Emergency Management Plan - Baltimore City Public Schools

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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
RESPONSE PLAN DEVELOPMENT
KAREN WEBBER-NDOUR, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
OFFICE OF STUDENT SUPPORT AND SAFETY
JULY 26, 2013
Baltimore City
Public Schools
OKLAHOMA TORNADO
MAY 2013
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Emergencies Happen
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OVERVIEW – PLAN DEVELOPMENT
Each school must develop and
practice an Emergency
Management Plan for fast and
appropriate responses to any
emergency
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OVERVIEW - RESPONSE PROCEDURES
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LOCKDOWN – danger is inside
LOCKOUT/ALERT STATUS – danger is outside
EVACUATION – conditions safer outside
SHELTER
 Severe Weather (e.g., Tornado)
 Drop, Cover and Hold (e.g., Earthquake)
 Shelter-in-Place (e.g., HAZMAT situation)
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DEVELOPING YOUR EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT PLAN
Only Five Steps to Completing the
Emergency Management Template for
Your School
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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PLAN
Step 1:
Create Your Emergency
Management Team
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MANDATORY TEAM MEMBERS
1.
Incident Commander (Leader)
 Building Principal
2.
Public Safety Liaison
 School Police Officer / Other
Qualified Staff
3.
Student Accounting Coordinator
 School Psychologist / Other
Appropriate Staff
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Facilities Coordinator
 Chief Custodian / Other
Qualified Staff
Triage Coordinator
 Nurse/CNA or Staff trained in
First Aid and CPR
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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT TEAM INCIDENT COMMAND (LEADER)
Determines level of emergency
 Activates and directs Emergency
Management Team
 Orders response (Lockdown,
Lockout/Alert, Evacuate, or Shelter)
 Establishes command post
 Debriefs with First Responders
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Emergency Management Team – Public
Safety Liaison
 Reports
extent of physical damage
to Incident Commander
 Prohibits unsafe activity in the
building during and after an
incident
 Documents activities
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Emergency Management Team –
Student Accounting Coordinator
 Ensures
all students are accounted
for after an emergency
 Documents student/staff tally
 Oversees student release
procedures
 Maintains Emergency Release forms
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Emergency Management Team –
Facilities Coordinator
 Assists Incident Commander and
First Responders in ensuring the
building is safe and secured
 No school staff member should
attempt to ensure building safety
alone
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Emergency Management Team –
Triage Coordinator
 Ensures
that all medical materials are
always accessible and evacuation-ready
 Establishes triage area for the injured
 Makes triage area highly visible
 For evacuation, brings the following:
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All prescription medications
Trauma Box
First Aid Kit
Wheelchair
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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PLAN
Step 2:
Determine Your Drill
Schedule
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YOUR DRILL SCHEDULE
Practice drills build proficiency in the use of
emergency response procedures.
2 Lockdown
 1 Active Shooter
 1 Severe Weather (Safe Area in building)
 1 Emergency Evacuation (500 ft. assembly)
 Select drills may be supervised by School Police
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*Fire drills are not included here, as they are determined and executed by the Fire Dept.
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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PLAN
Step 3:
Determine Command Posts
and Evacuation Sites
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IDENTIFY COMMAND POSTS &
ASSEMBLY AREAS
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Interior Command Posts
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1 Primary Location (e.g., Main Office, Media Center)
2 Alternate Locations (e.g., Cafeteria, Gym)
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Exterior Command Posts and Safe Assembly
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Alternate Buildings
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Walking distance
Pre-arranged agreement
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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PLAN
Step 4:
Identify Individuals with
Special Needs
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IDENTIFY INDIVIDUALS WITH SPECIAL
NEEDS
 Complete
package
 Plan
roster in emergency plan
for transporting to assembly areas
 Update
roster quarterly
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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PLAN
Step 5:
Determine Student
Accounting and Release
Procedures
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STUDENT ACCOUNTING AND RELEASE
STUDENT ACCOUNTING
 Locator
Assistants collect attendance
from teachers
 Student Accounting Coordinator collects
attendance from Locator Assistants
 Inform Incident Commander.
Teachers must carry roll books, grade books, or attendance cards upon exiting the building.
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STUDENT ACCOUNTING AND RELEASE
STUDENT RELEASE
 Determine release procedures
 Determine Staging Area where students
will be held until reuniting with parents
 Determine Reunification Area
 Release students to parents/guardian
only with Emergency Release form & ID
Teachers must carry roll books, grade books, or attendance cards upon exiting the building.
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STAGING FOR REUNIFICATION
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EMERGENCY RESPONSE
PROCEDURES
KAREN WEBBER-NDOUR, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
OFFICE OF STUDENT SUPPORT AND SAFETY
JULY 26, 2013
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Public Schools
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT RESPONSES
LOCKDOWN
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LOCKDOWN (Danger Inside)
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Clear students from hallways
Close and lock classroom windows and doors
Direct students to the floor away from doors
and windows
Shut off lights
BE QUIET!
Wait for further instructions
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LOCKDOWN (DANGER INSIDE)
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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT RESPONSES
Lockdown - Active Shooter
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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT RESPONSES
 Implement
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Lockdown Procedures
Further steps to be enumerated by City
Schools’ police
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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT RESPONSES
LOCKOUT/ALERT STATUS
(Prevent Entrance from outside of Building)
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LOCKOUT/ALERT STATUS PROCEDURES
 Lock
all doors from the inside
 Announce “Lockout/Alert Status”
 Check ID and reasons for anyone entering
or exiting building
 Conduct classes and activities within the
building as normal
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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT RESPONSES
TAKE SHELTER
(Severe Weather, Earthquake, Hazardous
Material Spill)
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SEVERE WEATHER
 Follow safest route to safe area and take cover
 Bring roll books for student accounting
 Move everyone in portable classrooms inside main building
 Leave belongings
 Close all doors
 Remain in safe area until the “all clear” is given
 Wait for further instructions
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SAFE SHELTER
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EARTHQUAKE
 DROP
– to the floor
 COVER – your eyes
 HOLD – on to the table or desk legs
 Assist those needing special assistance
 Wait for further instructions
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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
 Implement
Lockdown procedures
 Close and tape all windows and doors
 Seal gap between bottom of the door and
floor with coats, blankets, or rugs.
 Wait for further instructions
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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT RESPONSES
EMERGENCY EVACUATION
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EVACUATION
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EMERGENCY EVACUATION
 Evacuate
by the safest route to
designated outside Assembly Area
 Bring roll books
 Leaving belongings
 Check for injuries
 Take attendance
 Wait for further instructions
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Questions
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