NORTH CAMPUS EMERGENCY RESPONSE (DEFINED) EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURES SCENARIOS NORTH CAMPUS EMERGENCY RESPONSE (DEFINED) EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURES SCENARIOS
Emergency Response at the Campus will be situational. Two campus responses: Evacuation Securing the Campus Emergency Response at the Campus will be situational. Two campus responses: Evacuation Securing the Campus
Evacuations will generally be utilized for Emergencies such as Bomb Threats, Fires, and Power Outages. Maybe localized to one building.
Securing the Campus will be generally utilized in the event of an ongoing violent incident on/near the campus property. Will occur Globally across the north campus community and surrounding buildings.
Evacuate the building immediately using the following steps: Leave the building by the nearest marked exit route Alert other people to evacuate as you leave Close all doors to your classrooms, offices, or labs once you are sure that no one is remaining inside. Lock if possible. High Security areas such as the Business Office and Computer labs will be locked by departmental personnel as they evacuate.
Assist injured or disabled persons in evacuating the building. See specific instructions regarding assisting others below. Never use or attempt to use elevators. Elevators are programmed to go to the first floor in event of fire alarm activation. If you board an elevator it may stop on the floor where the fire is. Follow all instructions given by Employees, Administrators, and Security Personnel. If the area is smoke-filled, stay low to the floor and proceed to the exit. Remember, in a smoke-filled room or hallway, the freshest air is near the floor.
Once outside, proceed to designated assembly areas unless directed differently. Grass area North of Parking Lot #1 BUILDING “B, C”, D” Grass area North of Building “D”, near end of the pond BUILDING “E” Grass area West of Building “E” near trees BUILDING “F & K” Grass area West of Buildings “F & K” BUILDING “N & P” Grass area in the center of the walking track East of Building “P”
Direct persons in the building to the nearest emergency exits and evacuation points. Assist in assuring that no one remains in the building or surrounding areas. Assist in assuring that no one re-enters the buildings until the “All Clear” is given by the Campus President, Security, or designee. Be familiar with building evacuation routes including the nearest exits. Plant Service Workers and Deans report to security to assist.
Move them safely away from the fire and out of the building. To assist a visually impaired person out of the building, sighted guide should offer his/her arm so that the visually impaired person can hold the elbow and follow. If disabled persons confined to wheel chairs or persons injured are unable to evacuate, assist the person to the nearest designated area of refuge. The designated area of refuge is located in stairwells and may have a panic button and a fire rating to enable them to remain until emergency rescue personnel arrive to provide assistance.
Anyone having knowledge that an unauthorized armed person or hostile intruder is present on college property for all of the Downtown Campus Community, should: seek a safe and secured location immediately contact 911 and Campus Security at 766-6608. Anyone having knowledge that an unauthorized armed person or hostile intruder is present on college property for all of the Downtown Campus Community, should: seek a safe and secured location immediately contact 911 and Campus Security at 766-6608.
The North Campus Community includes the following: North Campus – Main Area Bldg: A, B, C, D, E. (4501 Capper Rd ). Bldg: F & K. Bldg: N & P. (4715 Capper Rd ).
Be prepared to provide the following information to Campus Security: Location of the armed person(s) How is the person armed? (pistol, rifle, knife, bomb, etc.) Actions (and if known purpose) of armed person(s) Description of the individual or multiple individuals Whether or not any shots have been fired or hostage activity is occurring Follow Campus Security’s directions.
Students, faculty and staff should remain in a secured place until LAW ENFORCEMENT or SECURITY personnel instruct them otherwise Do not respond to fire alarm or sprinkler system activations
An announcement will be made over the CISCO IP Phone (VOIP) system, fire alarm system, or through an email will include the following information: This area is being secured in response to a potentially dangerous incident Automatic doors have been locked remotely Do not leave the room you are in until directed to do so by Security or Law Enforcement personnel Turn off lights, silence cell phones, spread out in the room, remain quietly on the floor, and await further direction