Public Safety

Campus Emergency Operations Plan - rev 2012

The campus Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) is intended to identify the roles, responsibilities, and actions required of campus departments and divisions in preparing for and responding to emergencies and disasters. The plan helps ensure a coordinated response by the campus in managing emergencies and disasters, save lives, prevent injuries, and protect property and the environment. The EOP is not meant to replace individual department or division standard operating procedures, but rather to serve as a framework from which to draw when a situation overwhelms the capabilities of a single department or division.

Each link below will open a PDF version for the section described:

UCCS EOP Base Plan rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab A ESF 1 Transportation rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab B ESF 2 Communications and Warning rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab C ESF 3 Public Works and Engineering rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab D ESF 5 Emergency Management rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab E ESF 6 Mass Care rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab F ESF 7 Resource Management rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab G ESF 8 Public Health rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab H ESF 8a Mental Health rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab I ESF 10 Hazardous Materials rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab J ESF 11 Food and Water rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab K ESF 12 Energy rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab L ESF 13 Public Safety rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab M ESF 14 Recovery rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab N ESF 15 External Affairs rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab O IA 1 Catastrophic Incident rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab P IA 2 Cyber or Technology Emergencies rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab Q IA 3 Hazardous Materials Release rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab R IA 4 Severe Weather rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab S IA 5 Wildfire rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab T IA 6 Campus Evacuation rev 2012
UCCS EOP Tab W Glossary rev 2012

Training and Planning Resources
The Department of Public Safety, including Emergency Management, provides training and planning support for a variety of topics each year. If you are interested in an opportunity for your department, class, or student group, please contact us at 255.3106 or via email at to determine how we can best support you in becoming more prepared for emergencies. Here are just a few examples of common topics we provide training and/or planning for:

  • Department Emergency Action Plans
  • Evacuations and Shelter-In-Place
  • Fire Extinguisher Use
  • Dealing With Difficult People
  • Personal Preparedness Planning
  • Continuity Of Operations Planning

Floor Coordinators
The Floor Coordinator program is comprised of volunteers across campus who serve as a point of contact to Emergency Management for their building and/or floor. Floor Coordinators assist us in maintaining a basic emergency plan and contact information for their respective departments or areas. Many Floor Coordinators also serve on the Emergency Preparedness Advisory Committee (EPAC), but this is not a requirement to participate in this volunteer opportunity.

If you would like more information on this program, more information on the Floor Coordinator for your building/floor, or would like to volunteer as a Floor Coordinator, please contact us at 255.3288 or via email at

Floor Coordinator Planning Resources
To develop your floor emergency plan, click the link below to download the WORD document, fill in appropriate information, and email the finished document to

Last updated:  1/22/2016