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1 Is there an emergency? Do you need campus police or paramedics? Calling 911 from a cell phone connects you to the Los Angeles County 911 network, NOT to the local campus police. CSULB Emergency Contact Info 911

2  Look for emergency medical ID.  Dial University Police immediately –  Describe the problem–nature & severity.  Provide estimated age and sex.

3 You protect your life and others by ….  Following directions of instructors and emergency personnel.  Assisting persons with disabilities  Evacuating the building IF REQUIRED.

4 If you are in class and the fire alarm goes off ….  Evacuate to the designated area as directed by your instructor or emergency personnel. Stay with your class.  Do not use elevators! Use nearest stairs.  Do not play superhero! Sometimes the best help is to report the need for assistance & location to emergency personnel.  Do not return to the building until building has been cleared for re-entry.  Take all personal belongings.  If someone needs assistance, and you can help, do so.

5 If you are in class and … there is an earthquake ….  Evacuate the building only if a fire alarm is sounding or instructed by emergency responders.  Find open space if outdoors.  Report any injured, trapped, or missing persons to emergency responders.  Drop, Cover, and Hold if indoors.  After shaking stops, check yourself and others for injuries.

6 Threats or Violent Behavior  If a person becomes disruptive (violent, threatening, bizarre behavior) notify your instructor, contact Campus police  If behavior of others is threatening & disruptive, you have the right to leave this classroom or block entry to anyone who is a threat to the well being of the members of this class.

7  Lock/blockade the door. Stay quiet out of the shooter’s view. Silence cell phones, keep phone light hidden.  Move away from windows.  Leave the area quickly.  If safely possible, call University Police at with list of people. Get Out Hide Out Take Out  Do not use the elevators. Options & Best Practices … what you can do to be safe:  As a last option, fight back as a group to incapacitate the shooter.  Create distraction: yell or throw things to help provide a moment’s advantage.

8 … is there a bomb threat...or other suspicious object? If reporting a caller, listen for: gender, approximate age, tone of voice, any accents, any background noise.  Remain calm.  Do not handle suspicious objects.  Details are important. Be attentive:  Call University Police: What does it look like? Where is it? Is a time of explosion known?

9 Hazardous Materials Spills …  Evacuate the area immediately.  Move crosswind to avoid the fumes.  Stay out of contaminated area.  Follow Building Marshals’ directions. … Involving a material you are UNFAMILIAR with:  Stay with your class. … for small spills not involving immediate danger:  Confine spill.

10 The CSULB Emergency Operations Plan is written to conform with California State and Federal Law governing emergency operations. You are invited to review the CSULB Emergency Operations plan at:


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