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Emergency Management

Grayson College is committed to the safety and security of students, faculty, staff, and visitors on its campuses. In order to support that commitment, college staff have conducted a thorough review of the emergency mitigation, prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery procedures relevant to natural and manmade emergencies and disasters.

The Emergency Operations Plan that follows is the official procedure of Grayson College. It is a result of a comprehensive review and update of school policies and procedures. We commit this institution’s resources to the ongoing training, exercise, and maintenance required by this plan and its supporting documents.

This plan is a blueprint that relies on the commitment and expertise of individuals within and outside of the college community. Furthermore, clear communication with emergency management officials and ongoing monitoring of emergency management practices and advisories is essential.

The approval of this plan provides clear delegation of authority for the emergency management staff, as defined by the National Incident Management System, to conduct operations during events and incidents when activated.

Basic Plan, Emergency Service Functions, and Annexes

  • Grayson College Emergency Operations Plan (PDF Download)
    • Transportation - ESF #1
    • Communications ESF #2
    • Public Works and Engineering ESF #3
    • Firefighting - ESF #4
    • Emergency Management - ESF #5
    • Mass Care, Emergency Assistance, Housing, and Human Services - ESF #6
    • Logistics Management and Resource Support - ESF #7
    • Public Health and Medical Services - ESF #8
    • Search and Rescue - ESF #9
    • Oil and Hazardous Materials Response - ESF #10
    • Energy - ESF #12
    • Public Safety and Security - ESF #13
    • Long-Term Community Recovery - ESF #14
    • External Affairs - ESF #15
    • Warning - Annex A
    • Training, Testing, and Exercise - Annex E
    • Hazardous Weather - Annex H
    • Travel and Transportation Hazards - Annex T

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