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TEAM MEMBER RESPONSIBILITIES
1.
EMERGENCY DIRECTOR:
A.
Is responsible for the overall direction of the College emergency response.
B.
Works with Assistant Emergency Director and others in assessing the
emergency and preparing the College’s specific response.
C.
Declares and ends, when appropriate, the campus state of emergency as
provided for in this guide.
D.
Notifies and conducts liaison activities with the College administration,
governmental agencies, Emergency Response Team, and others as necessary.
E.
Notifies and conducts liaison activities with appropriate outside
organizations such as fire, police, etc.
F.
Ensures that appropriate notification is made to off-campus staff when
necessary.
G.
Performs other related duties as may be directed by virtue of the campus
emergency.
H.
Prepares and submits a report to the President describing the final outcome
of the emergency.
I.
Informs everyone in possession of Emergency Manuals of procedural or
personnel changes.
2.
ASSISTANT EMERGENCY DIRECTOR:
(
or supervisor on duty until relieved)
A.
Responsible for the overall coordination of the College emergency response.
B.
Determines the type and magnitude of the emergency and establishes the
appropriate emergency command post.
C.
Initiates immediate contact with the Emergency Director and begins
assessment of the College’s condition.
D.
Notifies and utilizes police, Campus Police, and other emergency resources.
E.
Notifies members of the Emergency Response Team and advises them of the
nature of the emergency.
3.
CAMPUS POLICE:
A.
Maintains the Campus Police Office in a constant state of readiness.
B.
Notifies College administrators of major emergencies.
C.
Monitors campus emergency warning and evaluation system.
D.
Establishes an
Emergency Command Post
as follows.
FIELD EMERGENCY COMMAND POST
During small-scale incidents, a patrol vehicle or small office is to be used
until the emergency ends. The “Field Emergency Command Post should
have the following equipment: