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EMERGENCY ACTION PLANINCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM

GENERAL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY
Beacon Hill
8 Ashburton Place
Boston, Massachusetts
SeptemberMarch 201007
June 2004
Revision 23TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0 INTRODUCTION & PURPOSE
1.1Plan Management
2.0 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
2.1Emergency Coordinator
2.2 Incident Command System Core Team (CMT)
2.3Communications
2.4Accounting for Personnel
2.5Emergency Information
3.0 BUILDING EVACUATION PLAN
3.1Floor Evacuation Organization
3.2 Shelter in Place (SIP)
4.0 EMERGENCY RESPONSES
4.1How to Report a Fire
4.1.1Fire Extinguishers
4.2Reporting Other Emergencies
4.3What to do When an Alarm Sounds
4.4Other Emergencies
4.5Occupants with Special Needs and/or Disabilities
5.0 EMERGENCY TYPES AND PROCEDURES
5.1Fire Procedures
5.1.1Responses to Fires
5.1.2Procedures for clothing on fire
5.2Internal Disasters
5.2.1Responses to Internal Disasters
5.3Natural Disasters
5.3.1Responses to Natural Disasters
5.4Bio-Chemical Threat
5.4.1Responses to Bio-Chemical Threats
5.4.2Protocols
5.5Suspicious packages or letters
5.5.1Responses to receiving suspicious letters or packages
5.6Bomb Threats
5.6.1Bomb Threat Protocols
5.7Workplace Violence
5.7.1Identifying Workplace Violence
5.7.2Emergency Responses to Workplace Violence
6.0 CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, OR OTHER EMERGENCIES
6.1Chemical Spills
6.1.1Chemical Spill on the Body
6.1.2Chemical Splashed in the Eye
6.2Biological, blood, or body fluid spills
6.2.1Microorganism spill requiring bloodborne pathogen containment
6.3Radiation
7.0 ACCIDENT/INCIDENT REPORTING
7.1Incident Reporting
7.2Employee Accidents

LIST OF APPENDICES
APPENDIX A TELEPHONE PROCEDURES BOMB THREAT CHECKLIST

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