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Call Maintenance Customer Service at (650) 723-2281 and give the following information: Location of the leak (building, floor, room number, etc. Call (650) 725-5555, the Stanford Emergency Information Hotline. Extra caution is required any time you are excited, worried, or distracted by an emergency. Smooth For any Exposure Incident, the following steps shall be taken: Reporting form: if an accident involving a sharps occurs with potential exposure to bloodborne pathogens, complete an SU-17 Incident Investigation Report. Check in at the designated Emergency Assembly Point (EAP) for the building you are in. ), If you know the source of the water and are confident of your ability to stop it (unclog the drain, turn off the water, etc. Immediately contact your supervisor or local Human Resources staff with any questions concerning illness or injury at work or visit the Risk Management Website: http://web.stanford.edu/dept/Risk-Management/docs/workcompben.shtml for more information. Toll Free: (844) 253-7878 or 844-AlertSU Standby for periodic updates. Notify the police by calling 9-911 (911 from non-campus or cell phones) and provide the following information: Remain calm, be polite and cooperate with your captors, Observe the captors and try to memorize their physical traits, clothing or other details that can help provide a description. When they do happen, these events are generally short lived, only a few hours at most. Report serious injuries, fires, or other hazards to the Response Team member for the area at your EAP. Note height, weight, sex, color, approximate age, clothing, method and direction of travel, and name if known. Watch him/her only if it is safe to do so. Find all emergency services in and around Stanford. �t�f�S�jx�Ҳ�M�Kv�6���f!Y*jS�\�j7���r�HKRQ���D�TԺ �?�z�-�w.����9�B�[v�z�5�^謍^t�Z�.�^i���O�u@1٪��r�4���HN]W&N?�t��Ǚ�b)}��+Qw�{���?��$!�>�J���͢��~[|>ڟ�?È=�����-�P#����"^Q���LM W���"?�@�. 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Squeaky If a suspicious person is seen roaming around, or suspicious calls are received, contact the police immediately. If it is safe to do so, leave your building and the vicinity of where the disturbance is occurring, If Public Safety staff directs faculty, staff, and students to remain indoors, refer to the “Shelter in Place” procedure contained in this booklet. Consult Evacuation Procedures for additional information. Be sure to include pets and those with special needs and pets. Rapid If possible, signal a colleague to phone 911 for you (out of earshot of the caller), or call as soon as the caller hangs up. Do not try to force the doors open or attempt to get out of the elevator on your own. This page has several resources that will help you in creating a robust emergency … *OJm�{ hQ&;�-�Z/R���VuS����m8p.�I� 9 7m�� u�,�v� There also will be regular updates via the university’s home page https://www.stanford.edu, Stanford Report http://news.stanford.edu, Vaden Health Center http://vaden.stanford.edu, and the Stanford University Emergency Information website: https://emergency.stanford.edu. Do not hang up the phone. Educated All university provided cell phones are required to be listed in your directory information. %%+ -dEmbedAllFonts=true -dSubsetFonts=true -dCompressFonts=true -dNOPAUSE -dQUIET -dBATCH ? Response time is an important aspect of emergency response. Remain under cover until the threat has passed or you have been advised by law enforcement that it is safe to exit, Activate registered cell phones** (in silent mode) to receive campus emergency notifications that may be sent through the AlertSU system, Avoid provoking or obstructing the demonstrators, Stay away from glass doors or windows. Generally, IRB approval is required prior to conducting human subject research. If the caller makes a “bomb threat,” try to keep the caller on the phone and talking by asking the following questions: Description of Caller: Male or Female The EOC will work closely with each of the local Department Operation Centers (DOC) in responding to and recovering from a major emergency. National Hazard Risk Reduction 3. Note their locations and report them  at the designated Emergency Assembly Point (EAP), Do not re-enter buildings until emergency management personnel has given clearance to return, Await instructions, be patient, and help others, Be prepared for aftershocks; these may occur seconds, minutes, hours or days after the initial shock. ready for when an emergency occurs. ), Remove contaminated clothing, if applicable, Use eyewash or emergency shower for a full 15 minutes to flush the affected area, Call EH&S at (650) 725-9999, and provide that same information as above, Arrange for someone to meet the emergency responders, Follow instructions provided by the emergency responders. Due to varying conditions some messages may arrive sooner than others. Evacuate to your assigned EAP, if necessary. More information about the AlertSU system is available at http://alertsu.stanford.edu. Gymnasium Regular maintenance of all elevators in university buildings is conducted to minimize the chance of failure. Use a wet cloth, if possible, to cover your nose and mouth, Use the back of your hand to feel the upper, lower, and middle parts of closed doors. If the AlertSU or the university’s Outdoor Warning System is activated, follow the instructions immediately: For updated information and instructions during an emergency, visit https://emergency.stanford.edu/. (Dense-weave cotton material can act as a good filter. To create the current Emergency Manu al, the Stanford Anesthesia Cognitive Aid Group was formed. 4 Recovery The coordinated efforts and processes to bring about the immediate, medium-term and long-term regeneration of a community following an emergency. While exiting, pull the fire alarm, check for fire, note other hazards and any remaining personnel, Take your emergency supplies, car keys, purse, and/or wallet and other personal items, if it is safe to do so, Consult the Evacuation Procedure section of this booklet for additional instructions. The following guidelines assume that the scope of the emergency will permit effective response. Keep listening to the radio or the television until you are told all is safe or you are told to evacuate. If you have children, talk with your schools or day care providers about their emergency procedures. Remember to always lock your car. Call 9-911 from Stanford University phones (911 from non-campus or cell phones) and give the following information: Location of the fire or area blocked (building, floor, room number, etc. Other, Background Noises: 1 Emergency Background and Resources 1.1 Introduction. Run BSC 10 minutes after cleanup before resuming work or turning BSC off; Evacuate Room – insure all personnel are accounted for and that doors are closed. You are instructed to leave by emergency responders, your supervisor, or the Response Team member for your area. In the event that the university’s IT systems are down, the university maintains a mirror of the emergency website at an offsite location. Do not attempt to talk with or remove the individual yourself. In the event of an emergency closure please call your local contact or hotline for information on the operating status of your local business unit. Tavern/Bar Note: Do not hang up until the dispatcher does. The Office of Emergency Management (OEM) is a shared service between Stanford Health Care and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital. ), do so cautiously, If there are electrical appliances or outlets near the leak, avoid contact, If there is any possible danger, evacuate the area, Secure vital equipment, records, and hazardous materials by moving them to higher, safer ground, Shut off all non-essential electrical equipment. By having a solid personal safety plan in place, you will be better able to help the university if you are not worrying about your loved ones. The Stanford University Emergency Response Guide for Faculty and Staff has been coordinated with all applicable departments and approved by the Environmental Health and Safety Department. ), If possible, use a whistle to signal rescuers, Take your emergency supplies, car keys, purse, and/or wallet and other personal items if it is safe to do so, Do not attempt to save possessions at the risk of personal injury, While exiting, pull the fire alarm and note other hazards and any remaining personnel. Other, Language: When multiple modes are used, they may not arrive at the same time. Out of state: (844) 253-7878 or 844-AlertSU, SLAC Emergency Hotline: (877) 447-SLAC (7522), If you are reasonably sure you can escape without being harmed, do so, Shut off lights and lock all windows and doors and stay out of sight, One person in the room should call the police at 9-911 (911 from non-campus or cell phones, Wait to leave until given instructions to do so by law enforcement via phone or other contact. Note: Do not hang up until the dispatcher advises you to disconnect. The greatest concern in the event of a civil disturbance is the potential impact on the safety of students, faculty and staff. The steps you take before, during and after an earthquake will help make you safer and reduce injuries, damage and losses. In the event that a pandemic poses a threat to the university community, campus officials will issue regular updates through the use of the web, email, telephone and other media, depending upon their continued availability. ), Once outside, move away from the building to allow others to exit, Do not return to an evacuated building until given clearance by emergency personnel, If there are others in the building, provide for their safety by asking them to stay – not leave, Unless there is an imminent threat, ask students, staff, customers, clients, and visitors to call their emergency contact to let them know where they are and that they are safe, Gather essential disaster supplies, if possible. Do not make stops or side trips. Voices A more extensive decontamination of the BSC may be required. Avoid overcrowding by selecting several rooms if necessary. If you decide to charge an individual armed with a gun to overpower or disarm him/her, running in a zigzag fashion will diminish the shooter’s accuracy. Go to https://stanfordyou.stanford.edu (staff/faculty) or https://axess.stanford.edu/ (students) and make sure your personal contact information is registered with AlertSU. Germs are often spread when a person touches something that is contaminated with germs, and then touches his or her eyes, nose or mouth. Call 9-911 from Stanford University phones (911 from non-campus or cell phones). The local DOCs will then communicate with the departments under their control. If poisoning is suspected, contact the Poison Control Center at 800-222-1222. If you expect to stay somewhere other than your home in an emergency, be sure your supervisor knows how to reach you. The requirement for this plan is established in SURF’s Emergency Management policy. Emotional Pandemic flu is different. You might add to the person’s distress or fears, increasing the risk of medical shock. Irrational If you need emergency medical help call 911 (9-911 from a campus telephone) or press the red button on a blue emergency tower on Stanford's campus to connect immediately with an emergency dispatcher. University officials may call for evacuation in specific areas at greatest risk. Earthquake kits of food, water and other supplies can be used during Shelter in Place events. Remain out of laboratory for at least 30 minutes. Raise both your hands over your head when approached or confronted by emergency responders. -P- -dSAFER -dCompatibilityLevel=1.4 -dAutoRotatePages=/None -dPDFSETTINGS=/default -dDetectDuplicateImages=true Tune in to KZSU 90.1 or log on to: http://kzsu.stanford.edu/. If a water leak occurs: Note: Call Maintenance Customer Service at (650) 723-2281 for assistance with flood clean-up. • Call 9-911 from Stanford University phones (911 from non-campus or cell phones). Baby The university also will provide updated information to the appropriate media outlets. For campus emergency information: For area emergency information, follow reports on “Emergency Alert System” radio (e.g., KCBS 740 AM) and television news broadcasts. Aiding Thousands of Disaster Victims. AlertSU is the university’s mass notification system. Activate registered cell phones** to receive campus emergency notifications that may be sent through the AlertSU system. In the event of a power outage, the elevator should return to a pre-designated floor and the doors will open automatically. The resource section of this guide contains a link to all university EAP sites as well as links to other valuable information. Wear a laboratory coat, safety glasses and gloves during cleanup, Remove rotors and buckets to nearest BSC for cleanup, Thoroughly disinfect inside of centrifuge, To prevent a spill, transport labeled biohazardous material in an unbreakable, well-sealed primary container placed inside of a second unbreakable, lidded container (cooler, plastic pan or pail) labeled with the biohazard symbol, Should a spill occur in a public area, do not attempt to clean it up without appropriate PPE, Secure the area, keeping all people well clear of the spill, Call EHS at (650) 724-0448 to assist in cleanup, Stand by during spill response and cleanup activity and provide assistance only as requested or as necessary. Do not attempt to confront or talk with the individuals causing the disturbance. Exit by the nearest safe exit/stairwell. If you observe what you believe to be an unauthorized release of any pollutants to the environment, call the Stanford Environmental Health and Safety Department (EH&S) immediately at (650) 725-9999. DO NOT USE THE ELEVATOR. 5 0 obj Share. Bleach is recommended as a standard disinfectant, however, other disinfectants may be used provided they are effective against the particular agents, along with the appropriate dilution and contact time. (Use gloves while cleaning.). Dispose of all towels or absorbent materials using appropriate biohazardous waste disposal procedures. Deliberate Uneducated Call 9-911 from a campus phone or 911 from a cell phone. New Zealand communities are at risk from a broad range of hazards. (Dense-weave cotton material can act as a good filter. Put notice on door informing personnel of spill and not to enter. If it is safe to do so, take your emergency supplies, car keys, purse and/or wallet, and other personal items (depending on the situation, re-entry to the building may not be available for some time), Shut down all hazardous operations, if safe to do so. If you cannot speak, leave the line open so law enforcement can listen to what is taking place. If AlertSU is activated, you will receive emergency notifications via the contact points listed in your Stanford directory records. Righteous ), Lock your door and lock your filing cabinets, desk, etc., whenever you leave your office or workspace, Always keep the door to your room locked when you are working alone. There are a variety of situations which could occur on campus that may require evacuation of a building. Members of the Stanford medical community have formed the Stanford Emergency Medicine Program for Emergency Response (S.E.M.P.E.R) in order to more swiftly react to disasters worldwide. Try to establish a relationship with your captors and get them to know you. Promptly write down everything you can remember about receiving the letter or parcel, or finding the object, including all people who were in the area of the object. During a disaster, buildings, ground and objects can move, fall, break, or burn, causing injury or property damage. Be sure they call the police out of earshot of caller. Intelligent Follow instructions from the 911 dispatcher, Make a note of, but do not touch, anything unusual or out of place in your work area, Report anything unusual to 9-911 from Stanford University phones (911 from non-campus or cell phones), Go directly to the designated Emergency Assembly Point (EAP) for the building you are in and check in, If medical attention is needed, go to the Stanford University Occupational Health Clinic (non-life threatening incidents) or to the Stanford Hospital Emergency Department for medical emergencies or after hours, If there has been a needlestick/puncture, wash the affected area with antiseptic soap and warm water for 15 minutes, For a mucous membrane exposure, flush the affected area for 15 minutes using an eyewash, If a spill has occurred, contain and initiate clean up (see below), Notify PI, manager or supervisor to initiate accident or exposure incident report. Use the Phone Threat Report on the following page to record caller information and as many details as you can remember. Register your personal contact information in StanfordYou for use by the AlertSU system. This is also often seen in government agencies where there is a tendency not to notice a potential disaster until it strikes. Nervous stream Your chances for survival increase since the individual is not expecting this sudden reaction. Birds Remain where you are until a police officer arrives, Persons committing the crime/creating the disturbance, Be observant and aware of your surroundings at all times, Keep a list of emergency numbers with you, If you feel uneasy about a stranger or unusual noise, call police at 9-911 from Stanford University phones (911 from non-campus or cell phones), Secure valuables (purse, wallets, backpacks, briefcase, PDAs, laptop computers, and cell phone, etc. The “4Rs” of emergency management and their application within the parish. Ideally, mitigation should occur before an emergency happens. Crawl if necessary. If the door is hot or smoke is visible, do not open the door. ��J8�(b�µ���=���?..�B�f��� 'c�_��y�w"j�}( ��� ��IJv@�7�kx�50�A�jZ�c���\_2'��ף�����s��ݢX�+:��%(��T�`� �Ӿh���甼�#� Mitigation is preventing disasters or taking steps to lessen the impact of unavoidable disasters. Look for another way out. ), Indicate whether any people or equipment are involved or are in imminent danger, Only activate the Fire Alarm if there is a fire in your building, Do not use plumbing, light switches, or gas until utility lines have been checked, Replace telephone handsets on cradles and avoid using phones for non-emergency purposes, Stay on campus until you have been accounted for and instructed that it is safe to leave, Roads may have been damaged or blocked by debris, so travel may be dangerous, If a window is available, place an article of clothing (shirt, coat, etc.) Now is the time to become familiar with the designated Emergency Assembly Point (EAP) for your local area, in the event that a building evacuation becomes necessary. Develop a personal emergency plan with your family/roommates. 2.2 Emergency Notification and Response A situation is an emergency if it poses a serious threat to human health or the environment. Clean up the spill yourself if it is less than 1 ounce (30 ml) and you have knowledge of the material and proper equipment and training. Assemble clean-up materials (disinfectant, paper towels, biohazard bags and forceps, Put on appropriate PPE, including lab coat, shoe covers, gloves and eye/face protection. If they refuse, call the police at 9-911 (911 from non-campus or cell phones), If you are instructed to evacuate, and it is safe to do so, secure your work area, log off computers, and secure sensitive files. Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) or Public Safety will contact the Department Operations Center (DOC) representatives in each school or department with relevant information as it becomes available. Please refer to the Vaden website or the Benefits Department website for information on mental health resources for Stanford University. Do not leave valuables in plain sight in your car; remove all briefcases, computer cases, tote bags, gym bags, and all electronic accessories. Do not investigate a suspicious person or noise outside by yourself. When you get there, notify a relative or friend that you have arrived safely. Captors are less likely to harm you if they respect you. It serves the San Mateo and Santa Clara County communities and is a transfer center for facilities across and beyond the state of California that need the specialized expertise that Stanford … Leave the line open. This provides vital information to investigating police officers. Reduction Hazards and Risks. Note SLAC employees are also registered in Stanford’s . ), If anyone is injured or exposed to material, Yell for help from others. Remain inside the building until it is safe to exit. Remain there until roll has been taken and you have been released by emergency responders. Angry Founded in 2010, Stanford Emergency Medicine Program for Emergency Response (SEMPER) has provided aid and care to thousands around the world, aiding relief efforts, training leaders, and developing new research to end human suffering. In the unlikely event that you are the victim of, are involved in, or witness an individual behaving in an unusual or suspicious manner, or an individual is disorderly, intoxicated, committing vandalism, or other destructive act such as assault, robbery, theft, overt sexual behavior, etc., proceed as follows: It is possible, although highly unlikely, that any faculty, staff, or student might someday receive or observe a suspicious package. Cover your mouth and nose with tissue when coughing or sneezing. Don’t open, smell, touch or taste. Quiet If a spill is identified after the centrifuge lid is opened, carefully close the lid, evacuate the laboratory and close the laboratory door. Stay inside under cover until shaking stops, As you leave the area, and if safe to do so, turn off and disconnect power to equipment containing hazardous materials unless needed to keep process or experiment safe, Make note of any unsafe conditions, trapped personnel or other hazards to be reported when you evacuate to your EAP, Move to an open area away from buildings, trees, electrical/overhead wires, and other hazards, If forced to stand near a building, watch for falling objects, Stop your vehicle in the nearest open area without blocking the roadway, Do not stop under bridges, overpasses, or overhead wires, Stay in the vehicle until the shaking stops, When in doubt, evacuate the building and assess the situation before taking further action. The Four R’s of Emergency & Risk Communications Management. Make sure you have adequate supplies at home and in your car for emergencies: Keep your car’s gas tank at least half full at all times, Be sure you have plenty of gas to get to your destination, even with major traffic delays, Have enough cash on hand for several days’ needs, Keep adequate prescription medications on hand, In your home emergency kit, always keep at least a 72 hour supply of food (pre-cooked canned goods, granola bars, etc.) If the spill is considered too large or too dangerous for laboratory personnel to safely clean up, secure the entire laboratory and call EH&S (650) 723-0448 immediately for assistance. For information about the university’s pandemic plan, visit https://ehs.stanford.edu. T�^���O�:V'JzY���*� �����-Q*1#��j�v���32N�P����)�G�F):J��M[e$�M�!����NjKQB5�:t锖��:D�j���i����l�D�[U��鷧�炀$=9;��ɷg�O�prv����}�t���/l� ~|�Q��ӿ:�_|u�=U�M$�>#:��`@�DP[�HU"�x�����,��@���~j�5Uv��X�� Emergency Response Guidelines. 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