Emergency Procedures


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EVACUATIONS

Immediate risk:
If you smell gas, smoke or see fire or otherwise fear for your safety, evacuate immediately. From a safe location, call Campus Safety at 909-607-2000 or
dial 9-1-1 and report the incident.

General evacuation orders:
If local officials issue evacuation orders, use the evacuation routes and methods specified; carpool whenever possible. If time allows:

1. Wear sturdy shoes, long-sleeve shirts and pants.

2. Bring car keys, credit cards, road maps, cell phone, charger and important phone numbers.

3. Bring your Go-bag.

4. If you have a pet, make sure it is wearing a collar, bring it in a pet carrier labeled with your name and the pet’s name. Bring your pet’s Go-bag.

5. Lock your home and shut off the water and electricity, but leave gas on unless instructed otherwise.

6. Leave a note or tell a neighbor where you are going.

7. Once you arrive at a safe location, call your out-of-area emergency contact.

Disaster Shelters

It is not possible to say with advance certainty which disaster shelter sites may actually be available following a disaster. As soon as disaster sites have been formally designated, this will be announced to the community.

1. Tell your out-of area-contact where you are going.

2. Take your Go-bag with you to the shelter.

3. Initially, emergency shelters may not be able to provide basic supplies and materials. Consider bringing extra items (e.g. blanket, pillow, air mattress, towel, washcloth, diapers, food and supplies for infants.)

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Emergency?

Call ext. 72000 or ext. 18170
From off campus: 909-607-2000
                       or 909-621-8170

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