University Facilities responds to events that result in
significant damage to facilities (e.g., fires, floods, long-term
power outages) and assesses and controls damages and coordinates
- To assure that initial responses are undertaken to control the
extent of damage and to expedite cleanup in a safe and timely
- To coordinate multi-unit efforts (e.g., electrical, plumbing,
- To work with various staff members who reside in the affected
facility and identify an administrative staff member who will serve
as a point of contact, in order to coordinate recovery and rehab
efforts with University Facilities.
- Develop and oversee restoration plans.
- Investigate and document the extent of equipment damage and
make funding recommendations for repair or replacement.
University Police and Environment, Health & Safety (EHS)
historically have responded to fires and hazmat conditions as soon
as they receive word of these conditions. This practice will
continue with at least one member of University Police and EHS
staff remaining on site until the responsibility of management of
the site is transferred to the Director of Facilities
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