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Emergency Operations Plan

Rogue Community College continues to plan for a wide ranges of emergencies and disasters that may impact the College community. As part of that continued planning, Rogue Community College utilizes an Emergency Operations Plan to mitigate, prepare, respond and recover from emergencies and disasters. The Emergency Operation Plan address the colleges response to fires, earthquakes, hazardous materials releases, bomb threat, civil disturbances, flooding, power failures, active shooter situations and other unexpected situations that may occur on college property. Click to view a copy of the public portion of the Emergency Operations Plan.

All faculty and staff members play a crucial role during emergency situations. This Emergency Operations Plan provides faculty, staff and students with guidelines to study and learn prior to an emergency so that each person is prepared to make decisions and take action as needed for the best safety of themselves and those around them.

Study the plan carefully. Know the emergency phone numbers to call. Follow the emergency evacuation routes posted in each building. Familiarize yourself with the location and use of emergency equipment, including familiarization of the “How To Respond to an Emergency” poster provided in each building near the evacuation routes map. Be sure you are prepared so that you can best keep yourself and others safe in the event that an emergency occurs on campus.

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How to Respond:

ICS FEMA Training

All Managers and college administrators should complete FEMA ICS 100, 200, and 700. These brief online courses provide a basic understanding of the Incident Command System (ICS) that is used by all emergency responders across the United States. ICS is also the accepted, "Best Practice" for organizations in regards to emergency management.

Anyone with questions about these trainings should contact the Director of Risk Management, Sean Taggart.

Expand your knowledge and training skills with additional ICS classes.

Hazard Mitigation Plan

The federal Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 requires local jurisdictions eligible for FEMA disaster mitigation funding to develop, approve and maintain a Hazard Mitigation Plan. This Plan addresses those potential natural hazard events having the most significant risks for each agency or jurisdiction. Such a plan takes into account historical records as well as recent developments to assess the amount of risk from each possible event. This Plan includes resources and information to assist the district, the public and private sector organizations, and the college community efforts in risk reduction and loss prevention caused by natural hazard events. RCC received FEMA approval of the district Hazard Mitigation Plan on June 14, 2021.

‚Äč If you would like to make any comments about this Plan, please contact Sean Taggart.