U N I V E R S I T Y O F C A L I F O R N I A
BERKELEY � DAVIS � IRVINE � LOS ANGELES � MERCED � RIVERSIDE � SAN DIEGO � SAN FRANCISCO
SANTA BARBARA � SANTA CRUZ
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT�
BUSINESS AND FINANCE
OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
1111 Franklin Street
Oakland, California 94607-5200
April 13, 2001
As revised 11/25/2008
VICE CHANCELLORS - ADMINISTRATION
MEDICAL CENTER DIRECTORS
Campus Emergency - UCOP Notification Protocol
Due to the projected severity of the state's energy crisis, I think it is important to reiterate our protocols for notifications to the Office of the President (OP) regarding campus emergencies. In the event of an emergency, Campuses (including Laboratories and Medical Centers) should promptly notify OP in order to allow us to quickly and effectively respond to urgent campus needs. OP notification may be triggered by declaration of a campus state of emergency, activation of the campus emergency operations center, or other unusual occurrence.
Notification regarding "routine" emergencies should be made to the OP Emergency Manager. For serious situations or those that warrant immediate attention of senior OP executives, notification should be made simultaneously to both the Senior Vice President and Emergency Manager. If possible, please provide a brief situation status report and preliminary requests for any OP assistance or support that can be anticipated. Primary and alternate OP contacts (as of 11/25/2008) are:
I. UCOP Senior Executive Management Contacts:
Dan Dooley, Interim Senior Vice President - External Relations
#1 alternate - Katherine Lapp, Executive Vice President - Business Operations
#2 alternate - Sheryl Vacca, Senior Vice President - Compliance & Audit
II. UCOP Emergency Management Contacts:
Bob Charbonneau, Emergency Manager
#1 alternate - Ed Baylosis, EH&S Director
#2 alternate - Grace Crickette, Chief Risk Officer (Primary contact for threats and security incidents)
#3 alternate - Larry Wong, EH&S Coordinator
Revisions or updates to this list will be provided as needed by the OP Emergency Manager to campus police chiefs and emergency planners.
Following initial notification of serious incidents, the OP Emergency Manager and Senior Vice President will determine the appropriate OP response to the incident, which may include convening the OP executive policy emergency group and/or partial or full activation of an OP emergency operations center if necessary.
Thank you for your cooperation in following this protocol effective immediately.
Senior Vice President