Crisis Response Plan Presented to the Board of Education September 12, 2011

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Crisis Response Plan Presented to the Board of Education September 12, 2011"

Transcription

1 Crisis Response Plan Presented to the Board of Education September 12, 2011

2 Introduction Dear Teachers and Staff, is committed to the safety and security of students, faculty, staff, and visitors on our campus. In order to support that commitment, the Board of Education has adopted this manual for use in case of an emergency. It relays prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery procedures relevant to natural and human caused disasters. This Crisis Response Plan has been developed to serve as a reference for school personnel to use as they prepare for and respond to emergencies or crisis situations. The purpose of this manual is to provide staff in the school district with a better understanding of their authority, responsibilities, and duties as they protect the students entrusted to our care. We are committed to providing ongoing training, exercises, and maintenance required to keep it current. This plan is a blueprint that relies on the commitment and expertise of individuals within and outside of the school community. We value your professionalism as we strive to maintain the safe campus we so value. Warmly, Dr. JoAnn Sternke Superintendent of Schools Crisis Response Plan Page 1

3 Emergency Contacts In the event of any emergency, it is important to call immediately. If police, fire or rescue personnel are required to respond, they should be called first. Campus Phone Police Department Village of Pewaukee Police: x 227 City of Pewaukee Police: Fire Department Pewaukee Fire: Waukesha Dispatch Poison Control A 911 call from a cell phone in the Waukesha area goes directly to the sheriff s department. As it s usually the local police who are required, this can cause a small time delay. Therefore, when calling 911 from a cell phone on the main campus, it s best to call the Waukesha dispatch directly. A more complete listing of campus emergency contact numbers is included as Appendix A to this document. Communication: A crisis communications plan is in place that allows for expedient communication in a crisis by the public information staff and others. Training: All nursing, custodial and maintenance staff are trained in bloodborne pathogen exposure. Additionally, all staff have CPR/AED training available to them through our District nursing staff. Automated External Defibrillators are in the following locations: Pewaukee Lake Elementary School: In the hallway between the cafeterias Horizon Elementary School: Above the drinking fountain in the cafeteria Asa Clark Middle School: Outside the gym in the "lobby area" Pewaukee High School: Outside Room 107 (across from the cafeteria) Additional AEDS: o Outside Athletic & Activities Director s office by the door to the football field o One in the trainer's room Two traveling AED's in Athletic & Activities Director s office for away games. Crisis Response Plan Page 2

4 Crisis Response Plan INDEX Page Letter of Introduction 1 Emergency Contacts 2 MEDICAL Page Medical Problem or Campus Accident 5 Life Threatening 6 Drug Overdose 7 Verbal or Written Threats of Suicide 8 Suicide Attempt in Progress 9-10 Wide Spread Medical Epidemic Transportation Accident Head and Neck Injuries 17 VIOLENCE & CRIME Page Violent Actions 18 Weapons 19 -Armed Student with No Hostages 20 -Suspected Weapon 21 Sexual Assault 22 Unarmed Intruders 23 Riot, Racial Conflict, or Gang Altercation Vandalism or Graffiti Illegal Drug Selling or Use 28 Substance Abuse Alcohol or Tobacco 29 Drive-by Shooting 30 SHELTER IN PLACE/EVACUATION Page Shelter in Place 31 Evacuation FACILITY EMERGENCIES Page Fire or Explosion Hazardous Material Release 36 Utility Failure Inside Gas Leak 37 Power Outage 38 Power Line Down on School Property 39 Water Shortage 40 Bomb Threat Asbestos Release 43 WEATHER Page Tornado or Severe Storm Flooding STUDENT WELFARE Page Missing Student or Runaway Student Unauthorized Removal of Students Suspected Child Abuse 61 Student Walkout Crisis Response Plan Page 3

5 Legend CampusTitle Block Teams SYMBOL LEGEND Action Block Decision Block Stop Action Block Crisis Response Plan Page 4

6 MEDICAL PROBLEM or CAMPUS ACCIDENT Board of Education Policy Reference Bloodborne Pathogens Automated External Defibrillator TEACHER SCHOOL NURSE Send for the School Nurse with name of injured student Keep student as stable as possible Secure student s emergency health information form enrollment card and take it with you to accident Assess severity of injury or illness If Serious Problem Complete and file an accident/incident report form ASAP Call for Ambulance PRINCIPAL S OFFICE Notify Principal s Office Call Parent or those listed on emergency release form Appoint a staff member to secure emergency health information from nurse, to accompany student to hospital, and to act as a liaison between hospital and Principal s office If Minor Problem Stabilize student and administer first aid until medics arrive Obtain diagnosis follow-up and file report If accident is severe, call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary Administrator s are notified, from among the following: Move student to school health room and assess Administer First Aid Business Office Safety/B&G Public Information Call parent or those listed on emergency release form and give a medical referral if needed File accident/incident report form File accident/incident report form Crisis Response Plan Page 5

7 TEACHER LIFE THREATENING Board of Education Policy Reference Bloodborne Pathogens Automated External Defibrillator PRINCIPAL S OFFICE Call for life-threatening situation Activate Code Blue 71 ## (& code for your bldg) Call for police and ambulance Secure emergency health information for victim and make a copy SCHOOL NURSE Remain calm and maintain order If perpetrator is in the area, speak calmly with him/her until police or school officials arrive If there is no perpetrator, move students and staff to safe area Await further instruction from office or supervisor Return to classroom/work areas when advised by administrators Document observations & important details (time, who, what, when, how, where) Assist police in locating any possible perpetrators Principal and possibly the teacher will notify a parent, in person if possible Appoint a staff member to accompany ambulance to hospital with health information and to act as liaison between hospital and District Call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified from among the following: Inform Staff Business Office Safety/Buildings & Grounds Public Information Facilitate investigations by police Announce counseling services and document students receiving counseling Provide privacy for victim Document approximate time and specific observations regarding ABC (Airway, Breathing, Circulation) and LOC (Loss of Consciousness) Provide a copy of the documented information to EMS for hospital personnel Write an informal note to parents/school staff Include Condolences File accident/incident report form Crisis Response Plan Page 6

8 DRUG USE/OVERDOSE TEACHER Call for life-threatening situation Board of Education Policy Reference Security of Buildings & Grounds School District Safety Plan Alcohol & Other Drug Use by Staff Members Alcohol & Other Drugs Accident Reporting PRINCIPAL S OFFICE Notify office or supervisor Call for police and ambulance If the person needs medical care: SCHOOL NURSE Notify the Health Room Provide first aid until help arrives Remain calm and maintain order Move students and staff to safe area Cooperate with investigating officers as requested by school officials Appoint a staff member to accompany ambulance to hospital with health information and to act as liaison between hospital and District Principal and possibly the teacher will notify a parent, in person if possible Call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified from among the following:. Conduct an Emergency Assessment Administer first aid until EMS arrives Business Office Safety/B&G Public Information Facilitate investigations by police Document findings. If student is alert, obtain name of drug, how administered, and at what time it was administered Fill out accident/incident report form Provide a copy of the documented information to EMS for hospital personnel File accident/incident report form Crisis Response Plan Page 7

9 VERBAL or WRITTEN THREATS of SUICIDE Board of Education Policy Reference Security of Buildings & Grounds School District Safety Plan Accident Reporting TEACHER COUNSELOR Take threat seriously Tell the student you are concerned Do not leave the student alone Send for counselor/administrator Continue to express interest in the student after the crisis is over Isolate student from peers, if possible Talk with the student and assess the seriousness of the threat Ask directly if the person has entertained thoughts of suicide Do not leave the student alone Notify the Principal s Office/School Psychologist Continue to counsel the student PRINCIPAL S OFFICE Gather student health information Notify the parents to come and get student Contact the School Psychologist, if available, for possible analysis Give the student and parents these numbers District School Psychologist -or- National Youth Crisis Hotline *Available in all 50 states *Provides counseling *Provides referrals *Open 24 hours *Can assist with suicide concerns, pregnancy, rape, gangs, abuse, etc. Contact Authorities/Police Provide parents with other community resources for counseling Contact the Superintendent Parents must show proof of psychological consultation before the student is permitted to return to school Work with the parents, students, administrators, and the teachers to monitor the student Crisis Response Plan Page 8

10 SUICIDE ATTEMPT IN PROGRESS TEACHER PRINCIPAL S OFFICE Call Call for police and ambulance 911 Send for principal and counselor De-escalate situation Try to calm the student and others Attempt to secure area In the event of the death of an assigned student, be prepared to assist principal with information Complete accident/incident report form *Notify secretary/nurse to obtain student s emergency heath information and take it to the scene *Advise nurse to stay out of view of the student Notify parents Appoint a staff member to handle arriving parents Call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified, from among the following: B&G/Safety Business Office Public Information If suicide was prevented, require parents to show proof of psychological consultation before the student is permitted to return to school If suicide was not prevented, inform staff Provide written and personal condolences to family Authorize increased counseling services to students Facilitate any investigations by district and civil authorities Crisis Response Plan Page 9

11 Suicide Attempt in Progress (Cont d) COUNSELOR or SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST Call the district psychologist, brief the psychologist and ask for guidance Assist Emergency Response Team REMINDER District Psychologist -or- National Youth Crisis Hotline *Available in all 50 states + Puerto Rico and Canada *Provides counseling *Provides local referrals *Open 24 hours *Can assist with suicide concerns, pregnancy, rape, gangs, abuse, etc. Speak calmly with the student and try to diffuse the situation using counseling expertise Maintain contact with the student. If the district psychologist arrives work with him; do not abandon the student If suicide was prevented, give the student and parents the phone numbers for the listings shown in reminder Work with the parents, the student, administrators, and teachers to monitor the student If suicide was not prevented, coordinate and document increased counseling services to students File accident/incident report form Crisis Response Plan Page 10

12 PRINCIPAL S OFFICE Wide Spread Medical Epidemic Board of Education Policy Reference Security of Buildings & Grounds Maintenance of School District Facilities & Equipment School District Safety Plan Media Relations Emergency School Closing Emergency Plans Call nurse CAFETERIA Appoint a staff member to pull all appropriate emergency health information from enrollment cards Notify cafeteria to investigate/take action Notify parents or those listed on emergency release form Call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified, from among the following Buildings & Grounds Business Office Public Information Food Service County Health Department Close All Cafeterias Secure items used in food preparation for examination and tests Store samples of suspected menu items for examination Remain available for interviews and examinations by public health personnel Follow any further directions from public health agencies Follow any further directions from District Nurse and/or public health agencies File appropriate reports with district and public health agencies Waukesha County Department of Health and Human Services Phone: Crisis Response Plan Page 11

13 WIDE SPREAD MEDICAL EPIDEMIC (Cont d) SCHOOL NURSE Determine severity of illness and how widespread Contact Principal and provide information If Severe Problem Call for ambulance 911 Administer first aid until EMS arrive File appropriate reports with district and public health agencies If Not Severe Problem Administer first aid until parents arrive Offer support to parents File accident/incident report form Waukesha County Department of Health and Human Services Phone: Crisis Response Plan Page 12

14 TRANSPORTATION ACCIDENT VEHICLE DRIVER Board of Education Policy Reference Accident Reporting Media Relations Secure vehicle and display appropriate warning devices Account for all students and record extent of injuries on proper form If threat of fire, move children and other to a safe location, at least 100 ft. from the side of roadway, if possible Survey all individuals involved in the accident for extent of injuries Call or radio central dispatch Give your name, address, driver s license number, insurance carrier, and vehicle information to the others involved in the accident Obtain the same information as above from other driver(s) involved in the accident Report the location of the accident, the bus number, and the route number Get names, addresses, and phone numbers of all witnesses Report the school which students attended Report any injuries and whether an ambulance is needed Make no statements to the media or bystanders Give information to investigating officers and school officials only Report whether a bus is needed to continue the route Upon returning to the transportation department, assist in completing all necessary accident reports Keep all students on the bus unless safety conditions warrant their removal Administer critical first aid Recruit assistance to flag approaching vehicles Do not move vehicle until told to do so Crisis Response Plan Page 13

15 TRANSPORTATION ACCIDENT (Cont d) TRANSPORTATION Transportation Company Receive the emergency call from bus driver and write down all accident information Call 911 for ambulance, police, or fire, if needed 911 Give location of accident and all known information regarding possible injuries Appoint a Safety Investigator Notify Superintendent or Assistant Superintendent Notify the Principal about the accident and continue to inform as new information becomes available SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR S OFFICE Obtain the names of students on the bus from the bus route files Obtain a list of injuries as soon as available Work with Transportation Company to provide another bus and/or driver Deploy School Messenger to notify parents That their child is uninjured or injured, and to what extent Of the medical facility to which the student has been taken To contact the hospital Crisis Response Plan Page 14

16 Transportation Accident (Cont d) ADMINISTRATOR S OFFICE Call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified, from among the following Buildings & Grounds Business Office Public Information Collect emergency health information from enrollment cards for all students on the bus Appoint a staff member to go to the accident scene and to report any special health considerations to the medics on-site If an ambulance has been called, the staff member must accompany the ambulance to the hospital with the emergency health information, and should act as the liaison between hospital and school In the event of a serious injury or fatality, the administrator or designee will go to the accident site and to the hospital Deploy School Messenger to notify parents That their child is uninjured or injured, and to what extent Of the medical facility to which the student has been taken To contact the hospital Refer incoming media calls to Superintendent Inform staff Crisis Response Plan Page 15

17 Transportation Accident (cont d) SUPERINTENDENT/ DESIGNEE Go to the scene of the accident ASAP Take Accident Kit/Guidelines and information with you Take a camera, a radio, Go Bag and a cellular phone If medics have not arrived, assist in first aid Get a list of students involved in accident and injuries incurred, if possible Report new information to transportation company Take pictures of the accident and gather information Assist the bus driver in any way possible, including caring for the students; maintain order of the site Go to the hospital and stay until parents arrive Complete incident/accident report form and forward to District Office and a copy to the transportation company Crisis Response Plan Page 16

18 HEAD & NECK INJURIES COACH Board of Education Policy Reference Accident Reporting Recognize the symptoms of a head, neck injury or cervical spinal injury (CSI) usually occurring in an athletic event * Impaired level of consciousness * Motor or Sensory deficit * Pain in the neck or back If a CSI is suspected, the athlete should never be moved except by medically trained personnel Accompany the injured athlete to the hospital Stay at the hospital until relieved by the parents or guardian Act as the liaison between hospital, principal s office, and the athletic department File an incident/accident report form Manually stabilize the player s head immediately by holding the head to prevent any movement of the head or neck Make follow-up visits and phone calls to check on the condition of the injured athlete Defer all other actions to an athletic trainer, physician, or Emergency Medical Technician Call for medical assistance 911 ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES DIRECTOR/TRAINER Notify the Athletic Director and the Principal Notify a parent or those listed on emergency release form immediately Ensure that the first arriving medical person takes CSI precautions Check the athlete to assess consciousness, breathing, and pulse Do not lift the head to open the airway Appoint a staff member to secure emergency health card from training room and take it to the hospital Call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified, from among the following: Check vital signs and get a complete assessment of motor functions before the athlete is moved Buildings & Grounds Business Office Public Information Crisis Response Plan Page 17

19 TEACHER VIOLENT ACTIONS Make verbal contact in a calm, low-toned voice If behavior does not cease, shout Stop, and then lower your voice and encourage students to talk about the issues someplace else Try to get individuals to a more isolated area so they can calm themselves; or, try to get the area emptied of other students so there is less audience and less danger Board of Education Policy Reference School District Safety Plan Employee Harassment Weapons Student Harassment Accident Reporting Emergency School Closing Student Hazing Violent Actions Physical Assault Fights Verbal Assault Verbal Threat SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR S OFFICE Do not leave the students alone until they have calmed down Assess situation and intervene if requested by teacher Call Police or if students refuse to cooperate 911 Discuss their behavior and its consequences only after they are calm Understand that violence is time-lined; if you can delay long enough, it will subside If violence is extreme, call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified from among the following: Never grab or touch a violent student unless they are causing harm to themselves or others Buildings & Grounds Business Office Public Information Give the students a choice by clearly stating, You and I must go to the Principal s Office. If you refuse to go with me, I will notify the Principal s Office, who will probably call the police Assist police in any way requested Follow disciplinary action according to your own code of student conduct If the students refuse to cooperate by rendering the above steps invalid, notify the principal or assistant principal that you need help with a violence problem File an accident/incident report form Crisis Response Plan Page 18

20 TEACHER WEAPONS Reference Board of Education Policy Antisocial or Criminal Acts and Student Safety Weapons Accident Reporting Emergency School Closing If Gunmen are in Same Room and Shots Have Been Fired Yell to class Get down and take cover Do not approach student or attempt to confiscate the weapon If a weapon is visible or student is threatening, ask the student in a calm voice for permission to evacuate the rest of the class Do not raise your voice or challenge the intruder Evacuate quietly, if allowed Do what you are asked to do If evacuation is not allowed, keep talking with the student until police arrive If Gunmen are in Area and No Shots Have Been Fired Try to stay calm Do not try to be a hero. Await police rescue If Gunmen are Not in Area and a Lockdown is Ordered Quickly survey the hallway by your classroom. Order any students in hall or restroom into your room Secure your door, cover window and move students to a corner of the room out of sight of the entry door Notify Principal s Office ASAP and advise whether a weapon is suspected or visible Have class sit on the floor and keep quiet; Turn off all electronic devices Try to calm the students under your care Open door only to a police officer and follow his instructions, if told to evacuate, take roll book. Do not open door for anyone. If students are outside and the teacher receives a lockdown message, escort students to evacuation site, do not re-enter building Crisis Response Plan Page 19

21 ARMED STUDENT WITH NO HOSTAGES PRINCIPAL S OFFICE Reference Board of Education Policy School District Safety Plan Media Relations Weapons Emergency School Closing Call Under advisement of police officers, consider the following options Announce a lockdown on P.A. system, which means all teachers will secure doors Have administrative staff evacuate any students who have been locked out of their classroom or who are in public areas to a safe area Evacuate the building by P.A. announcement Do not use Fire Alarm System Advise teachers of areas to avoid during evacuation Escort police to scene and work with them as directed. Stay out of view of student Call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified, from among the following: Buildings & Grounds Business Office Public Information Remain Calm Refer media calls to Public Information Crisis Response Plan Page 20

22 SUSPECTED WEAPON PRINCIPAL S OFFICE Reference Board of Education Policy Security of Buildings & Grounds School District Safety Plan Weapons Emergency School Closing Call Have police officer bring the student to the office with backpack, purse, books, and other possessions Ensure that at least 2 adults and a police officer are present at the meeting Tell the student what is suspected and ask the student where the weapon is hidden If the student denies or refuses, ask the student to empty pockets. Police officer, Principal, or Assistant Principal should search backpack If search yields nothing, 2 adults, the police officer, and the student go to the student s locker for a search If weapon is found, police officer will remove student from campus Notify parent/guardian of student(s) Call the Superintendent s Office Follow disciplinary action according to code of student conduct Crisis Response Plan Page 21

23 SEXUAL ASSAULT TEACHER Reference Board of Education Policy Technology Harassment Student Harassment Student Hazing Prohibition of Profanity and Obscenity by Students PRINCIPAL S OFFICE Alert Principal s Office immediately Call if necessary, for police and ambulance 911 Complete accident/incident report form ASAP Call nurse to pull emergency health information from enrollment card and to administer first aid Call grade level counselor to stay with victim Isolate suspect, if possible Isolate witnesses and do not allow them to talk to anyone or to each other Appoint an administrator or counselor to notify a parent in person, if possible Call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified, from among the following: Buildings & Grounds Business Office Public Information If 911 was called Inform staff and provide counseling services Facilitate any investigations by District and civil authorities Crisis Response Plan Page 22

24 UNARMED INTRUDERS TEACHER Reference Board of Education Policy/Procedure Lock Down Procedures Security of Buildings and Grounds School District Safety Plan Report any suspicious person to the Principal s Office immediately PRINCIPAL S OFFICE If they continue to refuse to leave, call 911 for police 911 Approach the intruders and determine the nature of their presence Announce a lockdown on the P.A. system, which means all teachers will secure doors Ask for identification Accompany them to the proper office If a lockdown is announced, have administrative staff evacuate any students who have been locked out of their classroom or who are in public areas to a safe area inside or outside the building If they have no acceptable purpose, ask them to leave If they refuse to leave, Remind them that they are in violation of the law Call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified, from among the following: Buildings & Grounds Business Office Public Information Alert them that the police will be called File an incident/accident report form Crisis Response Plan Page 23

25 RIOT, RACIAL CONFLICT, or GANG ALTERCATION Reference Board of Education Policy/Procedure Lock Down Procedures Security of Buildings and Grounds School District Safety Plan Media Relations Emergency School Closing TEACHER Alert Principal s Office immediately Administrator s OFFICE Evaluate the severity of the situation ASAP If minor problem STOP Do not call police Do follow all other actions in step 3 If Major Problem Call for police 911 Call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified, from among the following: Buildings & Grounds Business Office Public Information Crisis Response Plan Page 24

26 RIOT, RACIAL CONFLICT, OR GANG ALTERCATION (Cont d) Major Problem Activate the administrative crowd control team Separate opposing factions and move them to a more isolated area Initiate Lockdown Never grab or touch a violent student unless they are causing harm to themselves or others Most states have legislation stating that faculty and administrators may use reasonable force on students to remove them to another area or to protect themselves or others from assault. If necessary, use reasonable force, in your state. Continue calm-voice and reasonable force approach until opposing factions are separated or until police arrive Identify participating students and any gang affiliations Discuss the students behavior and its consequences only after they are calm Notify parents or those listed on emergency release form Establish lines of communication between school authorities and student groups in order to be aware of any developments that threaten future relations Along with disciplinary actions, provided counseling as needed File an incident report and disciplinary referrals, as needed Clean up the area and notify appropriate staff Crisis Response Plan Page 25

27 VANDALISM OR GRAFFITI Reference Board of Education Policy Security of Buildings and Grounds School District Safety Plan Vandalism TEACHER PRINCIPAL S OFFICE Notify Principal s Office of damage and names of vandals, if known Assess the extent of the damage If Damage is Less Than $750 Assess damage Call the Superintendent s Office who will call the director of Building and Grounds or the police Take a photo of the damage Make notes on the kind, extent, location, and approximate time of the incurred damage Follow disciplinary action according to your own code of student conduct Call custodial services for clean-up or maintenance department for repairs File an incident/accident report form Crisis Response Plan Page 26

28 VANDALISM OR GRAFFITI (Cont d) If Damage is in Excess of $750 Rope off the area Call security or Call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified, from among the following: Buildings & Grounds Business Office Public Information Take a photo of the damage Make notes on the kind, extent, location, and approximate time of the incurred damage After the police officer has seen the damage, call custodial services for clean-up of maintenance department for emergency repairs Attempt to identify the vandals Find witness/witnesses File the appropriate criminal charges against the vandals If a student has been identified as the vandal, notify a parent or those listed on emergency release forms Follow disciplinary action according to you own code of student conduct File a complete report of damage or loss of property with the Superintendent s Office Crisis Response Plan Page 27

29 Illegal Drug Selling or Use Reference Board of Education Policy Media Relations Alcohol & Other Drug Use by Staff Members Alcohol & Other Drugs TEACHER If Drug is Found or Sale is Witnessed Notify office of drug related incident Call police Complete an accident/incident form report PRINCIPAL S OFFICE Police officer will remove student from campus Notify parent or those listed on emergency release form Bring student to office Call the Superintendent s Office Call Follow disciplinary action according to code of student conduct Mandate that student enroll in drug counseling program Contact the health room If No Drug is Found Ensure that at least 2 adults are present at the meeting Tell the student what is suspected and ask the student to produce the drugs If the student denies or refuses, ask the student to empty pockets and all other containers If the search yields nothing, 2 adults go to the student s locker for a search Principal will make an impairment assessment whether student is under the influence Notify a parent or guardian listed on emergency release form to come to report to the incident Meet with the student, the parent, and a counselor Follow disciplinary action according to code of student conduct Suggest that student enroll in drug counseling program Crisis Response Plan Page 28

30 SUBSTANCE ABUSE- ALCOHOL or TOBACCO Reference Board of Education Policy Non-Smoking Tobacco Free Environment Media Relations Alcohol & Other Drug Use by Staff Members Alcohol & Other Drugs TEACHER Notify Principal s Office of witnessed or suspected use or possession of alcohol or tobacco PRINCIPAL S OFFICE Bring the student to the office with backpack, purse, books, and other possessions If Under the Influence Have 2 adults present Tell the student what is suspected and ask the student to produce the alcohol or tobacco Meet with the student, the parent, and a counselor Question student regarding involvement of others Follow disciplinary action according to code of student conduct Mandate that the student enroll in drug counseling program It the student denies or refuses, ask the student to empty pockets and all other containers Search locker, if needed If alcohol or tobacco is found, or if usage has been witnessed, notify parents Notify the Superintendent s Office Follow disciplinary action according to your own code of student conduct File an accident/incident report form Crisis Response Plan Page 29

31 TEACHER DRIVE-BY SHOOTING Reference Board of Education Policy Security of Buildings & Grounds School District Safety Plan Media Relations Emergency School Closing Accident Reporting When shots are heard yell to student to drop to the ground or drop to the floor As car exits area yell to students to run into the building quietly! Be alert for car returning to area PRINCIPAL S OFFICE Call for police and ambulance, if necessary 911 Call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified, from among the following: Be prepared to yell again Drop to the ground Buildings & Grounds Business Office Public Information Notify Principal s Office ASAP Report any known injuries Organize students within building and try to call them Return students to classroom Take roll and report any missing students Call nurse Bring all students and staff indoors ASAP Secure buildings by locking doors and windows Consider making an announcement for teachers in exterior classrooms to order students to Drop to the floor Arrange for a classroom monitor Have teachers remain with their class to continue educational process, if possible Return to Principal s Office and be prepared to answer questions from police Hold students beyond dismissal time when necessary Staff should remain with the students until the emergency is over Advise Superintendent/Assistant Superintendent if school dismissal will be delayed Provide counseling to any students as needed Crisis Response Plan Page 30

32 PRINCIPAL S OFFICE SHELTER IN PLACE Receive information and instructions to shelter in place, rather than evacuate, due to a nearby hazardous material release Activate the school shelter in place plan by announcement over the PA system Require all persons in outside areas to go indoors Ensure that appointed caretakers assist special needs students Ensure that Buildings and Grounds staff immediately shut off all heating and cooling and ventilation systems for entire campus Reference Board of Education Policy Security of Buildings & Grounds School District Safety Plan Media Relations Emergency Plans Shelter In Place DEFINITION Sheltering in Place is the use of any classroom or office for the purpose of providing temporary shelter from a hazardous material release EMERGENCY *Hazardous Material Release -Chemical Plant Accident -Chemical Train Derailment -Chemical Truck Overturning -Pipeline Rupture Instruct teachers to shut doors and windows TEACHER Call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified, from among the following Move all students indoors Buildings & Grounds Business Office Public Information If there appears to be air contamination within the shelter, place a wet cloth or wet paper towel over the nose and mouth for temporary respiratory protection Allow no one to leave the shelter during the emergency Close all windows and doors to the shelter Be in contact with the police department for continuous information and instructions until the incident is under control Announce the current status of the incident at frequent intervals over the PA system until All Clear Use reasonable judgment in allowing outsiders into a shelter during the height of the incident Continue to follow the instructions given over the PA system Do not allow anyone to leave the shelter until the All Clear is given Crisis Response Plan Page 31

33 TEACHER EVACUATION Reference Board of Education Policy Security of Buildings & Grounds School District Safety Plan Media Relations Emergency School Closing Accident Reporting Emergency Plans Evacuation Plans Evacuate when instructed Be aware of pre-designated primary and alternate evacuation routes Take roster sheet and emergency folder with you Close classroom door and turn out lights as students leave Leave the building in an orderly manner according to evacuation route without rushing, crowding, or talking If the situation warrants, vehicle evacuations will be used to transport students to another site EMERGENCY * Disaster * Fire * Fallen Aircraft * Chemical Release * Bomb Threat * Drill If the emergency calls for an evacuation without the use of vehicles, walk from the building in the stated course Always evacuate crosswind and/or upwind away from any emergency by a safe route Students should be evacuated at least 300 feet from building and out of the way of emergency vehicles Reassemble the students and check attendance to ensure that all students are accounted for Report any missing students immediately Return to your room when you are instructed that it is safe to do so Crisis Response Plan Page 32

34 EVACUATION (cont) PRINCIPAL S OFFICE Use P.A. announcement if alternate evacuation route or alternate assembly area is to be used Call for police or fire department 911 Call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified from among the following: Buildings & Grounds Business Office Public Information Transportation Advise whether ambulances are needed Advise whether primary or alternate assembly area will be used Advise nurse and staff to administer first aid as necessary Advise whether students need to be transported by bus to another site Evacuate all staff and students to predesignated evacuation routes. After total roster is collected, notify police or fire to search building for any missing students Ensure that appointed caretakers assist handicapped students If students are to be evacuated to another site or they are to be dismissed for the day, organize a system for loading the buses as quickly and safely as possible Building and Grounds staff members should search all areas of building for individuals who may have been left behind Ensure that Building and Grounds staff have turned off all motors, fans, and other power driven equipment If students are to be dismissed for the day, a check-out area should be established Students should only be released to parents or those listed on emergency release form Signal All Clear when appropriate File an accident/incident report form Crisis Response Plan Page 33

35 FIRE OR EXPLOSION TEACHER Reference Board of Education Policy Security of Buildings & Grounds School District Safety Plan Media Relations Emergency School Closing Accident Reporting Emergency Plans Evacuation Plans Evacuate when instructed Be aware of pre-designated primary and alternate evacuation routes Take roster sheet and emergency folder Close classroom door and turn out lights as students leave EMERGENCY or FIRE DRILL Leave the building in an orderly manner according to evacuation route without rushing, crowding, or talking If the situation warrants, vehicle evacuation will be used to transport students to another site If the emergency calls for an evacuation without the use of vehicles, walk from the building in the stated course Always evacuate crosswind and/or upwind away from any emergency by a safe route Students should be evacuated at least 300 ft. from building and out of the way of emergency vehicles Reassemble the students and check roll to ensure that all students are accounted for Report any missing students immediately Return to your room when you are instructed that it is safe to do so Crisis Response Plan Page 34

36 FIRE OR EXPLOSION (Cont d) PRINCIPAL S OFFICE Use PA Announcement if alternate evacuation route or alternate assembly area is to be used Call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified from among the following: Call for police or fire department 911 Advise whether ambulances are needed Advise nurse and staff to administer first aid as necessary Evacuate all staff and students to pre-designated evacuation routes. Ensure that appointed caretakers assist handicapped students Buildings & Grounds Business Office Public Information Transportation Advise whether primary or alternate assembly area will be used Advise whether students need to be transported by bus to another site After total roster is collected, notify police or fire to search building for any missing students Building and Grounds staff members should search all areas of building for individuals who may have been left behind If students are to be evacuated to another site or they are to be dismissed for the day, organize a system for loading the buses as quickly and safely as possible Ensure that Buildings and Grounds/Maintenance have turned off all motors, fans, and other powerdriven equipment If students are to be dismissed for the day, a check-out area should be established Students should only be released to parents or those listed on emergency release form Signal All Clear when appropriate File an accident/incident report form Crisis Response Plan Page 35

37 EMERGENCY HAZARDOUS MATERIAL RELEASE * Chemical Truck Overturning * Chemical Train Derailment * Chemical Plant Incident * Pipeline Rupture * Outside Gas Leak Reference Board of Education Policy Security of Buildings & Grounds School District Safety Plan Media Relations Emergency School Closing Accident Reporting Emergency Plans Evacuation Plans Shelter in Place Plan A DECISION MUST BE MADE TO SHELTER IN PLACE OR TO EVACUATE DURING A HAZARDOUS MATERIAL RELEASE FIRE DEPARTMENT HAZMAT DIVISION 911 DECISION PRINCIPAL S OFFICE IF TOLD TO EVACUATE Contact or receive a decision from the fire department s hazardous material division on whether to shelter in place or to evacuate during a hazardous material release IF TOLD TO SHELTER IF TOLD TO EVACUATE IF TOLD TO SHELTER Follow the Shelter in Place procedures Follow the Evacuation procedures Crisis Response Plan Page 36

38 UTILITY FAILURE Reference Board of Education Policy Security of Buildings & Grounds School District Safety Plan Media Relations Emergency School Closing Accident Reporting Emergency Plans a. Inside Gas Leak a. Inside Gas Leak b. Power Outage c. Power Line Down on School Property d. Water Shortage PRINCIPAL S OFFICE BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS STAFF TEACHER Notify the building occupants by PA, according to your plan unless redirected Ventilate the area, starting where gas concentration is strongest Evacuate students to the assembly point when informed to do so STOP Operate manual controls to shut off open flame devices STOP Use fire drill procedures for evacuation STOP Call and tell the fire dispatcher you smell gas 911 Do not operate electrical switches Do not operate electrical switches Call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified, from among the following: Assist gas company personnel and authorities in finding and fixing the gas leak Route students around and away from areas of strong gas odor Buildings & Grounds Business Office Public Information Transportation Oversee the evacuation to the designated assembly point Take roll call at the assembly point Ensure that medical care is given to anyone injured or overcome by gas Determine when the building is safe for re-occupancy after conferring with the authorities File an accident/ incident report form We Energies 24 Hour Service Gas leak, odor or emergency Crisis Response Plan Page 37

39 UTILITY FAILURE Cont d b. Power Outage PRINCIPAL S OFFICE BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS STAFF Call Building and Grounds Staff Inform electric company of the outage. Distribute available flashlights Instruct the occupants of the building to either remain in place or to evacuate by using a bullhorn or messenger Assist electric company in restoring power Call the Superintendent s Office Notify cafeteria to take action. CAFETERIA TEACHER Notify Food Services Director Prepare cold food menus when possible Follow the instructions from the Principal s Office to either remain in place or to evacuate Monitor food storage temperatures We Energies 24 Hour Service Electrical emergencies, power outages Gas leak, odor or emergency Crisis Response Plan Page 38

40 UTILITY FAILURE Cont d c. Power Line Down on School Property PRINCIPAL S OFFICE BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS STAFF TEACHER Call Call Call Designate someone to guard the area of the downed power line to prevent students and staff from going near until authorities arrive Distribute available flashlights Follow the instructions from the Principal s Office Notify Electric Company Assist Electric Company in restoring power Call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified from among the following: Buildings & Grounds Business Office Public Information Transportation File an accident/incident report form We Energies 24 Hour Service Electrical emergencies, power outages Gas leak, odor or emergency Crisis Response Plan Page 39

41 Utility Failure Cont d d. Water Shortage PRINCIPAL S OFFICE BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS STAFF TEACHER Call the Department of Public Works Call the Superintendent s Office Assist the water department in determining the cause and in making the repairs Continue normal educational duties File an accident/incident report form Department of Public Works Crisis Response Plan Page 40

42 PHONE CALL RECIPIENT BOMB THREAT Reference Board of Education Policy Security of Buildings & Grounds School District Safety Plan Media Relations Emergency School Closing Accident Reporting Emergency Plans Evacuation Plans PRINCIPAL S OFFICE Keep caller on the phone as long as possible and do not hang up Call for police and report that a threatening phone call has been received 911 If a student is answering the phones, the student should get an adult to the phone, if possible Do not mention a bomb, if possible, in order to avoid premature media coverage Signal to someone near you to alert Principal s Office Write down everything caller says As soon as possible, use Bomb Threat Checklist Call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified, from among the following: Buildings & Grounds Business Office Public Information Transportation Ask the questions on the checklist Make an educated guess as to caller s sex, age, race, and accent Identify any background noises Make decision whether or not to evacuate building If evacuation is necessary, see evacuation procedures After call is over, write down any impressions of caller Do not use radios or electronic bells Bombs can be activated by radio signals and electronic devices Crisis Response Plan Page 41

43 Bomb Threat (Cont d) PHONE CALL RECIPIENT TEACHER Pass information and instructions to the teachers orally or via messenger Collect class roster and emergency folder Under no circumstances are they to touch a suspicious package Evacuate when advised See Evacuation procedures Principal should remain in office to coordinate search team response and to act as a guide for the police, if possible Take attendance when students are assembled away from school Wait for All Clear from police before allowing students back in school Give attendance count to Principal s Office File an accident/incident report form Bomb Threat Check List Crisis Response Plan Page 42

44 PRINCIPAL S OFFICE ASBESTOS RELEASE Reference Board of Education Policy Security of Buildings & Grounds Maintenance of School District Facilities and Equipment School District Safety Plan Media Relations Emergency School Closing Accident Reporting Emergency Plans Determine the areas potentially affected by the suspected asbestos fiber release Move students and personnel away from the affected area immediately Evacuate the affected area as much a possible Notify Buildings and Grounds Staff to shut down HVAC units to the affected area Call the Superintendent s Office who will ensure that the necessary administrators are notified from among the following: GENERAL INFORMATION Asbestos is not considered hazardous until it is airborne as dust fibers Most asbestos-containing building materials are products such as floor tiles, window putty, pipe insulation, and ceiling tile which will not release airborne asbestos fiber unless significantly disturbed. Under the Federal Asbestos Hazardous Emergency Response Act (AHERA), all schools should be reinspected every six months to reevaluate conditions BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS STAFF Buildings & Grounds Business Office Public Information Transportation Notify Principal s Office of asbestos release Call Environmental Management Consultants (EMC) to report incident/phone: Close doors, isolate the area, and shut down the HVAC Assist District and Civic Officials as needed File an accident/incident report form Crisis Response Plan Page 43

EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN

EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN OCONOMOWOC AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT NAME OF SCHOOL Blue = Handled within the school Yellow = 911 or handled within the school, based on severity Red = 911 called as a rule CODE WORDS

More information

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLAN FOR

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLAN FOR EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLAN FOR Name of Child Care Center Provided by: 2014 Emergency Preparedness Plan Page 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page I: Introduction... 3 II: Emergency Response Organization... 3 III:

More information

Union College Campus Safety Emergency Action Guide

Union College Campus Safety Emergency Action Guide Union College Campus Safety Emergency Action Guide Emergency Telephone Numbers At Union College, for all campus emergencies dial Campus Safety at ext. 911. (If the line is busy on a second try, dial "6911".)

More information

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES EMERGENCY PROCEDURES In an Emergency Call 911 Using County Telephone System Call 9-911 Fresno County Sheriff 600-3111 Fresno County Security 600-6785 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 3 Accidents 4 Serious

More information

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLAN

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLAN EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLAN Promontory Charter School ----------------Emergency 911--------------------- INTRODUCTION The purpose of this Emergency Preparedness Plan for Promontory Charter School is to

More information

CHECKLIST FOR SCHOOLS Utah Department of Public Safety Division of Homeland Security Office of Emergency Services (801) 538-3400 (800) 753-2858

CHECKLIST FOR SCHOOLS Utah Department of Public Safety Division of Homeland Security Office of Emergency Services (801) 538-3400 (800) 753-2858 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES CHECKLIST FOR SCHOOLS Utah Department of Public Safety Division of Homeland Security Office of Emergency Services (801) 538-3400 (800) 753-2858 in cooperation with the Utah Commission

More information

PREPAREDNESS DRILL DOCUMENTATION FORM

PREPAREDNESS DRILL DOCUMENTATION FORM SY 12/13 PREPAREDNESS DRILL DOCUMENTATION FORM District: School/Facility: Person Completing Form: Contact Ph: Drills & Recommended Frequency Date conducted Person conducting drill Time required to conduct

More information

East Mississippi Community College. Scooba Campus * Mayhew Campus Department of Public Safety. Campus Emergency Action Plan.

East Mississippi Community College. Scooba Campus * Mayhew Campus Department of Public Safety. Campus Emergency Action Plan. 1 East Mississippi Community College Scooba Campus * Mayhew Campus Department of Public Safety Campus Emergency Action Plan Revised 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 Foreword & Emergency Numbers Page 3 Active Shooter

More information

CRISIS MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES

CRISIS MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES Charter Oak-Ute Elementary CRISIS MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES Confronting School Crime and Violence Crisis Planning and Prevention Table of Contents: 2. Table of Contents 3. Emergency Contact Numbers 4. Bomb

More information

EVACUATION Fire / Explosion / Smell of Smoke / Gas Odor / Fire Alarm / Bomb Threat

EVACUATION Fire / Explosion / Smell of Smoke / Gas Odor / Fire Alarm / Bomb Threat Emergency Procedures Quick Reference Guide Faculty Edition EVACUATION Fire / Explosion / Smell of Smoke / Gas Odor / Fire Alarm / Bomb Threat LOCKDOWN Intruder / Weapon / Hostage /Active Shooter / Hostile

More information

Emergency Response Manual

Emergency Response Manual Page 1 of 9 Table of Contents NOTE: This emergency response manual is to be used as standard operating guidelines. IN ALL CASES, USE COMMON SENSE. Introduction... 2 Emergency Contacts... 3 1) Vehicle Accident

More information

EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURES

EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURES EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURES TO REPORT AN EMERGENCY, CALL: CSB Security 320-363-5000 SJU Life Safety 320-363-2144 911 from SJU land-line phone 9-911 from CSB land-line phone OFF-CAMPUS EMERGENCY NUMBERS:

More information

emergency action guide

emergency action guide emergency action guide IN THE EVENT OF LIFE-THREATENING OR EXTREME EMERGENCY CALL 911 FIRST. Central Campus Public Safety Dial 6666 from campus phone or call 215.641.6666 West Campus Public Safety Dial

More information

Chippewa County Courthouse Security Emergency Procedures. Dial 9 9 1 1 FIRE POLICE AMBULANCE

Chippewa County Courthouse Security Emergency Procedures. Dial 9 9 1 1 FIRE POLICE AMBULANCE Chippewa County Courthouse Security Emergency Procedures Dial 9 9 1 1 FIRE POLICE AMBULANCE Table of Contents Introduction... 2 Explosion... 3 Civil Disorder/Threat to Personal Safety... 4 Chemical Spill...

More information

CRISIS PREPAREDNESS:

CRISIS PREPAREDNESS: CRISIS PREPAREDNESS: Parents and School Emergencies The safety of our students and staff are top priorities for Holy Rosary School. www.holyrosaryschool.us Crisis Preparedness: Parents and School Emergencies

More information

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES EMERGENCY PROCEDURES Introduction Being prepared is the first step towards preventing and/or handling emergency situations. Because your safety is of utmost importance, SOLEX College has created this document

More information

2015-16 Canyon Rim Academy Emergency Preparedness Plan

2015-16 Canyon Rim Academy Emergency Preparedness Plan 2015-16 Canyon Rim Academy Emergency Preparedness Plan I. EMERGENCY TEAM MEMBERS... 2 II. EMERGENCY TEAM DUTIES... 2 III. OTHER PERSONNEL DUTIES... 3 IV. COMMAND CENTER... 3 V. COMMUNICATIONS... 3 VI.

More information

800. Emergency Operations Policy and Safety Plan

800. Emergency Operations Policy and Safety Plan 800. Emergency Operations Policy and Safety Plan 800.1 Introduction Luther Rice College and Seminary has approved and disseminated these safety procedures to assist individuals in an emergency situation.

More information

NORTHWESTERN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2011 2012 CRISIS PLAN

NORTHWESTERN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2011 2012 CRISIS PLAN NORTHWESTERN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2011 2012 CRISIS PLAN Assess situation, verify information, and notify 911 (if necessary.) Notify the principal, who will notify the Superintendent. Notify CPR/first aid

More information

GREENWOOD INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

GREENWOOD INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL GREENWOOD INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL EMERGENCY CRISIS MANAGEMENT PLAN REVISED ON DECEMBER 2011 Website: www.greenwood.sch.ae E-mail: info@greenwood.sch.ae Promulgation Statement Greenwood International School

More information

A school crisis is any event that drastically disrupts or alters a normal school day for your campus. More dynamic if the media covers the event!!

A school crisis is any event that drastically disrupts or alters a normal school day for your campus. More dynamic if the media covers the event!! Critical Incident Management Instructor: Lieutenant Mo Canady, Hoover Police Department What Is A School Crisis?? A school crisis is any event that drastically disrupts or alters a normal school day for

More information

Crisis Management Plan. Alice Johnson Jr. High Channelview I.S.D

Crisis Management Plan. Alice Johnson Jr. High Channelview I.S.D Crisis Management Plan Alice Johnson Jr. High Channelview I.S.D What is a School Crisis? For information purposes, crises are organized into five categories. Please see the brief descriptions and examples

More information

Emergency Procedures. Emergency Phone Numbers. Unisafe (Security) (07) 838 4444 or extension 4444 Police, Fire Service or Ambulance 1-111

Emergency Procedures. Emergency Phone Numbers. Unisafe (Security) (07) 838 4444 or extension 4444 Police, Fire Service or Ambulance 1-111 Facilities Management Emergency Procedures Unisafe Guidelines for managing emergency situations Unisafe (Security) (07) 838 4444 or extension 4444 Police, Fire Service or Ambulance 1-111 Emergency Phone

More information

Guide To EMERGENCIES

Guide To EMERGENCIES Guide To EMERGENCIES Campus Security 716-614-6400 Dial Extension 6400 or Extension 555 Emergency 911 Wellness Center 716-614-6275 New York State Police - 716-297-0755 Poison Control - 1-800-222-1222 Niagara

More information

Module 14 Handling Emergency Situations

Module 14 Handling Emergency Situations Handling Emergency Situations The Shift Lead protects the team, customers and restaurant by monitoring safety. However, you cannot always prevent problems. Sometimes, things happen that you were not expecting

More information

OCPS Emergency Response Quick Reference Guide Orange County Public Schools Security Control Center 407-317-3333

OCPS Emergency Response Quick Reference Guide Orange County Public Schools Security Control Center 407-317-3333 OCPS Emergency Response Quick Reference Guide Orange County Public Schools Security Control Center 407-317-3333 Key Teacher Responsibilities Lockdown (Code Red, Red LD & Yellow) If Indoors: Bring students

More information

EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURES

EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURES EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURES TO REPORT AN EMERGENCY, CALL: Madonna Public Safety 734-432-5442 from a campus phone 911 or 5442 Livonia Police Department from a campus phone 9-911 from a cell phone 911

More information

Middleton-Cross Plains Area Schools. Crisis Preparedness Parents and School Emergencies

Middleton-Cross Plains Area Schools. Crisis Preparedness Parents and School Emergencies Middleton-Cross Plains Area Schools Crisis Preparedness Parents and School Emergencies Table of Contents Introduction... 1 What is an emergency?... 2 What do schools do to prepare or practice for emergencies?...

More information

Living Arts Institute @ School of Communication Arts Emergency Preparedness Plan. - Table of Contents -

Living Arts Institute @ School of Communication Arts Emergency Preparedness Plan. - Table of Contents - Living Arts Institute @ School of Communication Arts Emergency Preparedness Plan - Table of Contents - Purpose 1 Evacuation Procedures 2 Medical Emergency 3 Accident Report Form 4 Blood and Body Fluid

More information

TENNESSEE TEMPLE UNIVERSITY CRISIS MANAGEMENT PLAN

TENNESSEE TEMPLE UNIVERSITY CRISIS MANAGEMENT PLAN TENNESSEE TEMPLE UNIVERSITY CRISIS MANAGEMENT PLAN TABLE OF CONTENTS Emergency Numbers...................................... 3 Accident/Serious Injury/Illness.............................. 4 After-Hours

More information

Sam Houston State University

Sam Houston State University Sam Houston State University Lowman Student Center EMERGENCY PROCEDURES July 2007 Emergency Procedures Found in this Document General Information for any Emergency Situation in the LSC...... 2 Vandalism,

More information

Policy and Organizational Statements

Policy and Organizational Statements Company Name Address Telephone Contact Name Title Last Revision Date Policy and Organizational Statements Identify the goals and objectives for the emergency response plan. Define what your emergency response

More information

Mt. San Antonio College Campus Emergency Response and Evacuation Plan

Mt. San Antonio College Campus Emergency Response and Evacuation Plan Mt. San Antonio College Campus Emergency Response and Evacuation Plan The Mt. SAC Board of Trustees is committed to providing a safe and secure campus work and learning environment for students, employees,

More information

POINT UNIVERSITY CAMPUS SECURITY Emergency Response Plan

POINT UNIVERSITY CAMPUS SECURITY Emergency Response Plan POINT UNIVERSITY CAMPUS SECURITY Emergency Response Plan Introduction The Point University Emergency Response Plan establishes guidelines for campus-wide communication, service coordination and safety

More information

SUMMARY of Suggested School Nurse's Roles and Responsibilities from the VERMONT SCHOOL CRISIS GUIDE CRISIS PRIORITIES ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES ALL

SUMMARY of Suggested School Nurse's Roles and Responsibilities from the VERMONT SCHOOL CRISIS GUIDE CRISIS PRIORITIES ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES ALL ALL Anaphylaxis (Severe Allergic Reaction) Health and safety of students, staff, and responders Locate and follow the individual's anaphylaxis plan. (1) Have emergency "GO" bag ready at all times. (2)

More information

EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNING FOR SCHOOLS AND CHILDCARE PROGRAMS

EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNING FOR SCHOOLS AND CHILDCARE PROGRAMS EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNING FOR SCHOOLS AND CHILDCARE PROGRAMS Gregg Champlin (603) 223-3629 Gregg.champlin@dos.nh.gov School and Child Care Emergency Response Plans Requirements: K-12 Public and Nonpublic

More information

Sample Emergency and Critical Incident Policy and Procedure

Sample Emergency and Critical Incident Policy and Procedure Sample Emergency and Critical Incident Policy and Procedure 1. Purpose and Scope Emergencies and critical incidents in the workplace can affect people physically and psychologically, and affect program

More information

REACT. Rapid Emergency Action Checklist. The University of Toledo Health Science Campus. Emergency Contact Information for Department or Lab

REACT. Rapid Emergency Action Checklist. The University of Toledo Health Science Campus. Emergency Contact Information for Department or Lab Emergency Contact Information for Department or Lab Main contact: Phone number: Back-up contact: Phone number: The University of Toledo Health Science Campus Rapid Emergency Action Checklist REACT This

More information

Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness Policy Number: J104 Title: Emergency Preparedness Section: Operations Emergency Preparedness It is the responsibility of EASTERN to safeguard the health and welfare of School students and employees by

More information

Central State University. Emergency Action Plan Quick Reference

Central State University. Emergency Action Plan Quick Reference Central State University Emergency Action Plan Quick Reference A. PURPOSE We each have a responsibility to know how we should respond in an emergency. This emergency action reference provides a brief overview

More information

EMERGENCY MESSAGE TEMPLATES

EMERGENCY MESSAGE TEMPLATES General Guidelines: EMERGENCY MESSAGE TEMPLATES Text messages may not be longer than 160 characters, including spaces. E-mail and voice mail messages should generally be the same message. There are two

More information

Evacuation Procedures

Evacuation Procedures Evacuation Procedures CONTENTS Evacuation Procedures... 1 When Alarm Sounds... 2 Evacuation Routes... 2 Accounting for Employees/Visitors after Evacuation... 3 Emergency Contact Information... 3 Advanced

More information

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES Revised July 2007. Do Not Remove

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES Revised July 2007. Do Not Remove ROANE STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE EMERGENCY PROCEDURES Revised July 2007 The Department of Public Safety EMERGENCY (Police, Fire or Ambulance): 911 Do Not Remove MEDICAL EMERGENCY ON CAMPUS Minor Injuries/Illnesses

More information

Palestine Independent School District Crisis Management Plan 2013-2014

Palestine Independent School District Crisis Management Plan 2013-2014 Incident Command System Activation (Anytime where the physical, emotional, psychological Safety of students, faculty and/or staff is threatened.) Call 911, set up command post, and activate Crisis Response

More information

Fall 2013. Emergency Guide. Campus Safety & Security 815-226-4060. 5050 E. State Street, Rockford, IL 61108 rockford.edu 14-0037

Fall 2013. Emergency Guide. Campus Safety & Security 815-226-4060. 5050 E. State Street, Rockford, IL 61108 rockford.edu 14-0037 Fall 2013 Emergency Guide Campus Safety & Security 815-226-4060 5050 E. State Street, Rockford, IL 61108 rockford.edu 14-0037 Emergency Contacts Police Emergency.... 911 Fire Emergency.... 911 Medical

More information

GUNNISON DISPATCH CAMPUS SECURITY CAMPUS FACILITIES. Emergency 911 Non-Emergency 970.641.8000

GUNNISON DISPATCH CAMPUS SECURITY CAMPUS FACILITIES. Emergency 911 Non-Emergency 970.641.8000 Emergency Guide EMERGENCY CONTACTS GUNNISON DISPATCH Emergency 911 Non-Emergency 970.641.8000 CAMPUS SECURITY Security Office 970.943.3084 Security Cell 970.209.1020 Security Duty Cell 970.209.8798 CAMPUS

More information

CRITICAL INCIDENT POLICY

CRITICAL INCIDENT POLICY CRITICAL INCIDENT POLICY Endorsed September 2009 Next Review November 2011 Gymnastics Queensland Critical Incident Policy Version 1 (September 2009) 1 Contents 1. Position statement... 3 2. Purpose...

More information

EMERGENCY EVACUATION PROCEDURES

EMERGENCY EVACUATION PROCEDURES EMERGENCY POLICY is committed to assuring a safe workplace for its employees. For this reason, the company has developed the following procedures for emergency situations. All employees should be familiar

More information

EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN

EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN ILLINOIS VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE District No. 513 815 North Orlando Smith Road Oglesby, Illinois 61348 November 2012 Table of Contents Mission Statement... 1 Purpose... 1 Plan

More information

EMERGENCY INFORMATION GUIDE

EMERGENCY INFORMATION GUIDE EMERGENCY INFORMATION GUIDE DECLARING STATE OF EMERGENCY/INFORMING THE PUBLIC The authority to declare a campus state of emergency rests with the College President or designee. During the period of any

More information

School Crisis Response Handbook

School Crisis Response Handbook GREENBURGH NORTH CASTLE UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT DECEMBER 2010 GREENBURGH ACADEMY 108 Shonnard Place Yonkers, NY 10701 914-964-5496 School Crisis Response Handbook http://www.greenburghnorthcastleschools.com

More information

Emergency and Critical Incident Policy and Procedure

Emergency and Critical Incident Policy and Procedure Emergency and Critical Incident Policy and Procedure 1. Purpose and scope Emergencies and critical incidents in the workplace can affect people physically and psychologically, and affect the business continuity

More information

Security Policy and Procedures

Security Policy and Procedures The British Section SHAPE International School Aims Security Policy and Procedures The aim of this policy is to ensure that the school can operate on a day-to-day basis in an environment that is safe and

More information

Toronto-Dominion Centre. Emergency Information and Response Procedures

Toronto-Dominion Centre. Emergency Information and Response Procedures Toronto-Dominion Centre Emergency Information and Response Procedures Page ii 1 Emergency Information and Response Procedures Round-the-Clock Safety Established in 1995, the Emergency Response team (ERT)

More information

CRISIS MANAGEMENT PLAN

CRISIS MANAGEMENT PLAN The Cuero Independent School District CRISIS MANAGEMENT PLAN 405 Park Heights Cuero, Texas 77954 361-275-1900 Table of Contents Crisis Plan.......................................... 4 Media Procedures...................................

More information

MCC Child Development Center Emergency Procedures

MCC Child Development Center Emergency Procedures MCC Child Development Center Emergency Procedures MCC Child Development Center is committed to uphold the highest standards of health and safety practices for every child in attendance. Staff train and

More information

Emergency Procedures

Emergency Procedures Emergency Procedures August 2012 Introduction This information is disseminated to assist students, faculty, and staff in their ability to respond to different emergencies. This manual should be kept within

More information

CRITICAL/NON CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT AND REPORTING PROCEDURE

CRITICAL/NON CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT AND REPORTING PROCEDURE CRITICAL/NON CRITICAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT AND REPORTING PROCEDURE This procedure must be read in conjunction and interpreted in line with the Critical/Non Critical Incident Management and Reporting policy.

More information

Emergency Response Guide. *Dial 9-9-1-1 (on-campus phone)* Skyline College Public Safety (650) 738-4199

Emergency Response Guide. *Dial 9-9-1-1 (on-campus phone)* Skyline College Public Safety (650) 738-4199 Emergency Response Guide *Dial 9-9-1-1 (on-campus phone)* Skyline College Public Safety (650) 738-4199 Emergency Phone Numbers Emergency: 9-9-1-1. When using any campus phone, you do need to dial 9 first

More information

Hughes School District 2015-2016 Disaster Recovery Plan

Hughes School District 2015-2016 Disaster Recovery Plan Hughes School District Disaster Recovery Plan. 1 Hughes School District 2015-2016 Disaster Recovery Plan On Our way to the Top Quickly Sheryl Owens, Superintendent Hughes School District Disaster Recovery

More information

CRISIS PREPAREDNESS:

CRISIS PREPAREDNESS: : Parents and School Emergencies The safety and security of our students and staff are top priorities for Henrico County Public Schools. henricoschools.us henricoschools.us Contents Introduction...4 What

More information

BRYN MAWR COLLEGE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN Revised 3/17/08 (abridged)

BRYN MAWR COLLEGE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN Revised 3/17/08 (abridged) BRYN MAWR COLLEGE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN Revised 3/17/08 (abridged) This document is a synopsis of the planning and preparation the College has undertaken to handle emergencies in a professional, efficient,

More information

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES GUIDE OFFICE OF SCHOOL FACILITIES & SUPPORT SERVICES SAFETY, SECURITY, & EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS BRANCH

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES GUIDE OFFICE OF SCHOOL FACILITIES & SUPPORT SERVICES SAFETY, SECURITY, & EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS BRANCH EMERGENCY PROCEDURES GUIDE OFFICE OF SCHOOL FACILITIES & SUPPORT SERVICES SAFETY, SECURITY, & EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS BRANCH DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION STATE OF HAWAII RS 10-0431 (Revision of 99-1167) OCTOBER

More information

Reviewed: Revised: 12/09. Page: 1 of 9

Reviewed: Revised: 12/09. Page: 1 of 9 Section: Emergency / Disaster Plan II Title/Subject: Clinic Evacuation Policy Number: Reviewed: Revised: 12/09 Page: 1 of 9 Purpose: The purpose of this Emergency Evacuation Plan is to ensure that the

More information

Implementation Date: May 5, 2009. Table of Contents. Section Description Page. 1.0 Description 1. 2.0 Initial Response 2

Implementation Date: May 5, 2009. Table of Contents. Section Description Page. 1.0 Description 1. 2.0 Initial Response 2 Recommended by Emergency Preparedness Committee: April 21, 2009 Recommended by President s Council: May 1, 2009 Approved by Executive Committee: May 5, 2009 NAIT Procedures CS1.2.6 Flood Implementation

More information

Factors to Consider When Developing an Evacuation Plan

Factors to Consider When Developing an Evacuation Plan The following should be viewed only as suggestions: Factors to Consider When Developing an Evacuation Plan 1. You must identify your document with a specific title and explanation. Example: Evacuation

More information

OCPS Tech Centers Orlando Campus. Annual Security Report

OCPS Tech Centers Orlando Campus. Annual Security Report OCPS Tech Centers Orlando Campus Annual Security Report 2015 2016 1. Current campus policies regarding procedures for students and others to report criminal actions or other emergencies occurring on campus.

More information

CRISIS MANAGEMENT WORKBOOK CRISIS MANAGEMENT CRISIS READINESS. OFFICE OF SECURITY AND RISK MANAGEMENT SERVICES Fairfax County Public Schools

CRISIS MANAGEMENT WORKBOOK CRISIS MANAGEMENT CRISIS READINESS. OFFICE OF SECURITY AND RISK MANAGEMENT SERVICES Fairfax County Public Schools CRISIS MANAGEMENT WORKBOOK PART 1 CRISIS MANAGEMENT PART 2 CRISIS READINESS OFFICE OF SECURITY AND RISK MANAGEMENT SERVICES Fairfax County Public Schools INTRODUCTION This Crisis Management Workbook has

More information

TENANT EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLAN

TENANT EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLAN JSR Management 2800 Corporate Exchange Dr. Suite #025 Columbus, OH 43231 614-882-1515 614-882-2301 fax jsr@jskilken.com TELEPHONE NUMBERS POLICE, FIRE, AMBULANCE 911 MANAGEMENT OFFICE JSR Management 2800

More information

Eastern University Esperanza college 4261 N. 5th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19140 2010 CAMPUS SAFETY AND SECURITY REPORT:

Eastern University Esperanza college 4261 N. 5th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19140 2010 CAMPUS SAFETY AND SECURITY REPORT: Eastern University Esperanza college 4261 N. 5th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19140 Security at Esperanza College 2010 CAMPUS SAFETY AND SECURITY REPORT: Esperanza College of Eastern University is part of

More information

NPCollege Crisis Management Plan Page 1 of 11. Table of Contents

NPCollege Crisis Management Plan Page 1 of 11. Table of Contents NPCollege Crisis Management Plan Page 1 of 11 Table of Contents Introduction 2 A. Preface.. 2 B. Emergency Phone Numbers. 2 C. Public Agency Numbers 2 D. Emergency Team Chart 3 Part One: Emergency Plan..

More information

Administrative Policy Memo No. 9 Attachment C April 2010

Administrative Policy Memo No. 9 Attachment C April 2010 Administrative Policy Memo No. 9 Attachment C April 2010 Emergency Procedures MEDICAL EMERGENCY 2. Assess the situation. 3. Get help. Call 911 from any office/campus phone or 911 from any pay phone (no

More information

Emergency Action Plan

Emergency Action Plan Emergency Action Plan 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN JUSTIFICATION AND COMPONENTS 3 COMPONENETS OF EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN PERSONNEL 3 ROLES OF THE FIRST RESPONDER 4 ACTIVATING

More information

Delgado Community College Public Relations and Marketing. Crisis Communication Plan

Delgado Community College Public Relations and Marketing. Crisis Communication Plan Delgado Community College Public Relations and Marketing Crisis Communication Plan The following crisis communication plan is a specific blueprint to be used in the event of a crisis at Delgado Community

More information

Texas College Emergency Response Plan

Texas College Emergency Response Plan Texas College Emergency Response Plan Table of Contents PREFACE... 4 EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS... 5 CRISIS PROCEDURE CHECKLIST... 6 ABDUCTION... 7 WITNESSED... 7 NOT WITNESSED... 8 ACCIDENT WITH SEVERE

More information

SMITH COLLEGE EMERGENCY PLANNING SUMMER PROGRAMS EMERGENCY PLAN

SMITH COLLEGE EMERGENCY PLANNING SUMMER PROGRAMS EMERGENCY PLAN T (413) 585-2669 F (413) 585-6990 SMITH COLLEGE EMERGENCY PLANNING Overview Smith College currently has in place an Emergency Response Plan, an Emergency Response Team, and a Crisis Management Team. Campus

More information

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES Western Oregon University 345 Monmouth Ave. N. Monmouth, Ore. 97361 503.838.8000 Produced by the Office of Publications and Creative Services August 2015 If you have a disability that may require some

More information

TOOELE COUNTY EMPLOYEES EMERGENCY SAFETY HANDBOOK 2012 REVISION

TOOELE COUNTY EMPLOYEES EMERGENCY SAFETY HANDBOOK 2012 REVISION TOOELE COUNTY EMPLOYEES EMERGENCY SAFETY HANDBOOK 2012 REVISION This handbook has been developed for four reasons: 1) to save lives 2) to assist county officials in meeting OSHA requirements for fire safety

More information

Campus Safety and Security Policy and Fire Safety Report

Campus Safety and Security Policy and Fire Safety Report Campus Safety and Security Policy and PAGE 1 OF 15 INTRODUCTION: This document has been designed to inform all students and employees of Paul Mitchell the School Birmingham about its safety and security

More information

Minnesota Department of Education Model Crisis Management Policy

Minnesota Department of Education Model Crisis Management Policy District Name Date Adopted by School Board Date Revised Minnesota Department of Education Model Crisis Management Policy In accordance with Minnesota Statutes, section 121A.035, the Minnesota Department

More information

Federico Beauty Institute. Campus Safety and Security Handbook

Federico Beauty Institute. Campus Safety and Security Handbook Federico Beauty Institute Campus Safety and Security Handbook I. Campus Geography Federico Beauty Institute is located & controls 1515 Sports Drive, Sacramento, CA 95834. This is The School s only location.

More information

Simcoe Place. Emergency Information and Response Procedures

Simcoe Place. Emergency Information and Response Procedures Simcoe Place Emergency Information and Response Procedures Page i Emergency Information and Response Procedures introduction This manual has been designed and produced for distribution to the occupants

More information

(Sample) Building Emergency Plan

(Sample) Building Emergency Plan (Sample) Building Emergency Plan for XXXXXX 2815 Commons Way Cincinnati, OH 45221 August 2016 University of Cincinnati Department of Public Safety Department a 2 Table of Contents A. Introduction B. Components

More information

University of Prince Edward Island. Emergency Management Plan

University of Prince Edward Island. Emergency Management Plan Emergency Management Plan March 2012 ON CAMPUS Emergency Dial Security Assistance Dial 566-0384 OFF CAMPUS SUPPORT AGENCIES Fire & Ambulance... 9-1-1 Charlottetown Fire Department... 566-5548 Fire Marshal...

More information

MONMOUTH UNIVERSITY POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

MONMOUTH UNIVERSITY POLICIES AND PROCEDURES MONMOUTH UNIVERSITY POLICIES AND PROCEDURES Policy Name: Emergency Shelter at Monmouth University Original Issue Date: July 4, 2004 Revision Date(s): September 21, 2015 September 7, 2009 July 28, 2008

More information

Ferris State University Emergency and Safety Procedures Guide. Dial 911

Ferris State University Emergency and Safety Procedures Guide. Dial 911 Ferris State University Emergency and Safety Procedures Guide REV 08/17/2004 MARSH, USA, Inc If Someone Becomes Ill or is Injured and Requires Medical Attention: Call 911. Give the dispatcher the following

More information

A L A B A M A A & M U N I V E R S I T Y RESIDENCE HALL EMERGENCY GUIDELINES

A L A B A M A A & M U N I V E R S I T Y RESIDENCE HALL EMERGENCY GUIDELINES RESIDENCE HALL EMERGENCY GUIDELINES EMERGENCY INFORMATION In the event of hazardous weather or other natural emergencies, medical alerts, or campus closing or delays student should check their university

More information

LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Policy Bulletin

LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Policy Bulletin TITLE: NUMBER: ISSUER: Incident System Tracking Accountability Report (ISTAR) BUL-5269.2 Michelle King, Senior Deputy Superintendent School Operations Earl R. Perkins, Assistant Superintendent School Operations

More information

Guidelines for Setting up Security Measures to Stop Domestic Violence in the Workplace

Guidelines for Setting up Security Measures to Stop Domestic Violence in the Workplace Guidelines for Setting up Security Measures to Stop Domestic Violence in the Workplace As of June 15, 2010, all employers in Ontario are responsible for protecting workers when domestic violence follows

More information

CVM Emergency Response Document. If EMERGENCY treatment is required call 911 or go to Mercy Health Center Emergency Room at 1823 College Avenue.

CVM Emergency Response Document. If EMERGENCY treatment is required call 911 or go to Mercy Health Center Emergency Room at 1823 College Avenue. Accidents or Injuries Tell your supervisor. CVM Emergency Response Document If EMERGENCY treatment is required call 911 or go to Mercy Health Center Emergency Room at 1823 College Avenue. Non-life threatening

More information

BETTENDORF PUBLIC LIBRARY INFORMATION CENTER EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND FACILITY CLOSURE POLICY

BETTENDORF PUBLIC LIBRARY INFORMATION CENTER EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND FACILITY CLOSURE POLICY BETTENDORF PUBLIC LIBRARY INFORMATION CENTER EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND FACILITY CLOSURE POLICY PURPOSE This policy serves to provide guidelines for staff and patrons to be used in response to an event or

More information

1130 K Street Building - Sacramento Emergency Procedures

1130 K Street Building - Sacramento Emergency Procedures 1130 K Street Building - Sacramento Emergency Procedures EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS IN CASE OF EMERGENCY (Fire Ambulance Police) 911 EMERGENCY USING CELL PHONE (916) 732-0100 Building Security Lobby: (916)

More information

Brentwood Campus Emergency Phone Numbers

Brentwood Campus Emergency Phone Numbers Faculty & Staff Emergency and Safety Procedures Guide Brentwood Campus Emergency Phone Numbers Dial From On Campus: Ext. 10 Dial From Off Campus: 631-273-5112 Police, Fire, EMS: 911 Ver 09/27/11 Gas Leak

More information

This document contains the text of Secretary of the State regulations concerning

This document contains the text of Secretary of the State regulations concerning 1 This document contains the text of Secretary of the State regulations concerning Emergency Contingency Model Plan for Elections (Sections 9-174a-1 to 9-174a-34) This document was created by the Office

More information

LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT REFERENCE GUIDE

LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT REFERENCE GUIDE TITLE: Emergency Drills and Procedures ROUTING Instructional Superintendents NUMBER: ISSUER: REF-5803.2 DATE: August 26, 2013 Michelle King, Senior Deputy Superintendent School Operations Earl R. Perkins,

More information

BETHLEHEM- CENTER SCHOOL DISTRICT

BETHLEHEM- CENTER SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 227 BETHLEHEM- CENTER SCHOOL DISTRICT SECTION: PUPILS TITLE: DRUGS AND ALCOHOL ADOPTED: May 22, 1995 REVISED: February, 2, 2015 227. DRUGS AND ALCOHOL 1. Purpose This policy and its rules, regulations,

More information

Monmouth County Vocational School District. Biotechnology High School CRISIS MANAGEMENT PLAN

Monmouth County Vocational School District. Biotechnology High School CRISIS MANAGEMENT PLAN Crisis Management Monmouth County Vocational School District Biotechnology High School CRISIS MANAGEMENT PLAN September 2011 1 Crisis Management Table of Contents (page 1of 2) District Overview 4 Immediate

More information

Building Security Levels Quick Reference Sheet. Security Level 2 Normal Operations. Business as Usual No known threats

Building Security Levels Quick Reference Sheet. Security Level 2 Normal Operations. Business as Usual No known threats Building Security Levels Quick Reference Sheet Security Level 1 Mass Traffic Security Level 2 Normal Operations Security Level 3 Secured Building Security Level 4 High Security Security Level 5 Lockdown

More information

TABLE TOP EXERCISE PRACTICE DRILLS

TABLE TOP EXERCISE PRACTICE DRILLS TABLE TOP EXERCISE PRACTICE DRILLS SITUATION:_MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT AT SCHOOL I. Step 1: Indicate your role when responding to a crisis: Boardڤ member Maintenance/Safetyڤ Parentڤ Superintendent/Assistantڤ

More information