Emergency Response Training

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Emergency Response Training

  1. 1. Tulsa Community College Emergency Response Training
  2. 2. Four Types of Emergencies
  3. 3. Standard Response Protocol Secure the Perimeter Locks, Lights, Out of Sight To the Stated Location As needed for specific hazards
  4. 4. Lockout  Recovers all students from outside the building, secures the building perimeter and locks all outside doors.  Implemented when there is a threat or hazard outside of the building.
  5. 5. Incidents Requiring a Lockout  Criminal Activity  Robbery  High speed chase  Suspicious person  Dangerous animal near school  Civil unrest, such as riots or demonstrations  Custody issue
  6. 6. Example of a Lockout Police car chase on Capitol Hill
  7. 7. Lockdown  Going into any room (classroom, office, storage) that has a door. If there is no lock, use items in the room to barricade the door.  Locks, Lights, Out of Sight.
  8. 8. Incidents Requiring a Lockdown  Physical altercation.  Gunshots directed at, or near, the college campus.  Hazardous chemical spills.  Electrical conditions or disasters close to the college campus.  Intruder on Campus/Active Shooter.
  9. 9. Example of a Lockdown Santa Monica College lockdown after gunman entered the library.
  10. 10. Steps to Take During Lockdown  Locks – Lock doors and windows.  Barricade the door with any heavy objects nearby.  Do not allow anyone to enter.  Have an escape plan in mind should the threat approach.  Use self-defense if necessary.  Lights – Turn off lights.  Close blinds.
  11. 11. Steps to Take During Lockdown  Out of Sight – Get on the floor.  Silence cell phones.  Cover vs. Concealment  Cover offers protection from gunfire.   Brick buildings, thick tree trunks, large pipes. Concealment prevents an enemy from seeing you.  Dark area, furniture, walls.
  12. 12. Evacuate  Utilized to move occupants and staff from one location to another.  When being evacuated:  Leave belongings behind.  Form a single file line.  Keep hands visible.  Listen to commands given.  Communicate important information.  Search for alternate evacuation routes.
  13. 13. Incidents Requiring Evacuation  Intruder on Campus/Active Shooter  Fire  Contamination due to hazardous materials  Weather related ( earthquake, winter weather)
  14. 14. Example of an Evacuation Metro Campus Fire
  15. 15. Example of an Evacuation cont’d Chemical Spill on USC Health Campus Prompts Evacuations Watertown, MA evacuation in the neighborhood where the Boston Marathon bombing suspect was hiding.
  16. 16. Shelter  Shelter is called when the need for personal protection is necessary.
  17. 17. Incidents Requiring to Shelter  Tornado  Earthquake  Hazardous Materials  Blizzard  Intruder on Campus/Active Shooter
  18. 18. Example of a Shelter Moore, OK tornado aftermath
  19. 19. Intruder on Campus/ Active Shooter  Response to an IOC/Active Shooter could be any of the 4 protocols, depending where the threat is located.
  20. 20. Run, Hide, Fight
  21. 21. Emergency Preparedness • Mentally prepare yourself before an emergency occurs. • Take a deep breath and evaluate the situation. • Remain calm and quiet. • Be aware of your surroundings. • Be aware of exits or possible “safe” places. • Help others if possible. • Role play your possible actions during an emergency. • Play the “what if” game in your work area and other parts of the campus.
  22. 22. Actual Message  Attention!!!  Attention!!!  This is an Emergency _________ for the ______________.  This is an Emergency _________for the ______________.  Please only contact Campus Police to provide information about the situation. Inquiries about the emergency only hinder responders.  Please let us know if you don’t have a phone in your classroom.
  23. 23. ALL CLEAR Announcement  After the emergency has been resolved.  The announcement will be made either over the intercom or in person by a uniformed police officer.
  24. 24. Campus Police  TCC Campus Police is a Police entity – we have the same authority as a city police department. Our best resource is YOU!!
  25. 25. Reporting Unusual Behavior  Threats of violence.  Strange or unlawful behavior.  Call Campus Police immediately. 918-595-8888
  26. 26. https://tcc.bbcportal.com/
  27. 27. There is no A. B. C. Every situation will constitute a different response depending on the threat. Thinking through numerous possibilities now will better prepare you for a real event.
  28. 28. Remember You don’t choose tragedy, but you can choose your response.

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