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When the system doesn't work!: General emergencies (not tech related)

This is for both public and back end use. What do we do when the system (e-resources, log ins, general computer frustrations, etc.) doesn't work as expected or as it should.

Emergency Procedures

MISSION: Get *everyone* out of the Library building to outdoors

  • Alarm will sound and Library PA system will alert patrons to emergency
    • Follow up with PA announcement
  • Do *not* use the elevator
  • Use stairs to exit to the 1st floor and exit out the stairwell doors.
    • In the event of a drill patrons may refuse to go outside.  They will at least need to leave the Library through a main entrance.
    • If they refuse, do not argue but note how many and where they are.  Report this to the 1st floor supervisor.
      • Do not argue with them.
  • If a wheelchair or Amigo is involved, direct that person to the stairwell landing. Leave the building and notify the Circulation Desk and/or first responders that there is a person with limited or no mobility still in the building.
  • Lock Library doors or guard doors from outside the Library

Floor Responsibility

  • 4th floor: Administration / TS / RS staff (if present) or Circulation Supervisor / students
  • 3rd floor: Circulation Supervisor / students
  • 2nd floor: Circulation Supervisor / students
    • Centers: Clear your area and exit Library
  • 1st floor: Circulation Staff and/or Research Desk Staff / students

USE WALKIE TALKIE FOR COMMUNICATION

TERMINATION OF EMERGENCY

  • Circulation staff will be in contact with Campus responders to communicate All Clear

NOTE: in the case of an immediate emergency please escape ASAP via whatever stairwell makes sense.

SVSU Procedures for fires 
http://www.svsu.edu/media/campusfacilities/docs/General%20Fire_Drill_Evac%20Procedures.pdf

Video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=BNTq9WAGhzo

Library PA announcement == REAL ==

 Attention!  Attention!

A fire alarm has sounded.  Everyone must leave the Library.

Please use the main stairway to go to the first floor.  Staff will direct you to a safe place outside of the Library.

 

Again: a fire alarm has sounded.  Everyone must leave the Library.

Please use the main stairway to go to the first floor.  Staff will direct you to a safe place outside of the Library.

Library PA announcement ==HYBRID ==

 Attention!  Attention!

A fire alarm has sounded.  Even though this is a drill, everyone must leave the Library.

Please use the main stairway to go to the first floor.  Staff will direct you to a safe place outside of the Library.

 

Again: a fire alarm has sounded.  This is a drill.  Everyone must leave the Library.

Please use the main stairway to go to the first floor.  Staff will direct you to a safe place outside of the Library.

Library PA announcement == DRILL ==

Attention!  Attention!

A fire alarm has sounded.  This is only a drill.  Repeat: this is only a drill.

If this had been an actual emergency you would be directed to the main stairway to go to the first floor.  From there you would be directed outside of the Library.

 

Again: this is only a drill.  There is nothing you need to do.

MISSION: Get *everyone* out of the Library building to interior hallway in Science West

EMERGENCY ALTERNATIVE: If time does not permit that, get as far removed from exterior glass, doors and exterior walls (restrooms, 1st floor alcoves)

  • Alarm will sound and Library PA system will alert patrons to emergency
  • Do *not* use the elevator
  • Use stairs to exit to the 1st floor and exit out the 1st floor main entrance doors and to the interior Science West corridors
  • If a wheelchair or Amigo is involved: direct that person to a restroom.
    • Leave the building and notify the Circulation Desk and/or first responders.
  • If time does *not* permit to get to the designated safe areas, get to nearest place protected from exterior wall glass (e.g., bathroom, etc.).
  • DO NOT HIDE IN EMERGENCY STAIRWELLS.

Floor Responsibility

  • 4th floor: Administration / TS / RS staff (if present) or Circulation Supervisor / students
  • 3rd floor: Circulation Supervisor / students
  • 2nd floor: Circulation Supervisor / students
    • Centers: Clear your area and exit Library
  • 1st floor: Circulation Staff and/or Research Desk Staff / students
  • USE WALKIE TALKIE FOR COMMUNICATION

TERMINATION OF EMERGENCY

Circulation staff will be in contact with Campus responders to communicate All Clear

Library PA announcement == REAL ==

 Attention!  Attention!

A severe weather alert has sounded.  Everyone must leave the Library.

Please use the main stairway to go to the first floor.  Staff will direct you to a safe place in Science West.

 

Again: a severe weather alert has sounded.  You must leave the Library.

Please use the main stairway to go to the first floor.  Staff will direct you to a safe place in Science West.

Library PA announcement == DRILL ==

Attention!  Attention!

A severe weather alert has sounded.  This is only a drill.  Repeat: this is only a drill.

If this had been an actual emergency you would be directed to the main stairway to go to the first floor.  From there you would be directed to a safe place.

 

Again: this is only a drill.  There is nothing you need to do.

http://www.svsu.edu/universitypolice/campussafety/emergencyproceduresguide/
& click on +Active Shooter to open & view the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VcSwejU2D0

MISSION: Get *everyone* out of harm's way, in order of preference:

  • RUN:
    • Hit fire alarm on way out if possible
    • Do *not* use the elevator
    • Use *any* stairs to flee the Library
  • HIDE: if possible in a locked room out of sight from windows.  Turn off all lights.
  • FIGHT: using whatever is at hand

Floor Responsibility: None. *ALL* staff must leave ASAP

If a wheelchair or Amigo is involved: attempt to get that person to a locked room with no windows if possible.

TERMINATION OF EMERGENCY

Emergency responders will communicate All Clear

Library PA announcement == REAL ==

 Attention!  Attention!

An armed intruder has been reported.  Please leave by the nearest emergency exit and keep moving away from the Library.  Do not use the elevator or main stairs

Again: An armed intruder has been reported.  Please leave by the nearest emergency exit and keep moving away from the Library.  Do not use the elevator or main stairs

 

Library PA announcement == DRILL ==

Attention!  Attention!

This is a drill.  Repeat: this is a drill.  In the event of an armed intruder you would be directed to the nearest emergency exit and  told to keep moving from the Library.

Again, this is only a drill.  Please take this opportunity to let staff show you were the emergency exits are.

 

MISSION: Communicate severe weather conditions in a timely manner, possibly advising the public to move away from windows

  • In the case of approaching severe weather (thunderstorms, blizzards, etc.) notification will rely on the National Weather Service, the Weather Channel app, word of mouth, and/or possibly SVSU outdoor siren. 
    •  PLEASE NOTIFY CIRCULATION DESK IF YOU FEEL IT IS PRUDENT FOR US TO MONITOR THE WEATHER
  • The Library PA system will be used to communicate with the public.
  • If we need to interact directly with patrons Circulation Dept. will communicate with Library areas and disperse responsibility
    • 4th floor: Administration / TS / RS staff (if present) or Circulation Supervisor / students
    • 3rd floor: Circulation Supervisor / students
    • 2nd floor: Circulation Supervisor / students
      • Centers: Clear your area and exit Library
    • 1st floor: Circulation Staff and/or Research Desk Staff / students
    • USE WALKIE TALKIE FOR COMMUNICATION
  • See Weekend Winter Weather procedures for more information

TERMINATION OF EMERGENCY

Circulation staff will be in contact with Campus responders to communicate All Clear

Library PA announcement == REAL ==

 Attention!  Attention!

A severe weather alert has sounded.  Everyone must leave the Library.

Please use the main stairway to go to the first floor.  Staff will direct you to a safe place in Science West.

 

Again: A severe weather alert has sounded.  You must leave the Library.

Please use the main stairway to go to the first floor.  Staff will direct you to a safe place in Science West.

Library PA announcement == DRILL ==

Attention!  Attention!

A severe weather alert has sounded.  This is only a drill.  Repeat: this is only a drill.

If this had been an actual emergency you would be directed to the main stairway to go to the first floor.  From there you would be directed to a safe place.

 

Again: this is only a drill.  There is nothing you need to do.

LIBRARY WEEKEND WINTER WEATHER
Closing Procedures

(updated 12/2009)

If dangerous conditions exist during regular library hours:

  • Check current weather conditions and forecasts / contact Public Safety (x4141) for road conditions (Circ and Ref staff)
  • Contact, in order of preference:
    • Anita
    • Thom
    • Scott
  • Confirm closing based on current weather conditions and forecast (Circ and Ref staff)
  • Contact Campus Facilities (Anita, Thom or Scott)
  • Update SVSU and Library web pages (call ITS Support (x4225) and Matt)
  • Update telephone message (Circ staff)
  • Post signs at library entrances (Circ and Ref staff)
  • Initiate closing procedures (Circ and Ref staff)

 If conditions warrant a decision before the library opens:

  •  Anita, Thom, and/or Scott will make the decision not to open the library no later than 1.5 hours before opening to permit time to contact Circulation supervisors, Reference librarian, Writing Center and Center for Academic Achievement, and student workers.
  • Delay opening dependant on weather forecast.
  • Follow steps 4-6 above.

NOTE:  After storm subsides, remember to change phone message and web pages back to “open” / ”regular” status.

MISSION: Communicate University closing information in a clear and timely manner

  • When the University closes we will follow the normal Library closing procedures. 
  • Circulation Desk will contact the departments and centers to coordinate alerting patrons to the closure.
  • If there are exceptional needs (e.g., a test in progress, etc.) please let us know so we can work out accommodations.
  • See Weekend Winter Weather procedures for more information

In the event that severe winter weather or other adverse conditions necessitate closing the campus and/or cancelling classes and other activities, the following procedures will take place:

Announcement Information

  1. The local media will be contacted regarding the cancellation or closing.
  2. A Campus Alert message will be issued.
  3. The SVSU Weather/Information line (989) 964-4477 will be updated.
  4. A message will appear on the SVSU website.
  5. In the event that sudden and severe weather conditions develop and you have an emergency situation on campus, contact University Police by dialing 911 from a cell phone or 9-911 from a campus phone.

Any questions, please contact the office of The Executive Vice President for Administration & Business Affairs.

For more information about the cancellation of classes and closing of the university, please refer to the following policies.

Weather Cancellation - All Classes

Weather Cancellation - Off-Campus Classes

Attention, Attention.
 
The Melvin J. Zahnow Library will be closing in (ex: 15) minutes.
 
The library will be closing in (ex: 15) minutes at (ex: 11:00 p.m.).
 
Thank you.

Quick Reference

EMERGENCY: x9911

For immediate emergency call 9-1-1 (from campus phone: 9911). 
Do *not* call campus police first

Campus police: x4141 (http://www.svsu.edu/universitypolice/​)

Title IX, Sexual Misconduct & The Law

1st floor

  • Access Services
    • Thom Zantow =x4238 [Department Head]
  • ITD Desk = x4225
  • Research Services Desk = x4242
  • User Services (Circulation, Resource Sharing, Archives) [Z-130]
    • Circulation Desk = x4240
    • Circulation Assistants = x7249
      • Cynthia Holmes-Benner
      • Sharon Reff
      • Crystal Wazny

2nd floor

3rd floor

  • Testing Center
    • Heather Kanicki = x2811 [Z-208]
    • Annette Lynch = x7049

4th floor

  • Library Administration [Z-243]
    • Anita Dey = x4236 [Director]
    • Syl Banks = x4237
    • Tim Rex = x4245
  • Research Services
    • Catherine Curtis = x2152
    • Kathleen Kroll = x7054
    • Marlene Edge-Phillips = x7071
    • Matt Buckley = x2844
    • Michelle Strasz= x7094
    • Scott Mellendorf = x7052 [Department Head]
    • Tina Mullins = x2191
  • Technical Services
    • Beth Johns = x2158
    • Gloria Turner = x4241
    • Heather Fisher = x7053
    • Heather Hillaker = x4247
    • Matt Anderson = x2068

 

Weekend Winter Weather

LIBRARY WEEKEND WINTER WEATHER
Closing Procedures

(updated 12/2009)

If dangerous conditions exist during regular library hours:

  • Check current weather conditions and forecasts / contact Public Safety (x4141) for road conditions (Circ and Ref staff)
  • Contact, in order of preference:
    • Anita
    • Thom
    • Scott
  • Confirm closing based on current weather conditions and forecast (Circ and Ref staff)
  • Contact Campus Facilities (Anita, Thom or Scott)
  • Update SVSU and Library web pages (call ITS Support (x4225) and Matt)
  • Update telephone message (Circ staff)
  • Post signs at library entrances (Circ and Ref staff)
  • Initiate closing procedures (Circ and Ref staff)

 If conditions warrant a decision before the library opens:

  •  Anita, Thom, and/or Scott will make the decision not to open the library no later than 1.5 hours before opening to permit time to contact Circulation supervisors, Reference librarian, Writing Center and Center for Academic Achievement, and student workers.
  • Delay opening dependant on weather forecast.
  • Follow steps 4-6 above.

NOTE:  After storm subsides, remember to change phone message and web pages back to “open” / ”regular” status.

Library Closing Announcement

Attention, Attention.
 
The Melvin J. Zahnow Library will be closing in (ex: 15) minutes.
 
The library will be closing in (ex: 15) minutes at (ex: 11:00 p.m.).
 
Thank you.

University Police Hours 20171115

University Police is making changes to its dispatch operations and office hours. Starting this coming Monday, Nov. 20, dispatch services and the front desk will be staffed from 7 a.m. to midnight Tuesday through Sunday, and from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Mondays.

This change does not affect patrol officers; University Police remains fully staffed with sworn officers, and we remain committed to providing police protection on campus 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.

During those intervals when there is no campus dispatcher on duty, SVSU will be covered by Saginaw County Central Dispatch, which runs 911 services for the county. If you have an emergency, please dial 9-1-1 from your cell phone or 9-9-1-1 from an on-campus phone. Central Dispatch will communicate with University Police officers, and/or other first responders.

Also, as a reminder, please call 911 (or 9-911) for all medical emergencies, even when University Police dispatchers are on duty.

Since becoming chief of police last year, Leo Mioduszewski has been evaluating departmental operations. Like other law enforcement agencies, University Police has always been served by Saginaw County Central Dispatch. More fully using that relationship during times when SVSU experiences a relatively low volume of calls for service will allow SVSU to enhance overall efficiency. Two SVSU dispatchers recently left the university after being accepted into police academies. This presented a logical opportunity to make such a transition.

A call box has been ordered and soon will be installed outside the University Police building; those calls will be routed to Central Dispatch when the building is closed. Similarly, calls to the SVSU dispatch number (989–964-4141) during off hours can be routed to the non-emergency number for Central Dispatch. Callers who require immediate maintenance or custodial assistance will be routed to a cell phone carried by an on-duty member of Campus Facilities.

SVSU enjoys an excellent safety record. We do not expect these changes to affect campus safety.

Please contact Leo Mioduszewski, chief of University Police, at 989-964-4285 if you have any remaining questions

 

Emergency Procedures

IN CASE OF
FIRE -- TORNADO -- INTRUDER -- SEVERE WEATHER -- UNIVERSITY CLOSING -- Library Closing

  • In case of fire or tornado -- TV-5 Weather -- Weather Channel : Saginaw
    • All AS staff and students go immediately to the Circ Office.  From there we give instructions based on who is available.
      • Those going to upper floor should bring notepad to record messages for 1st floor supervisor
      • 1st floor supervisor should have clipboard to record messages to pass along to emergency responders
    • Confirm that 4th floor Admin, TS and/or RS are available.  If not we will need to cover those floors.
    • Students will direct patrons at exit points.  Staff will clear floors and make sure the Library is evacuated.
  • In case of intruder: everyone for themselves.  No exceptions.

FIRE

MISSION: Get *everyone* out of the Library building to outdoors

  • Alarm will sound and Library PA system will alert patrons to emergency
    • Follow up with PA announcement
  • Do *not* use the elevator
  • Use stairs to exit to the 1st floor and exit out the stairwell doors.
    • In the event of a drill patrons may refuse to go outside.  They will at least need to leave the Library through a main entrance.
    • If they refuse, do not argue but note how many and where they are.  Report this to the 1st floor supervisor.
      • Do not argue with them.
  • If a wheelchair or Amigo is involved, direct that person to the stairwell landing. Leave the building and notify the Circulation Desk and/or first responders that there is a person with limited or no mobility still in the building.
  • Lock Library doors or guard doors from outside the Library

Floor Responsibility

  • 4th floor: Administration / TS / RS staff (if present) or Circulation Supervisor / students
  • 3rd floor: Circulation Supervisor / students
  • 2nd floor: Circulation Supervisor / students
    • Centers: Clear your area and exit Library
  • 1st floor: Circulation Staff and/or Research Desk Staff / students

USE WALKIE TALKIE FOR COMMUNICATION

TERMINATION OF EMERGENCY

  • Circulation staff will be in contact with Campus responders to communicate All Clear

NOTE: in the case of an immediate emergency please escape ASAP via whatever stairwell makes sense.

SVSU Procedures for fires 
http://www.svsu.edu/media/campusfacilities/docs/General%20Fire_Drill_Evac%20Procedures.pdf

Video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=BNTq9WAGhzo

Library PA announcement == REAL ==

 Attention!  Attention!

A fire alarm has sounded.  Everyone must leave the Library.

Please use the main stairway to go to the first floor.  Staff will direct you to a safe place outside of the Library.

 

Again: a fire alarm has sounded.  Everyone must leave the Library.

Please use the main stairway to go to the first floor.  Staff will direct you to a safe place outside of the Library.

Library PA announcement ==HYBRID ==

 Attention!  Attention!

A fire alarm has sounded.  Even though this is a drill, everyone must leave the Library.

Please use the main stairway to go to the first floor.  Staff will direct you to a safe place outside of the Library.

 

Again: a fire alarm has sounded.  This is a drill.  Everyone must leave the Library.

Please use the main stairway to go to the first floor.  Staff will direct you to a safe place outside of the Library.

Library PA announcement == DRILL ==

Attention!  Attention!

A fire alarm has sounded.  This is only a drill.  Repeat: this is only a drill.

If this had been an actual emergency you would be directed to the main stairway to go to the first floor.  From there you would be directed outside of the Library.

 

Again: this is only a drill.  There is nothing you need to do.


TORNADO

MISSION: Get *everyone* out of the Library building to interior hallway in Science West

EMERGENCY ALTERNATIVE: If time does not permit that, get as far removed from exterior glass, doors and exterior walls (restrooms, 1st floor alcoves)

  • Alarm will sound and Library PA system will alert patrons to emergency
  • Do *not* use the elevator
  • Use stairs to exit to the 1st floor and exit out the 1st floor main entrance doors and to the interior Science West corridors
  • If a wheelchair or Amigo is involved: direct that person to a restroom.
    • Leave the building and notify the Circulation Desk and/or first responders.
  • If time does *not* permit to get to the designated safe areas, get to nearest place protected from exterior wall glass (e.g., bathoom, etc.).
  • DO NOT HIDE IN EMERGENCY STAIRWELLS.

Floor Responsibility

  • 4th floor: Administration / TS / RS staff (if present) or Circulation Supervisor / students
  • 3rd floor: Circulation Supervisor / students
  • 2nd floor: Circulation Supervisor / students
    • Centers: Clear your area and exit Library
  • 1st floor: Circulation Staff and/or Research Desk Staff / students
  • USE WALKIE TALKIE FOR COMMUNICATION

TERMINATION OF EMERGENCY

Circulation staff will be in contact with Campus responders to communicate All Clear

Library PA announcement == REAL ==

 Attention!  Attention!

A severe weather alert has sounded.  Everyone must leave the Library.

Please use the main stairway to go to the first floor.  Staff will direct you to a safe place in Science West.

 

Again: a severe weather alert has sounded.  You must leave the Library.

Please use the main stairway to go to the first floor.  Staff will direct you to a safe place in Science West.

Library PA announcement == DRILL ==

Attention!  Attention!

A severe weather alert has sounded.  This is only a drill.  Repeat: this is only a drill.

If this had been an actual emergency you would be directed to the main stairway to go to the first floor.  From there you would be directed to a safe place.

 

Again: this is only a drill.  There is nothing you need to do.


 ARMED INTRUDER

http://www.svsu.edu/universitypolice/campussafety/emergencyproceduresguide/
& click on +Active Shooter to open & view the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VcSwejU2D0

MISSION: Get *everyone* out of harm's way, in order of preference:

  • RUN:
    • Hit fire alarm on way out if possible
    • Do *not* use the elevator
    • Use *any* stairs to flee the Library
  • HIDE: if possible in a locked room out of sight from windows.  Turn off all lights.
  • FIGHT: using whatever is at hand

Floor Responsibility: None. *ALL* staff must leave ASAP

If a wheelchair or Amigo is involved: attempt to get that person to a locked room with no windows if possible.

TERMINATION OF EMERGENCY

Emergency responders will communicate All Clear

Library PA announcement == REAL ==

 Attention!  Attention!

An armed intruder has been reported.  Please leave by the nearest emergency exit and keep moving away from the Library.  Do not use the elevator or main stairs

Again: An armed intruder has been reported.  Please leave by the nearest emergency exit and keep moving away from the Library.  Do not use the elevator or main stairs

 

Library PA announcement == DRILL ==

Attention!  Attention!

This is a drill.  Repeat: this is a drill.  In the event of an armed intruder you would be directed to the nearest emergency exit and  told to keep moving from the Library.

Again, this is only a drill.  Please take this opportunity to let staff show you were the emergency exits are.

 


  Severe Weather

MISSION: Communicate severe weather conditions in a timely manner, possibly advising the public to move away from windows

  • In the case of approaching severe weather (thunderstorms, blizzards, etc.) notification will rely on the National Weather Service, the Weather Channel app, word of mouth, and/or possibly SVSU outdoor siren. 
    •  PLEASE NOTIFY CIRCULATION DESK IF YOU FEEL IT IS PRUDENT FOR US TO MONITOR THE WEATHER
  • The Library PA system will be used to communicate with the public.
  • If we need to interact directly with patrons Circulation Dept. will communicate with Library areas and disperse responsibility
    • 4th floor: Administration / TS / RS staff (if present) or Circulation Supervisor / students
    • 3rd floor: Circulation Supervisor / students
    • 2nd floor: Circulation Supervisor / students
      • Centers: Clear your area and exit Library
    • 1st floor: Circulation Staff and/or Research Desk Staff / students
    • USE WALKIE TALKIE FOR COMMUNICATION
  • See Weekend Winter Weather procedures for more information

TERMINATION OF EMERGENCY

Circulation staff will be in contact with Campus responders to communicate All Clear

Library PA announcement == REAL ==

 Attention!  Attention!

A severe weather alert has sounded.  Everyone must leave the Library.

Please use the main stairway to go to the first floor.  Staff will direct you to a safe place in Science West.

 

Again: A severe weather alert has sounded.  You must leave the Library.

Please use the main stairway to go to the first floor.  Staff will direct you to a safe place in Science West.

Library PA announcement == DRILL ==

Attention!  Attention!

A severe weather alert has sounded.  This is only a drill.  Repeat: this is only a drill.

If this had been an actual emergency you would be directed to the main stairway to go to the first floor.  From there you would be directed to a safe place.

 

Again: this is only a drill.  There is nothing you need to do.


  University Closing

MISSION: Communicate University closing information in a clear and timely manner

  • When the University closes we will follow the normal Library closing procedures. 
  • Circulation Desk will contact the departments and centers to coordinate alerting patrons to the closure.
  • If there are exceptional needs (e.g., a test in progress, etc.) please let us know so we can work out accommodations.
  • See Weekend Winter Weather procedures for more information

In the event that severe winter weather or other adverse conditions necessitate closing the campus and/or cancelling classes and other activities, the following procedures will take place:

Announcement Information

  1. The local media will be contacted regarding the cancellation or closing.
  2. A Campus Alert message will be issued.
  3. The SVSU Weather/Information line (989) 964-4477 will be updated.
  4. A message will appear on the SVSU website.
  5. In the event that sudden and severe weather conditions develop and you have an emergency situation on campus, contact University Police by dialing 911 from a cell phone or 9-911 from a campus phone.

Any questions, please contact the office of The Executive Vice President for Administration & Business Affairs.

For more information about the cancellation of classes and closing of the university, please refer to the following policies.

Click here: Weather Cancellation - All Classes 

Click here: Weather Cancellation - Off-Campus Classes

Known issues

Communication

  • Outdoor sirens cannot be heard from the first floor.  We are dependent on upper floors to notify us when sirens go off.
  • June Library evacuation revealed that the walkie talkies were inoperative
    •   Tim Rex is pursuing repairs for our walkie talkies
  • Designated staff in upper floors did not check in with Circulation before leaving with patrons
    • Non-Circulation staff will be reminded of their obligations in the case of an emergency during the July review
  • Circulation staff need to familiarize themselves with scripts used for public announcements
  • Circulation staff must quickly meet and work out assignments before making announcements, etc.
  • Better communication with campus police is necessary

Security

  • New alarm panel will be installed in the coming months.
  • Plan for installing surveillance cameras has not yet been established