UCSB encourages students, parents, faculty and staff to become familiar with campus emergency response procedures. These Web pages were developed to assist you in preparing for future emergencies and taking appropriate actions to protect yourself and others in an emergency situation.
In an actual campus emergency go to: www.ucsb.edu
Community Disaster Education: Preparing for the Inevitable
We will have more fires, mudslides, floods and earthquakes. The 10l will be closed again, 154 shut down and a calamity could happen at the airport. This presentation will help you become aware of and prepare for the natural and human-caused hazards that threaten our area. You will learn how to better protect yourself, your family, housemates, pets and property. You will see why you need a “go bag”, an emergency meeting place for family and friends and an out of state point of contact. Bring your concerns and leave with your own disaster preparedness plan.
Contact the Campus Emergency Manager Jim Caesar at firstname.lastname@example.org to provide this one-hour training at a staff meeting or another campus function.
Emergency Plan: Earthquakes
A step-by-step guide on Earthquake disaster management for UCSB students.
Emergency Plan: Wildfire
Key information to prepare for fire events, poor air quality, and evacuation.
Emergency Plan: Be Prepared!
Planning ahead is the first stop to a calmer and more assured disaster response.
Emergency Plan: Hostile Intruder
A step-by-step guide on what to do in the event of a hostile intruder.
Emergency Preparedness: UCSB Emergency Contact Numbers
A Guide on How to Best Prepare for Emergencies
Campus Evacuation Planning
This guide is designed to assist our campus community in preparing for future emergencies by familiarizing students, faculty, and staff with campus evacuation emergency procedures.
Emergency Flipchart (English)
Emergency Flipchart (Spanish)
A guide to assist you in minimizing the effects of specific campus emergencies. Keep this guide where it will be immediately available for quick reference in an emergency, preferably mounted on a wall.