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0 University of California, Santa Barbara 07/10/2013 UCSB Emergency Operations Plan123 Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) Table of Contents Plan Maintenance, Distribution and Revision………………………………………..4 I. Introduction ....................................................................................... 5 - 11 a) Purpose ..................................................................................................... 5 b) Format ....................................................................................................... 9 c) Authority .................................................................................................... 9 d) Proclamation of Campus State of Emergency ........................................... 9 e) Emergency Services Vision, Mission and Objectives Statement ............. 10 f) Hazard Identification, Mitigation, Preparedness, Continuity, Response & Recovery Performance Objectives ..................................... 11 II. Management of Emergency Operations ......................................... 13 - 16 a) Incident Command System ...................................................................... 13 b) Command Authority & Reporting Structure .............................................. 13 c) ICS Organization ..................................................................................... 14 III. Activation of the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) ................ 17 - 23 a) Emergency Level Classification ............................................................... 17 b) Activation of the EOC .............................................................................. 17 c) Communication between the EOC & Department Operations Center ..... 18 d) Emergency Notification and Timely Warnings ......................................... 18 e) UCSB Community Notification ................................................................. 23 IV. Campus Emergency Operations: Concept, Structure & Action ... 25 - 28 a) Functional Organization ........................................................................... 25 b) Role of Students ...................................................................................... 25 c) Role of Faculty & Staff ............................................................................. 25 d) Role of Departmental Safety Representatives ......................................... 26 e) Role of the Campus Emergency Response Team (CERT) ...................... 26 f) Role of D&C Damage Assessment Teams .............................................. 26 g) Department Emergency Operations Plans .............................................. 26 h) Department/Unit Continuity Plans ............................................................ 27 i) Relaying Status Information Back to Department/Units from the EOC .... 27 V. Off-Campus Assistance & Mutual Aid ................................................... 29 a) Inter-Campus ........................................................................................... 29 b) Non-University ......................................................................................... 29 VI. EOC Activation & Deactivation Guidelines ....................................... 31-36 VII. Forms and Checklists ......................................................................... 37-90 a) Proclamation of a Campus State of Emergency Form ............................. 37 b) EOC Position Checklists ..................................................................... 39-884 Plan Maintenance, Distribution and Revision The Emergency & Continuity Services Program is responsible for maintaining this plan. The plan was developed to serve as a dynamic document. Thus, it will be updated on an on-going basis and will receive formal review every 12 months. Record of Changes Revision # Issue Date Summary of Revisions 12/12/2012 12/12/2012 Major update 07/10/2013 07/11/2013 Minor update Initial distribution and plan updates will be made to the following recipients: EOP Recipient Location (of copies) # of Plans Emergency & Continuity Services EH&S Building 565, Room 1023 1(Master) Emergency Operations Center (EOC) EH&S Building 565, Room 1000 8 Alternate Emergency Operations Center H&RS Loma Pelona 8 Executive Policy Group See staffing list 8 EOC Management Team See staffing list 4 Santa Barbara County Office of Emergency Management Office of Emergency Management 4408 Cathedral Oaks Road Santa Barbara, CA 93110 Phone: (805) 681-5526 Fax: (805) 681-5592 15 I. Introduction A. PURPOSE The purpose of the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) is to establish policies, procedures and an organizational structure for the mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery of emergency events impacting UCSB. The UCSB Emergency Operations Plan incorporates the components of the Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS), as described by California Government Code 8607(a) and the federal National Incident Management System (NIMS) as described in Department of Homeland Security document titled, National Incident Management System, dated March 1, 2004. SEMS and NIMS require the use of standard protocols and the use of common terminology and a command structure known as the Incident Command System (ICS). The required components of SEMS and NIMS are reflected within this Emergency Operations Plan. The Plan also incorporates the Policy on Safeguards, Security and Emergency Management and directives concerning the following required components of campus emergency preparedness programs as described in the University of California Facilities Manual (Volume 6: Chapter 4 Plant Administration). Emergency Preparedness Program A comprehensive and effective facility preparedness program shall consist of the following thirteen (13) components encompassing emergency preparedness, response, and recovery: 1. Designate a responsible official with full authority to implement a facility emergency preparedness program. 2. Develop a written facility-wide emergency operations plan including call-up notification, mobilization, response, and initial recovery operations. The facility emergency operations plan shall include the following components: - A warning and notification system - Communications


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