Michigan Tech email address forwarded. For additional information visit mail forwarding.