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I.
Emergency Response Management Info (related to responders and response)
a. Staging Area Location(s)
b. Areas restricted for fire apparatus including entry procedures (Oak Street)
c. MCI – Triage/Treatment/Transport locations
d. Potential Incident Command Post and alternates
e. Helispots
f. For recurring events plot locations for
i. Fencing
ii. security checkpoints
iii. tents, etc.
g. Current construction areas
h. PIO
i. media center
ii. General public info center
iii. Potential media briefing locations
iv. Joint Information Center location
i. Traffic Control info
i. Evacuation Routes (Pedestrian and Traffic) – gets PD’s input
ii. Transportation Plan layer (Emergency Traffic “in” and “out”)
j. Roof access points
k. High security areas with difficult entry
l. Emergency Communications and Notification
i. Alerting
1. Locations of public address system speakers for emergency notification
2. Alertus Beacon locations
3. Signage capable of emergency notification
ii. Communications assets
1. Bluephone
2. Red phones
3. BDA or repeater locations
4. Radio caches
5. Tower sites
II.
Installed fire protection
a. Fire extinguisher locations
b. Fire alarm systems
i. Device locations for each building
ii. Panel locations with link to panel operating instructions
iii. Enunciator panel locations
iv. IT assets required for alarm system operation including location of fiber
connections and data closets
v. Service call information for each location (Vendor ID and any information the
vendor would need.
c. Life Safety
i. AED locations
ii. Area of Rescue Assistance locations
d. Water Based Protection Systems
i. Riser valve locations with
1. link to Manufacturer’s data sheet
2. Area served by each valve
ii. Section valve locations with area served
iii. Hydraulic data
iv. Link to last inspection/test report
v. PIV location with valve served
vi. Fire Department Connections
vii. Standpipes
viii. Fire Hydrants with test data
e. Fire Pumps with link to manufacturer’s information
i. Location
ii. Drive type
iii. Area protected
iv. Hydraulic information
f. Special hazard systems
i. Type
ii. Coverage area
III.
Infrastructure
a. Buildings
i. Footprint
ii. Floor plan
iii. Sidewalks
iv. Link to contact info for
1. Principle investigators
2. Building wardens
3. Any other key individuals
b. Confined space locations layer with link to required entry procedures
c. Utility tunnels with manhole and access locations
d. Electric
i. Line routes
ii. Transformer locations
iii. Building panels and distribution within buildings
iv. Shut off locations
v. Area served downstream from each shut off location or panel
vi. Exterior lighting with
1. Coverage area
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2. replacement information
Water – domestic and irrigation
i. Storage
ii. Line routes
iii. Shut off locations
iv. Area served downstream from each shut off location or valve
Water – chilled and steam
i. Line routes
ii. Shut off locations
iii. Area served downstream from each shut off location
Sewer – sanitary
i. Routes
ii. Clean outs
iii. Single VS combined
Sewer – storm/BMPs
i. Storm drains with problematic areas marked
ii. Access where people can enter the system, authorized or otherwise
Natural gas
i. Line routes
ii. Shut off locations
iii. Area served downstream from each shut off location
Communications
i. data/telecom spans, conx points and access features
ii. Critical locations with RTOs
iii. Telephone equipment locations
Building HVAC
i. Location / type
ii. Air intakes
iii. Exhaust locations
Buildings on generator power
i. Color coded to show
1. Full power
2. Partial power
3. Emergency lights only
ii. Specifications
1. Size
2. Fuel supply
3. Run time from full tank
4. Capacity above required if any
Transportation
i. Streets
ii. Sidewalks
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Trails and paths
ADA routes
Bus routes with stops
Truck routes
Hazmat transportation routes
Parking lots
IV.
Environmental & Culturally Sensitive
a. Memorials
b. Historic register locations
c. Biological
i. Unusual or protected specimen
ii. registered trees
iii. academic test plots
iv. Gardens
v. Nutrient Management Zones
d. Art work (with link to value and insurance information)
V.
Security information (Related to security operations)
a. Access points (Non-public)
b. Duress alarm locations
c. Doors capable of remote locking
d. Camera locations with available view areas
e. Knox Box Locations
f. Traffic flow plans for recurring events
VI.
Hazardous materials layers
a. Hazardous Materials storage location
i. Hazardous materials
ii. Hazardous waste
iii. Universal waste
iv. 180 accumulation areas
v. Satellite collection areas
vi. Links to individuals responsible for each area
vii. Links to contingency plans for each
b. Lab locations with links to chemical inventories
c. Asbestos containing locations (links to known information)
d. SPCC locations maps
i. Tank/storage locations with capacities
1. FOG locations
2. Above ground storage tank locations
3. Transformers
4. Elevator pits
5. Underground storage tank locations
ii. Spill control equipment with inventory
iii. Drainage
VII.
Student/family/faculty/staff support layer
a. Reunification Area(s) – Parents/Family/Others
i. UTC Students
ii. Challenger Center
iii. Brown and Battle
b. Sheltering facilities (internal and external)
c. Building evacuation assembly points
d. Shelter locations (tornado etc)
VIII.
External Issues
a. Dam breach maps
b. Flood plain maps
c. Fire plain maps
d. Local police, fire, and EMS locations
e. Hospital and health care facilities
f. Local tornado history
g. Hazardous transportation features
i. Railroads
ii. Major highways
iii. Hazmat routes
iv. Pipelines
v. Power lines
h. Local Tier 3 reporting companies
i. within X miles of campus OR
ii. when the campus is within the worst case scenario effected area
IX.
Normal campus service locations with potential alternates
a. Food service
b. Student services
i. Registration
ii. Bursar
iii. Student Health Services
Academically sensitive locations
a. Critical research
b. Freezers
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XI.
Business Continuity
a. Critical facilities map with recovery time objectives (an RTO of less than 6 hours shows a
red dot, 6-12 hours a yellow dot, etc)
b. Location of acceptable alternative operating areas
c. Map of home locations for
i. Key administrators
ii. EOC staff
iii. Police, security, safety, and emergency management staff
XII.
Clery layers
a. Clery Geography
b. Location map for Clery Reportable Crimes
XIII.
Public and campus venues
a. Capacity
b. Link to Event Management system for each
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