What They Do
The Office of Emergency Management & Continuity Planning (OEMCP) is responsible for coordinating a comprehensive, all-hazards approach through all cycles of an emergency — preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation.
How To Contact Them
Director of Emergency Management and Continuity Planning
Website: Security, Health, and Safety
- Be aware of evacuation procedures for the event space you are using. If a fire alarm goes off, you should be able to direct your guests to the nearest exit.
- For large events, consider the possibility of overcrowding and prepare accordingly.
- Important- Be sure to put all furniture back in place and out of the traffic flow post-event. Failure to do so can result in injury and block emergency exit routes (especially for the visually impaired).
- If you would like a weather forecast for your event, please email emergency management at least 24 hours prior to the event start.