SOEST Emergency Information
Manoa Campus Emergncy Management Program - Includes Points of Contact, Action Plans, and Emercengy training information
NO EMERGENCY ACTIONS ARE IN EFFECT
Examples of EMERGENCY ACTIONS
ALERT – This is used to advise all persons to prepare for an impending emergency or natural disaster. May also include “shelter-in-place” order to remain on campus to eliminate traffic gridlock and/or keep people out of a danger zone.
TAKE COVER – Normally initiated by an ATTACK WARNING from State Civil Defense. The President or Chancellor may order it for natural disasters such as sudden windstorms.
SUSPEND CLASSES – Used as a method of keeping students, faculty, and staff away from a campus or expediting their removal during an alert, emergency or disaster.
EVACUATE BUILDING(S) – Used if a catastrophe or emergency situation is imminent or has occurred and the building(s) must be evacuated to protect lives.
EVACUATE CAMPUS – Used to begin the orderly evacuation of the campus by all persons except for personnel with emergency operations and security duties.
CONVERT CAMPUS – only initiated upon order of the President or Governor to provide temporary shelter for people affected by emergencies/disasters and/or relocation of State government offices.
Pacific Tsunami Reports: http://www.prh.noaa.gov/hnl/pages/tsunami.php
Pacific Tropical Cyclone Reports: http://www.prh.noaa.gov/cphc/
Local Storm Reports: http://www.prh.noaa.gov/hnl/pages/lsr.php
Avian Flu Information
Centers for Disease Control Avian Influenza
Page last updated Fri 27 Apr 07.