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CAMPUS EMERGENCY PLAN

In any emergency, UCCS' overriding goals are to:

  • Protect life
  • Secure critical infrastructure and facilities
  • Resume teaching and research programs

At UCCS, planning for emergencies is part of normal business planning and campus life, and all members of the campus community share a responsibility for preparedness. An emergency can strike anytime or anywhere and a disaster will affect everyone. Therefore:

  • All campus units are expected to maintain a Department Emergency Plan to protect personnel and programs, and to support campus emergency response and recovery.
  • All employees and students have a personal responsibility for knowing what to do before, during and after an emergency in order to ensure their personal safety and protect their work.
  • The University maintains a comprehensive emergency preparedness education and training program to mitigate potential hazards and to familiarize students and employees with emergency procedures.

For more information on campus emergency preparedness and quick reference information, visit the website at http://www.uccs.edu/~pusafety/emerplan.



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Last updated by Claudia Ryan on September 12, 2006.

2006 Report Index

Access to Facilities 24-25
Alcohol & Drug Policy 18-20
Campus Emergency Plan 26
Campus and Community Resources 29
Campus Safety and Security Report 14-17
Crime Prevention Programs 11-13
Crime Statistics 16-17
Law Enforcement Authority 7
Maintenance of Facilities 24-25
Publications Listing 28
Reporting Crimes and Emergencies 5-7
Sexual Assault Reporting Procedures 7-8
Sexual Harassment Policy 9
Sex Offender Information 9-10
Student Code of Conduct 22-23
Victim Assistance 7
Weapons Policy 20-21

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