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Emergency Operations Plan (EOP)  

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This updated version of the EOP features links and buttons to simplify navigation:


  • Click any item in the main table of contents (Pages 1 and 2) to go to that section.
  • Click any item in the list of Incident Command Forms (Page 97) to go to that form.
  • Click the page header on any page to return to the first page of that section.
  • Click any of the buttons in the upper left corner of each page to move forward (>) and backward (<) one page at a time, go to the first page (1) of the document, and go back (<<) to a previous page. The latter is helpful, for example, when you've navigated from a link on the table of contents page and want to return there.


Note: This update is compatible with the latest version of Acrobat and may not work correctly in previous versions. Navigation features work best when the PDF is saved to your computer, as opposed to viewing it only within a web browser.

Emergency Response Quick Reference Guide  

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This updated version of the Emergency Response Quick Reference Guide provides a concise overview of a variety of potential emergency scenarios and the steps you can take to make rapid and informed decisions. It includes easy-to-follow recommendations for immediate response based on the wisdom and experience of first responders throughout the country. The information in this guide is a derivative product of the Emergency Operations Plan (above) and is not intended to supplant procedures or requirements contained within the basic plan.

Exits and Emergency Evacuation Sites

In each classroom or lab, identify the exit(s). Take note of alternate exits such as windows. Locate the Emergency Evacuation site designated for your building. Evacuation maps should be located near the exits of your building. After reaching your evacuation site your instructor will conduct a roll call and report any discrepancies to incident command staff. Assist those in need or disabled to safely exit the facility. Reference evacuation map, avoid elevators and be aware of alternate exit routes.