Marshal Emergency Response Procedures

TYPE OF EMERGENCY EMERGENCY DESCRIPTION ACTION TYPE
Earthquake A significant earthquake strikes the area

Shelter-in-Place

Evacuate only if there is significant structural damage

Fire A fire breaks out inside the building Evacuate
Gas Leak / Explosion A gas line ruptures either externally or internally causing gas to escape and / or leading to an explosion

Shelter-in-Place if the leak is outside the building

Evacuate if the gas leak is inside the building

Water Damage A pipe bursts causing water to leak onto a floor or create a flood; possible electrical hazard Evacuate the damage area. May not be necessary to evacuate entire building
Civil Disturbance Riot or civil unrest in or around the building or neighborhood Shelter-in-Place
Bomb Threat Notification of the possibility of a bomb or suspicious package in or near the building. Includes the actual discovery of a bomb or suspicious package by law enforcement Evacuate the area
Gunman / Active Shooter A gunman is in or around the building Run. Hide. Fight depending on the situation
Biological Release Hazardous biological materials are released externally near the building or inside the building

Outdoor release: Shelter-in-Place

Indoor release: Evacuate

Chemical Release Hazardous chemical materials are released externally near the building or inside the building

Outdoor release: Shelter-in-Place

Indoor release: Evacuate

Radiological Release Radiological materials are released externally near the building or inside the building

Outdoor release: Shelter-in-Place

Indoor release: Evacuate

Nearby Neighborhood Emergencies Apartment house fire in neighborhood; robbery / shooting near campus; major accident To be determined by incident

 

Evacuation Shelter-in-Place
  • Ensure all occupants have left the floor
  • Test exit door for heat prior to entering
  • Instruct students, faculty, and staff away from elevators
  • Lead students, faculty, and staff to the relocation site
  • Lead / Deputy Building Marshals instruct staff to floor relocation site
  • Search Monitors check each office and cubicle to ensure that staff has left
  • Relocation Monitors lead staff to floor relocation site
  • Stair Monitors check stairways for employees and instruct employees away from elevators
   

 

Lead Building Marshals should designate a safe location on the floor or in the building, away from windows:

  • Large conference room
  • Internal hallway
  • Stairwell
Emergency management area zone buildings in zone
Negoesco Stadium (Soccer Field) Koret Center
Gleeson Library Lawn / Welch Field

St. Ignatius Church

Fromm Hall

Kendrick Hall

Gleeson Library

Harney Center

CSI

Cowell Hall

Kalmanovitz Hall

Toler Hall

Malloy Hall

University Center

Golden Gate Avenue Sidewalk

Memorial Gym

Gillson Hall

Hayes-Healy Hall

Lone Mountain Parking Lot

Lone Mountain Pacific Wing

Lone Mountain Main

Loyola House

 

School of Education

281 Masonic

6th Avenue (Kaiser Parking Lot) Pedro Arrupe Residence Hall
Lo Schiavo Drive Lone Mountain North
Anza Street Loyola Village