Emergency Preparedness Training

CSU, Chico Emergency Management Orientation (Online Training) 
This course is an introduction to the Emergency Preparedness program at the University. The course briefly covers employee's potential roles in an emergency, the campus' Emergency Operations Center, the Incident Command Structure, the National Incident Management System as well as the Standardized Emergency Management System.

Floor Evacuation Coordinator Training (Online Training) 
The mission of the FEC Program is to provide trained volunteer employees in all Campus buildings who will assist and guide others during routine evacuation drills and emergency situations.  These individuals receive specialized annual training regarding evacuation procedures, fire extinguisher use, and other subjects relative to life and fire safety. 

This training will give the FEC's a basic introduction to their roles and responsibilities in the event of an emergency on campus.

Assisting People with Disabilities During an Emergency (Online Training) 
This presentation is intended to assist in the collaborative efforts of faculty, staff, and students in the effective evacuation of persons with disabilities during an emergency and to mitigate emergency situations before they occur.

Evacuation Procedures for People with Mobility Impairments or Special Needs

Online Training provided by FEMA
We encourage the Campus community to consider their emergency preparedness level both at work and at home.  The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the California Office of Emergency Services (Cal E.M.A.) provide valuable information and tips to assist in emergency preparedness.

Cal E.M.A. "Plan and Prepare"

Disaster Resistant Communities Group.  "Just in Time" disaster on-line video library.  This website provides a wide variety of on-line videos to help individuals and communities be better prepared for disasters.