The Evacuation Director Focus Sheet describes the responsibilities of the Evacuation Director to partner with EH&S to develop a Fire Safety & Evacuation Plan and prepare for building emergency evacuations.
The shaded areas are the Campus Mass Assembly Areas. These areas may be used during a campus-wide emergency (i.e. earthquake or major disaster) to provide staging for relief supplies and dissemination of information.
1 - N-5 Parking lot and archery field IMA
2 - Parrington lawn
3 - Denny yard
4 - Denny field
5 - W-35 parking lot and Fishery Sciences Lawn
6 - HUB Yard
7 - Rainier Vista
8 - E-12 and E-19 parking lots
EH&S funds capital projects to improve safety-related building elements and safety systems to mitigate occupational and environmental hazards.
Automated external defibrillators, or AEDs, are electronic devices designed to recognize cardiac arrhythmias and treat them through defibrillation, an electrical therapy shock that allows the heart to reestablish its proper rhythm. Modern AEDs are designed to administer the shock only if an abnormal rhythm is detected, and will prompt the user with step-by-step audible or visual cues.
Caution signs are required to be posted at the entrance to a space where hazardous materials are stored or used. The Caution Sign is based on a location's chemical inventory; it alerts emergency responders and visitors of potential hazards and precautions for entry.
Warning signs alert personnel and visitors to health and safety hazards beyond those identified in the caution sign. Specific warning signs may be required based on the type of hazard present.