Emergency Management

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Emergency Management

The Office of Emergency Management is a unit of the Department of Police Services that is charged with coordinating all activities needed to prepare for and respond to both natural and man-made emergency situations.  The responsibility for a campus emergency management program as required in California State University Executive Order #1056, has been delegated to the Department of Police Services.  The Department is responsible for the implementation and maintenance of an emergency management system program on campus and the development and implementation of programs and projects in emergency planning, training, response and recovery. What is Emergency Management?

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 A Message About Emergency Procedures at CSUN

Emergency procedures in place at CSUN provide guidance in what to do in an emergency, including an active shooter incident.  The emergency desk references for students, faculty, and staff are available on-line and hard copy.  These desk references discuss a variety of emergency situations and procedures.  Specifically, in an active shooter emergency, remember the following:

Get Out!  When you hear gunshots, don’t second guess the situation.  Get out immediately if at all possible.  If you are out in the open, take cover or run away in a zig zag pattern.

Hide Out!  Find a location, lock or blockade the door, turn off the lights, spread out with others in the room and make a plan.

Help Out! Help the injured as best you can until help arrives.  Remain calm and quiet and be a calming influence for others.

Fight! If neither running nor hiding is a safe option, as a last resort, when confronted by the shooter, consider trying to disrupt or incapacitate the shooter. This can be done by using aggressive force such as using items in the environment to throw at a shooter (fire extinguisher, chair, backpacks, etc.).  This is a life/death situation in which your “survival mindset” must take over!

Additionally, the Department of Police Services will utilize redundant methods of communication to send emergency messages and updates via email, voicemail, text, social media posts and emergency signage.

Zombie Apocalypse Scavenger Hunt

Tuesday, October 30, 2018 - 10:00am to 3:00pm

Zombie Scavenger Hunt flyer

Join us for the Zombie Apocalypse Scavenger Hunt! Participants will receive a scavenger hunt map and punch card and the first of many preparedness items.  Visit all 13 check points to build your own emergency preparedness kit, and submit your completed punch card to enter drawings for prizes! Read more

Disaster Ready - Protecting Critical Documents and Valuables in Emergencies

Thursday, November 8, 2018 - 12:30pm to 1:25pm

Critical documents

Having your financial and medical records along with important contact information is crucial to the disaster recovery process. Participants will identify the documents needed to protect themselves and household members to include financial, medical, and legal documentation to work with insurance companies, care providers, and government disaster assistance programs. Read more

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