Version Updated September 2017 14 The process for response at level 1 may

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The process for response at level 1 may involve a unified command of more than one campus department or unit (e.g. Facilities and Campus Safety and Housing and Community Life) who co-lead or command the response. It may involve simple coordination by the President’s Council. Level 2 - Campus Emergency Major Event, Sizable Portions of Campus, Disrupts Operations or Educational Mission Level 2 is a crisis or major event that disrupts sizable portions of the campus community. Level 2 emergencies may require assistance from external organizations. These events may escalate quickly, and have serious consequences for mission-critical functions and/or life safety. Emergencies happen infrequently. Unit response plans in many departments are activated and a partial or full EOC is activated to coordinate and support on-scene operations. The EOC Manager is responsible for operational decisions. The President or President’s Senior Leadership designee is responsible for University leadership & policy decisions. The President and EOC Manager work closely together to align response activities with overall University mission. Level 3 - Disaster Entire Campus or Surrounding Community, Little External Help Level 3 represents a disaster that involves the entire campus and/or surrounding community. Disasters happen even less frequently than emergencies. Normal University operations are suspended. The effects of the emergency are wide- ranging and complex. The University may need to be self- sufficient for a period of hours to days or weeks. A timely resolution of disaster conditions requires University-wide cooperation and extensive coordination with external jurisdictions. Willamette will be asked to provide a liaison in another agency’s EOC. Version Updated September 2017 15
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The full EOC is automatically activated. All EOC team members report to the campus EOC. Unit response plans for most or all departments are activated and many personnel are engaged in the University’s emergency response. Personnel may be assigned to perform functions that are not part of their normal job functions. Non-working Hours If a disaster occurs outside of regular office hours, the normal organizational structure of the University may not be fully in place. Implementation of the All Hazards Emergency Management Plan will vary depending on available personnel. Individuals assuming responsibility will be those of highest rank available at the time, such as Campus Safety Officers and/or Area Coordinators. These individuals will follow the activation guidelines and task lists presented in this plan, while attempting to notify their superiors of the situation. Emergency Operations Centers EOC- Emergency Operations Center CC- Communications Center SIRC- Student Information and Resource Center The primary EOC is location in the Office of Campus Safety in the University Services Building.
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