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a.
Barricades, barrier tape
b.
Portable hand-held radios
c.
Portable public address system
d.
First-aid kit
e.
Campus/local/Yellow Pages telephone directories
GENERAL EMERGENCY COMMAND POST
During large-scale incidents a command post will be established at the
Campus Police Office if it is available. If unavailable, the Emergency
Director will select an appropriate alternate location.
4.
HUMAN RESOURCES:
A.
Provides and maintains human resources needed for the duration of the
incident.
B.
Assesses the needs and provides human resources dealing with the
aftermath of incident.
5.
PERSONAL COUNSELING:
Provides counseling as needed.
6.
DAMAGE CONTROL:
A.
Provides equipment and personnel to perform shutdown procedures,
hazardous area control, barricades, damage assessment, debris clearance,
emergency repairs and equipment protection.
B.
Provides vehicles, equipment operators for movement of personnel and
supplies, assigns vehicles as required to Emergency Response Team for
emergency use.
C.
Obtains the assistance of utility companies as required for emergency
operations.
D.
Furnishes emergency power and lighting system as required.
7.
STUDENT DEVELOPMENT:
A.
Is present at emergency to provide students and parents with information
concerning emergency.
B.
Assists student population in responding appropriately to the emergency.