Presentation on theme: "1 H & S Dean's Office Emergency Preparedness Planning Session 2013 Jay Cross June 20 July 8, 16, 24 August 1 All documents from this presentation can be."— Presentation transcript:
1 H & S Dean's Office Emergency Preparedness Planning Session 2013 Jay Cross June 20 July 8, 16, 24 August 1 All documents from this presentation can be found at: https://www.stanford.edu/dept/humsci/cgi- bin/facilities/node/23
Emergency Preparedness Planning Why Emergency Preparedness Planning? How Do We Define Emergencies? Level 1: Minor Level 2: Intermediate Level 3: Widespread, intense
Emergency Preparedness Planning Who is Responsible for Emergency Preparedness Planning? Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 How and Who at the Department/Program or Building Level? How Does One Train for Emergency Preparedness?
Emergency Preparedness Planning What are the Areas of Concern that Cut Across Different Emergency Situations? Communication Building Evacuations Department/Building Emergency Assembly Point (EAP) Assisting People with Disabilities During an Evacuation Shelter in Place Students and Classrooms Emergency Supplies Medical Assistance Emergency Response and Recovery Priorities Emergency Response During Non-Working Hours Incidence Command (Chain of Command) System Questions to Consider in Advance of an Emergency
Emergency Preparedness Planning Other Tools and Assistance Within the University Stanford Emergency and Safety Procedures AlertsSU BATs SCERTS Training Courses Offered by Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) What Happens as a Major Event Unfolds? What Happens After the Event?
Whats Next? Update your department emergency plan Send me a copy of your emergency plan Develop plans and schedule for dissimilating your plan Remind your constituents of the IIPP webpage
Special Thanks to the H&S Health and Safety Advisory Committee Jay CrossH & S Deans Office Allen SciuttoDLCL Cindy KirbyStatistics Dagmar LogieEnglish Erik SundermanTheater & Performance Center Harry BahlmanPsychology Kathleen StueckCantor Arts Mark SarkozyH & S Deans Office Matthew RodriquezBing Performance Center Merry WeeksSchool of Engineering Todd EberspacherChemistry Trudy HaleyEconomics