Safety & Security Quick Reference Guide

Dear colleagues,

This Quick Reference Guide addresses common emergencies or situations and outlines initial and follow-on actions required during such events.

College employees are responsible for familiarizing themselves with the current version of the PDCCC Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) which provides greater detail than this reference guide.

Franklin Campus Safety and Security Officer/Emergency Operations Coordinator is located in room 130D on the main Franklin Building. The Security Officer/Emergency Operations Coordinator’s phone number is 757.569.6721.

Please review this guide on receipt and utilize it when required.

Joe Edenfield
Vice President
Finance and Administration


PAUL D. CAMP COMMUNITY COLLEGE EMERGENCY BASIC QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE

Call 911 or 757.569.6721 for Campus Security (Note: If you call from a campus telephone dial 9-911). Contact Campus Security as soon as possible to report incident.

Detailed safety and security information may be found at; http://www.pdc.edu/about/safety-security/

Emergency Notifications — PDCCC notifies employees, students and the public of an emergency using PDCCC Alert via internet (http://alert.pdc.edu) and via other resources, including alarms, loudspeakers, email, and voicemail.

Suspicious or Criminal Activities/Disruptive Person on Campus – PDCCC Silent witness program is an internet based tool that allows students, staff and faculty to anonymously report crimes, safety concerns, fire dangers and suspicious/disruptive individuals to Campus Security. A Silent Witness report link is found at http://www.pdc.edu/about/safety-security/. You may also file a report by telephone 757.569.6721 or in person to the campus security officer.

If you discover a suspicious package, DO NOT approach, pick up, kick or otherwise touch the package. DO NOT sound fire alarms or use cell phones as they may trigger the explosive device. Evacuate area, alert others nearby and report package location to nearest campus security officer or administrator. Should you receive a phoned-in bomb threat obtain as much critical information as possible, for example, where is the device, when will be explode, and listen for other background noises to help officials narrow the search for the culprit. Contact local police/fire department at 911 or college security at 757-569-6721.


FIRE OR EXPLOSION

GAS LEAK

MEDICAL ASSISTANCE URGENT CARE EVENT

MEDICAL ASSISTANCE NON-URGENT CARE EVENT

SEVERE WEATHER/TORNADO

SEXUAL ASSAULT/RAPE

POWER OUTAGE/DOWNED POWER LINES

EARTHQUAKE

SUICIDE THREATS AND ATTEMPTS

BOMB THREATS/TELEPHONE THREATS

LOST OR KIDNAPPED CHILD

HAZMAT SPILL/CONTAMINATION

SUSPICIOUS MAIL OR PACKAGES

ACCIDENTAL POISONING

FLOODING/BROKEN WATER PIPES

DEATH ON CAMPUS

GUNMAN ON CAMPUS LOCKDOWN

WEAPON ON CAMPUS

AIRCRAFT DISASTER

UNATTENDED CHILDREN ON CAMPUS

GUNMAN ON CAMPUS EMERGENCY EVACUATION