Have a Plan
Employees, keep with you at all times contact information for your supervisor, co-workers or employees so that in the event of a wide-ranging emergency or even a smaller event like a snow day, you are not searching for contact information. Keep a list of everyday e-mail addresses, websites and phone numbers that you need to communicate with your coworkers during an emergency. If you aren't able to be at work, but are expected, let your supervisor and co-workers (if necessary) know.
Building Emergency Action Plan
This is a customizable emergency action plan template for campus buildings. It has been created to assist staff in preparing a Building Emergency Action Plan. If you need assistance with this plan or would like to request an editable version of the document send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faculty Guidance for Incident Response
UNL Police have created a printable guide for faculty concerning guidelines for action in an emergency response situation.
Environmental Health and Safety
Environmental Health and Safety has established Safety Operating Procedures for numerous areas that involve safety preparation, training, and protocols. Units should be familiar with the EHS procedures.
EHS also maintains numerous training materials and documents at ehs.unl.edu/documents
The UNL Injury and Illness Prevention Plan provides a framework for identifying and mitigating hazards in UNL work areas, creating the foundation for the occupational health and safety program for UNL employees. Key elements of the IIPP include hazard identification and control, provisions for responding to imminent hazards, employee training, safety inspections, accident reporting and investigation, recordkeeping, and safety committees.
EHS can assist with:
- Safety Committee set-up
- Safety Committee group training
- Planning and operational suggestions
- Topical training provided by EHS
- Facilitation of vendor-provided training