UCOPAlert

UCOPAlert is an emergency notification system that allows UCOP employees to receive informational alerts on their work phones, work e-mail, personal phones or personal email during business hours and through their personal phones or personal email outside normal business hours.

UCOP Staff Emergency Procedures

Resources for UCOP staff. In the event of an emergency, check your email and voicemail for instructions and information. Follow any directions given over the building PA system or by your Floor Wardens.

Report an Incident

If you need to report an incident, please fill out the Incident Report Form. If there is a non-urgent issue you need to report, send an email to the Work Management Center at building.services@ucop.edu.

Building Security

If you have a security question or want to report a security issue in the Oakland area, call the security desk in the Franklin Lobby at (510) 987-9790. For the Riverside Intellicenter, call the security desk at (951) 787-5021. Other concerns can be directed to Assistant Director, Facilities Management, Darryl R. Brown at (951) 312-3209.

Security Escort

(510) 987-9790

Employees needing an escort to or from the Franklin-Broadway Campus to or from parking lots and BART between 6:30 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. should call the UCOP security desk 30 minutes before the security is required.

Block by Block Security Ambassadors

Block by Block Safety Ambassador program provides additional security support in the downtown Oakland area. For more information, please review the ambassador program on their website.

Business Continuity Plans

UCOP uses the Systemwide UC Ready frameworkwhich promotes collaboration between faculty and staff to increase the university’s resilience in the face of disruptive events. Dedicated planners work to improve the ability to continue the university’s mission of teaching, research, public service and patient care and to return to normal performance as quickly as possible in the event of any disruptive event. An important aspect of this work is the development of continuity plans for the university as a whole, as well as for select departments that contain information and strategies needed during a recovery process.