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Emergency Evacuation Planning
Overview
 
Resources:
The list shows each building, names of SECs and alternates, telephone/fax contact numbers, Salem Fire Department approval status of evacuation plan, and the dates of each building´s last fire and earthquake drills. Fire and earthquake drills are to be held on different dates.
 
If you have changes to this list, please email Luella Ackerson or call (503) 373-7003. 
 
Changes to this list will be published as needed.
  • SEC Handbook (2014 pdf):
    This handbook will assist state office managers, facilities personnel and SECs. It explains how to develop emergency plans coordinated with local emergency services to save lives in state office buildings during emergencies. When agency plans are prepared according to this guide, they will meet the requirements of the local fire department and OR-OSHA rules. This handbook replaces the Sound the Alarm RisKey. 

  • EC Handbook (2014 pdf):
    This document will assist EC's with thier duties.

  • Earthquake Drill (doc):
    This document advises agency personnel how to deal with an earthquake.

  • Earthquake - Drop, Cover, and Hold (doc):
    This document details actions for personal safety in an earthquake.

  • Oregon Emergency Management (OEM) Web siteEarthquake Information
OEM has a wealth of earthquake-related information at their site. Check out "Earthquake evacuation checklist" at the bottom of the page. It helps you evaluate if a building is safe for occupancy after an earthquake. Other items of note are:
  1. Senate Bill 13
  2. Earthquake preparedness and mitigation guidance for Oregon state agency offices and warehouses
  3. Mitigating non-structural hazards

Need More Information?
 
 Luella Ackerson (503) 373-7003 (main contact for bump caps and blue vests)