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Emergency Management Plan

  • Emergency ManagementThis site provides information about St. Petersburg College's Emergency Management Plan. The plan outlines a comprehensive and coordinated approach to emergency preparedness and response as recommended by the Gubernatorial Task Force for Campus Safety.


     


     


     

  • Emergency Alerts
    When an emergency poses a potential threat to life and safety, the college will broadcast emergency notifications to students, faculty and staff through SPC Alert. Learn more about SPC’s Emergency Alert System.

    Emergency Response Guide
    This quick reference guide is posted in classrooms, offices and online to educate students and employees about how to respond in emergencies like injury or sudden illness, evacuation, fire or explosion, hazardous materials spill, bomb threat, suspicious mail, hostile persons, weather emergencies and more. View online Emergency Response Guide. 

    FEMA’s Community College Citizen Preparedness Program
    The Community College Citizen Preparedness course was designed by FEMA to prepare you for disasters on and off campus as well as the community in which you live and work. The course is free and takes 1-2 hours to complete. To receive credit for the course, select the registration tab, complete the form, including your student or employee ID# and and enter St. Petersburg College for the School/Organization.

    Incident Command System
    SPC’s Incident Command System is a standardized, on-scene, all-hazard incident management system developed to protect lives and property.

    Threat Assessment
    In an effort to prevent targeted violence, SPC’s threat assessment procedures educate students about early warning signs, providing sample scenarios and information on how to report suspicious behavior. View threat assessment procedures. Login to MySPC to view Shots Fired Video.

    Weather Emergencies
    Weather advisories and emergencies are common in Florida. While the Emergency Response Guide that is posted in classrooms, offices and online gives instructions on what to do in case of a weather emergency, our Emergency Preparedness blog provides updated status on a variety of emergency situations.

  • Emergency Management Plan
    A comprehensive, all-hazards plan which establishes the framework by which the college will respond to emergencies and disasters. The SPC Emergency Management Plan is located on the One College SharePoint site and is accessible after you log in.

    Overview of SPC Emergency Management Plan and ICS System for Faculty and Staff
    A required video training for faculty and staff with an emphasis on the Incident Command System. Login to MyCourses with SPC user ID and password:

    1. Select SPC Emergency Plan and ICS Overview for Faculty and Staff under Courses 
    2. Select the Lessons tab at the top of the page
    3. Start at the introduction, and work your way through

    Incident Command System Course (ICS 100)
    The ICS 100 for Higher Education course introduces the Incident Command System and provides the foundation for higher level ICS training. This course is highly recommended for those involved with planning, response, and recovery efforts for higher education institutions. 

  • Emergency Alerts
    When an emergency poses a potential threat to life and safety, the college will broadcast emergency notifications to students, faculty and staff through SPC Alert. Learn more about SPC’s Emergency Alert System.

    Emergency Response Guide
    This quick reference guide is posted in classrooms, offices and online to educate students and employees about how to respond in emergencies like injury or sudden illness, evacuation, fire or explosion, hazardous materials spill, bomb threat, suspicious mail, hostile persons, weather emergencies and more. View online Emergency Response Guide. 

    FEMA’s Community College Citizen Preparedness Program
    The Community College Citizen Preparedness course was designed by FEMA to prepare you for disasters on and off campus as well as the community in which you live and work. The course is free and takes 1-2 hours to complete. To receive credit for the course, select the registration tab, complete the form, including your student or employee ID# and and enter St. Petersburg College for the School/Organization.

    Incident Command System
    SPC’s Incident Command System is a standardized, on-scene, all-hazard incident management system developed to protect lives and property.

    Threat Assessment
    In an effort to prevent targeted violence, SPC’s threat assessment procedures educate students about early warning signs, providing sample scenarios and information on how to report suspicious behavior. View threat assessment procedures. Login to MySPC to view Shots Fired Video.

    Weather Emergencies
    Weather advisories and emergencies are common in Florida. While the Emergency Response Guide that is posted in classrooms, offices and online gives instructions on what to do in case of a weather emergency, our Emergency Preparedness blog provides updated status on a variety of emergency situations.