The Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Program is an effort to connect the campus emergency planning and response with the campus community. The goal is to train some people in basic emergency response actions who know the building and occupants and can act as a resource and liaison to the students, faculty, and staff who frequent that facility.
The two most basic responses are to shelter or evacuate. Each building has designated shelter areas and evacuation assembly points that are listed on building signs like this one that can be found near the elevators exits. These are summarized for campus in this Building-Evac-Shelter-List. Contact OEM for the editable pdf of the building poster.
Find the zone of the building you’re interested in and click on the Building Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Contacts link to find your building’s EP Coordinator. To find information on steps to take in various types of emergencies, click on the Emergency Preparedness Flipbook.
Interested in being an Emergency Preparedness Coordinator? Read more information about this important role.
For more information about the emergency preparedness coordinator program, please contact Brad Walker in the Office of Emergency Management at 974-3061 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org