ANR Environmental Health & Safety
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ANR Environmental Health & Safety

Emergency Management

ANR Communication Guidelines for Reporting Serious Incidents or Matters

ANR managers or directors should use the following guidance for reporting serious incidents or matters

Emergency Management Resources

UC ANR constantly faces a variety of risks ranging from natural disasters to localized emergencies.  As part of a UC system-wide effort, the University has committed to increase its “event-readiness” by taking a comprehensive approach to prevent, mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from any adverse event or disruption.

The following information about emergency management is for all ANR employees, volunteers and locations.

Emergency Planning and Prevention Resources
Emergency Action Fire Prevention Plan
Employee Emergency Contact List Template

Safety Notes
006 General Earthquake Safety
072 Basic Fire Prevention Measures
088 Fieldwork Safety: Fire Preventative and Defensive Measures
145 Preparing an Effective Evacuation Route Map
166 Office Preparedness for Emergencies
167 Be Informed about Emergencies
168 Make a Plan for Emergencies
169 Build a Kit of Emergency Supplies

Emergency/Disaster Recovery Resources
Continuity Planning
UC Ready

Emergency Response Structure & Training
Emergency Response Structure

Emergency Planning For Home
Simple Home Emergency Plan

ANR Emergency/Disaster Management Resources

Click here for links to information that ANR researchers have developed to help the public with planning for and responding to disasters or emergency events.
Disaster/Emergency Resources

 

    • Disaster/Emergency Planning
    • Wildfire
    • Diseases

 

 

Reducing the Impact of Disasters Through Education

EDEN information

 

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