Emergency Quick Reference Guide
Building Evacuations- Have a plan. Know multiple and quick routes out. Be aware of occupants with disabilities that may need assistance.
Fire Alarms- Pull down fire alarms are located in most major buildings.
Tornados and Severe Weather- Go to the lowest floor and an interior hall or closet. Stay away from windows and glass. Cover your head and stay low.
Violent Behavior or Threat- Call the Campus Police Department immediately.
Personal Crisis- Counseling centers in Levelland and Reese Center are available to assist with personal and emotional crisis.
Medical Emergency- When in doubt let EMS determine if it is an emergency situation. Call 911.
Emergency Phones- Red emergency phones are located in all major buildings. Phones automatically dial 911 when the receiver is picked up.
First Aid Kits- Kits are available in most offices. Departments are encouraged to purchase and maintain kits from their service and supply budget and notify department personnel of its location.
|ISSUE||WHO TO CALL||NUMBER|
|Power Loss or Major Building Issue||Maintenance||All sites - Ext. 2421 or 2420
After Hours - Ext. 2440 or 894-0077
|Violent Behavior or Violent Threat||Campus Police||Levelland - Ext. 2396 or 891-8883
Reese Ext. 2923 or 893-5705
ATC Ext. 4681 or 791-3980
|Personal or Emotional Crisis||Counseling Centers||Levelland Ext. 2366 or 2368
After Hours 716-2427
Reese Ext. 4605 or 4606
After Hours 765-8393
When In Doubt Call 911