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Sample Family Emergency Plans Jan 2014

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It is important that with kids at college that the family put together and talk about emergency plans, including call trees, understanding of what and what not to do, etc. and review with the child …

It is important that with kids at college that the family put together and talk about emergency plans, including call trees, understanding of what and what not to do, etc. and review with the child and the family.

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  • 1. Emergency Plans: ______________ Family Updated: January 2014 Possible Emergency Issues RequiringActions: If there is a biological, chemical or catastrophic natural event the __________ family in ________________will shelter in placefor an extended period of time; ________ will stay at University XYZ. If there is a dirty nuclear bomb we will assess the situation and either shelter inplace OR evacuate the area – TBD based on the situation at the time; _____________ will stay at University XYZ. If there is a nuclear blast we will attempt to leave the area in advance or if possible after the detonation. __________ will stay at University XYZ. Emergency Call Tree: Due to whatever the issue could be impacting the area it is important to call out of the area. The goal is within 6 hours of the initial event to contact the list below and give and update. The contact flow will be, __________ / David AND _____kid away at school______will reach out to: 1st – Aunt ____________ (Dad’s sister) Cell Number: _______________; Home Number _________________; Brother In-Law _______________’s Cell ________________ and email _______________________Sisters Address is: ___________________Sister’s Email Information: _____________________ 2nd – Aunt ______________________ (Mom’s sister) Cell Number: _________________ Home Number ________________________. Sister’s address is: _______ ________________________; Sister’s Email Information: _________________________ 3rdClose Friend _______________________ Cell Number: _____________________Friend’s Address ______________________________Friend’s Email Information ___________________ Mom & Dad’s Contact Information:Home Address: __________________________________________ Home #: ____________________________ Cell #’s: Mom’s: ___________________ / Dad: __________________/Sister: ____________________ Email: Mom ________________________/ Dad ________________________/ Sister ________________ College Kid’s Contact Information:University Name, Address, Dorm, Campus Phone; Student’sCell Phone#: ___________________ Students Email: ____________________________ Evacuation Plans: 1. If Mom, Dad & Sister evacuate the area they will first go to University XYZ in VA to get __________________ and regroup to head to the next longer term location. 2. Mom & Dad will go to pick __________________ up at their dorm on campus – _____________ should wait there OR leave instructions there where they are. 3. The Possible Long Term Evacuation Sites: A. University XYA to get _________ and regroup B. To ABC Friends Housein ZZ state C. Aunt ________ House and then farm in XX state