Campus Security

In a life-threatening emergency, dial 911 | Campus Security: (509) 527-2222

 


Emergency procedures

Emergency Numbers

Emergency..................................911
Fire...............................................911
Police...........................................911
Ambulance..................................911
Campus Security...............527-2222

Note: Local area code is (509)


Non-emergency business numbers

Campus security...............................527-2222
Facility services..................................527-2925
Counseling and Testing Center........527-2147
Risk & Safety Management.............527-2550
Mental Health Crisis Line.................524-2999
Fire.........................................................525-1960
Police.....................................................525-1960
Poison Control Center............(800) 732-6985


 

Give the dispatcher

  1.  Your location
  2.  The nature of the emergency
  3.  Phone number from which you are calling
  4.  Your name
  5.  Other information as directed
  6.  Do not hang up, unless there is an immediate threat to your safety
  7.  Report any accident or injury to WWU >.

Reporting an accident or injury

  • All injuries or accidents on campus should be reported.
  • Call 911 in the event of death or major injury.
  • Report work-related accidents to your supervisor.
  • An injured employee and their supervisor must complete a Work-Related Accident/Incident Report和事故调查报告,可从风险和安全管理:527-2250.
  • 受伤的学生或大学客人应填写一份事故/事件报告,可从学院地方健康诊所获得:(509)382-8349.
  • After hours, both reports are available from Campus Security: 527-2222 or at narrative-resources.com/accident-report.

Death or major injury

  1. If you discover or witness a death or major injury on campus, call 911 immediately.
  2. Call Campus Security, 527-2222, as soon as possible.
  3. Stay on scene until you make a statement to law enforcement officials. Do not disturb the scene.
  4. 除了直接相关人员和执法部门外,不要与任何人讨论此事.
  5. If approached by the media, refer all inquiries to University Relations.
  6. Seek emotional support. Counselors are available through the Counseling and Testing Center, 527-2147.

Civil disturbances or demonstrations

Call Campus Security, 527-2222, if any of the following occurs:

  •  Interference with normal operations of the university
  •  Prevention of access to offices, buildings, or other facilities
  •  Threat of physical harm to persons or damage to facilities

Take these actions:

  •  Alert persons in the area.
  •  Lock doors, secure files, documents, and equipment.
  •  If instructed, evacuate building and check in with the Building Coordinator.
  • Wait for further instruction which may come via public announcement or e2Campus (text message, email, WWU website).

Fire

Take these actions

  • If you smell smoke or have other indication of fire, pull the closest fire alarm as you exit the building.
  • Immediately report any fire to 911 and then to Campus Security, 527-2222.
  • Extinguish fire only if fire is very small and if it is safe to do so. Use proper extinguisher.
  • 当你离开时,通知你附近的其他人,如果你可以这样做,而不会增加你自己的危险.
  • Stay low and proceed to the nearest exit. Use stairwells. Do not use elevators.
  • Before opening a door, feel the top of the door or the doorknob. If these areas are not hot, brace yourself against the door and open it slightly.
  • If area is full of smoke, stay low to the floor. If possible, cover your face with a wet cloth.
  • If nearest exit is blocked, go to an alternate exit. If all exits are blocked, go to the room furthest from the fire, close the door and follow procedures below.
  • 疏散到指定的集合区域(列在下面的“建筑物疏散”选项卡下).  Do not re-enter the building.
  • 通知建筑协调员和/或你看到的第一个官员任何尚未撤离的住户, and cause of the alarm, if known.

If trapped by fire

  • Close the door, seal cracks with clothing, tape or other material.
  • 为了引起注意和发出求救信号,站在窗边或在窗外挂一个物体.

Earthquake

During the earthquake:

Indoors

  • Stay where you are!
  • Drop, cover, and hold. Drop down under or next to something solid like a table, desk, or interior doorway.  Tuck your head and cover it with your arms.  Hold onto the solid object you are near.
  • Avoid windows, filing cabinets, bookcases or objects that may fall or collapse.
  • Do not use the elevator.

Outdoors

  • Move away from buildings, trees, and electrical lines.

After the earthquake:

  • Check for injuries. 不要试图移动严重受伤的人,除非他们有进一步受伤的危险.
  • Proceed to designated assembly area and check in with your Building Coordinator.
  • Be prepared for aftershocks.
  • Be aware of potential danger from gas or chemical leaks, fire, downed power lines, damaged structures, and other hazards.
  • Report injuries or damage to the Building Coordinator, who will report to the Emergency Operations Center.
  • 在建筑物被清空之前,不要再进入有明显损坏的建筑物.

Utility (electrical, plumbing, gas) failure

Report Incident 

拨打校园保安,527-2222,报告建筑物名称,房间号码和故障/泄漏类型. 保安将向设施服务和/或紧急调度员报告事件, depending on the severity of the incident.

Electrical/power failure/short

  • If there is an electrical short in equipment, immediately shut off the electricity, pull the plug or shut off electrical circuit breakers if you can do so safely.
  • 尽量拔掉其他设备的插头,以免断电时损坏设备.

Plumbing failure/flooding

  • Stop using all electrical equipment.
  • Vacate the area of flooding. Shut off water and/or contain flooding, if possible.
  • 如遇大范围洪水,应遵照有关当局的指示.

Gas leak

  • Cease all operations and evacuate the area.
  • To avoid triggering an explosion, do not operate light switches or any equipment.

Hazardous material spill

Report Incident:

  • Unless you are CERTAIN it is safe to do so, DO NOT attempt to clean up a hazardous material spill by yourself.
  • 拨打911并报告任何泄漏或泄漏有害物质的性质、位置和大小.
  • Stop source of spill, if it is safe to do so. This would include shutting off valves, setting partially spilled bottles upright, closing containers, etc.
  • Don’t touch or step in spilled materials.
  • 撤离建筑物,并在集合区域登记(列在下面的“建筑物疏散”选项卡下).
  • Close as many internal doors as possible.
  • 留在疏散区,向现场救援人员报告有关泄漏的适当信息.

Things to note:

  • Location (floor, room number, location in room)
  • Has there been fire and/or explosion?
  • Any injuries? If so, how many?
  • What material spilled?
  • Physical state of material (solid, liquid, gas, combination)?
  • Is any hazardous material escaping from the spill location in the form of vapors, fumes, or running/dripping liquid?

To assist victims

  • Immediately wash the material from the victim and remove contaminated clothing.
  • Eyes, if contaminated, should be flushed immediately with water.
  • Washing of the skin and/or eyes should continue for 15 minutes.
  • First aid procedures should be started at once.
  • Unless seeking medical attention, persons who are potentially exposed to a spill or radiation should, before leaving area, report to emergency personnel at the site and give name, phone number, and address.
  • Required cleanup will be directed by the appropriate authorities.
  • 材料安全数据表(MSDS)可供每个存放或使用危险材料的部门参考.

Dangerous weather

High Temperatures 

  • Drink plenty of water or other non-alcohol or decaffeinated fluids. Your body needs water to keep cool. Drink plenty of fluids even if you don't feel thirsty.
  • Slow down. 减少、取消或重新安排剧烈活动,直到一天中最凉爽的时候. 儿童、老人和任何有健康问题的人都应该呆在最凉爽的地方.
  • Dress for summer. Wear lightweight, light-colored clothing to reflect heat and sunlight.
  • Never leave a child unattended in a vehicle, even with the windows down.

Lightning

Indoors 

  • Stay OFF corded phones. You can use cellular or cordless phones.
  • Don't touch electrical equipment or cords. Unplug electronic equipment before the storm arrives.
  • Stay away from plumbing. Do not wash your hands, take a shower or wash dishes.
  • Stay away from windows and doors, and stay off porches. Do not lie on concrete floors and do not lean against concrete walls.

Outdoors 

  • Take shelter in a building or hard-topped vehicle. Golf carts and riding lawnmowers are not safe.
  • There is no safe location outdoors during a lightning storm. 听到雷声就躲起来,待在室内直到最后一声雷声后30分钟. 

High Wind or Hail

  • Take shelter indoors. Both kinds of storms can be highly damaging, 而沃拉沃拉山谷的历史上就有强风刮倒树木的历史, limbs and other debris. 

Winter Storms

  • 只有在绝对必要的情况下旅行,在结冰或雨夹雪的情况下要格外小心.
  • Check road conditions: www.fhwa.dot.gov/trafficinfo/
  • Dress in multiple, 薄层,必要时脱掉,避免过热和出汗(以及随后的寒冷).
  • When walking, beware of slick sidewalks, roads and driveways. 在结冰或结霜的情况下,走在草地上比走在人行道上更安全.

Shelter-in-place

A number of emergencies could require you to shelter-in-place, such as a hazardous material spill in the local area, dangerous weather, or violence on campus. Shelter-in-place simply means creating a shelter where you are. Take shelter immediately; do not go looking for your coworkers, roommate or children. If you are required to shelter-in-place it could last a few minutes or a few hours.

The emergency siren will sound on campus to signal a shelter-in-place, and additional instructions will be given via e2Campus, website banners, and email. Local radio and television stations may also provide additional information.

Action steps:

  • Go to a small, interior room. 在教学楼里,全班学生最好聚集在大房间里,这样就可以减少需要密封的房间.
  • On the way to your chosen shelter, shut as many doors and windows as possible. Lock and barricade access unless you are certain it is a non-violent emergency.
  • If advised to do so, shut off any fans, air conditioners, heaters or anything that may draw air into a room. Close all vents. Using materials available to you, 密封通风口和电源插座,并在门窗周围密封. 设施服务部门可能会关闭所有通风系统,以免外界空气进入.
  • If possible, monitor the situation on local radio stations (try KONA 610 AM/105.3 FM or KGTS 91.3 FM).
  • Do not leave the room until instructed to do so by emergency workers.
  • If you are in a residence hall room or apartment lock all doors and windows, then move to an interior room and follow the above steps.
  • 除非是非暴力紧急事件,否则封锁所有进入你所在区域的通道
  • Turn off as many lights as possible
  • Be as quiet as possible
  • Plan your response should an intruder break into your area

 

Bomb threats

Report all bomb threat calls by calling 911

Receiving bomb threat

Try to keep caller on the phone and ask:

  • When is the bomb going to explode?
  • Where is the bomb located?
  • What kind of bomb is it?
  • What does it look like?
  • Why did you place the bomb?

Record during call or immediately after:

  • Date and time of call
  • Exact words of the caller
  • Approximate age and gender
  • Speech pattern, accent
  • Emotional state
  • Background noises

Spotting suspicious object:

  • 如果这样做是安全的,并且你觉得这样做很舒服,检查你的区域是否有可疑物体.
  • Do not handle object
  • Report location to Campus Security, 2222
  • Clear the area immediately
  • Campus Security or other authorities will order building evacuation as appropriate.

Criminal or violent behavior

Report incident

  • If anyone is in immediate danger dial 911.
  • Report all acts of assault, robbery, theft, overt sexual behavior, etc. to Campus Security, 527-2222, as soon as possible.
  • Do not hesitate to report criminal acts or even suspicious behavior.
  • Do not attempt to apprehend or interfere with a criminal or violent individual, except to protect yourself.

Information to note when reporting crime

Nature/location of Incident _____________________________________

Description of Vehicle:
License Number ____________________

Color

 ____________________ 
Type ____________________ Model ____________________ 
 
Description of Suspect:
Man ____________________ Woman ____________________ 
Juvenile ____________________ Adult ____________________ 
Hair Color ____________________ Length ____________________ 
Weight ____________________ Height ____________________ 
 
Color Clothes:
Pants ____________________ Shirt ____________________ 
Dress ____________________ Coat ____________________ 
Hat ____________________ Shoes ____________________ 


Marks/Scars/Tattoos ________________________________________________
Direction of Travel ___________________________________________________
的描述属性(如果被盗/损坏 ) _______________________________________________

Sexual assault

If you are the victim of sexual assault:

  • Get to a safe place.
  • Call 911 for emergency help.
  • Immediately report an assault to the police.
  • Seek medical attention immediately.
  • Do not bathe or shower before visiting medical facility.
  • Call Campus Security, 527-2222, even if you do not wish to press charges.
  • Seek emotional support from friends and counselors.
    • Counseling and Testing Center: 527-2147
    • Walla Walla county Assault Hotline: 529-9922
    • National Sexual Assault Helpline: (800) 656-4673

If you witness a sexual assault

  • Call 911 in an emergency and offer emotional and physical support to the victim.
  • 如果受害者没有迫在眉睫的危险,请拨打以下号码报告袭击:
    • Campus Security: 527-2222
    • College Place Police: 525-7773
    • Dean of Women: 527-2531
    • Dean of Men: 527-2111
    • Counseling and Testing Center: 527-2147
    • College Place Health Clinic: 382-8349
    • Walla Walla County Assault Hotline: 529-9922

First aid and medical instructions

Take these actions

  • Call 911 for a serious injury or illness.
  • Keep victim still and comfortable and do not move them.
  • Check breathing and pulse. If victim has no pulse and you have been trained, perform CPR.
  • Control serious bleeding by applying direct pressure on wound.
  • Look for emergency medical ID, Medic-Alert tags, 询问目击者,并在校园保安或紧急救援人员到达时向他们提供所有信息.

Building evacuations

On signal by alarm or other authority, if it is safe to do so, 撤离到楼外的以下地点,并向楼协调员报到. When in the following locations, proceed to the designated evacuation area.
 

Meeting locations

Administration Building
East of building

Bowers Hall
South of building

Canaday Technology Center
East of building

Chan Shun Pavilion
Northwest of building

Conard Hall
Follow hall policy

Fine Arts Center
East of building

Foreman Hall
Follow hall policy

Havstad Alumni Center
South of building

Kellogg Hall
Southwest of building

Kretschmar Hall
North of building

Marketing and Enrollment Services
South of building

Meske Hall
West of building 

Peterson Memorial Library
East of building

Plant Services
East of building

Powerplant 

Technical Services and Custodial
East of building 

Grounds and Powerhouse
North of building

Rigby Hall
South of building

Risk & Safety Management
South of building

Sittner Hall
Follow hall policy

Smith Hall
Southeast of building

Spiritual Life Center
South of building

Social Work
West of buildings

The Express
South of building

University Bookstore
West of entry in parking lot

Village Hall
Southwest of building

Village Housing Office
North of building

Winter Educational Complex 

  • Gymnasiums, fitness center and pool
    West of building on field

 

Evacuation of disabled persons

If you are disabled

  • Be aware of persons in your area who could assist you.
  • 如果你不能大声说话,带一个哨子或其他东西来帮助你吸引别人的注意.
  • Give clear instructions as to your needs and preferences.

To help disabled persons

  • Ask disabled person if he or she needs help. Do not move the person unless they have given you permission.
  • Move person up or down stairs only if necessary for life safety.
  • Do not use elevator during fire or earthquake.
  • Assist the disabled person to the nearest and safest exit or safe area, usually the stairway to the ground floor.
  • Assist person to designated assembly area.
  • Alert emergency personnel to the location of the disabled person.

SPECIAL NEEDS

Visually impaired persons
在紧急情况下,告诉对方紧急情况的性质,并主动提供指导. As you walk, tell the person where you are and advise of any obstacles. When you have reached safety, orient the person to where he/she is and ask if any further assistance is needed.

Hearing impaired persons
听力受损的人可能听不到紧急警报,因此需要另一种警报技术. 警告方法包括写一张关于紧急情况和疏散路线的纸条,或者打开和关闭电灯开关. Then indicate through gestures or writing what is happening and what to do.

Persons using crutches, canes or walkers
Ask if the person needs assistance to evacuate. Offer to guide him/her to the emergency exit. If necessary, 携带选项包括使用两人锁臂位置或让人坐在坚固的椅子上, preferably one with arms and drag the chair out of the building. Move person up or down stairs only if necessary for life safety.

Persons in wheelchairs
Wheelchairs may have parts not intended for lifting. Batteries or life support equipment may be connected. Lifting the person could be harmful. Ask the person how you can help. Determine if the person wants to be removed from the chair. Determine if the person wants to be carried down a flight of stairs; forward or backward. Ask what type of assistance he/she will need after evacuation. Move person up or down stairs only if necessary for life safety.

Learning disabilities
Assist persons by giving them directions and orienting them to the emergency exits. Practice evacuation procedures with them prior to an emergency. Offer to guide.

Emergency training


Fire Safety

Learn what to do in case of fire. View WWU’s fire safety procedures >


Active Shooter

Be prepared in the event of an active shooter. Remember: Run, Hide, Fight. Learn how to respond >


e2Campus Emergency Notification

Walla Walla University uses e2Campus to facilitate emergency notifications. 有了e2Campus,用户可以通过他们的校园电子邮件地址和手机接收网上博彩澳门银河Sign up for e2campus or update your information >


Annual Security & Fire Safety Report

The Annual Clery Report 包括犯罪和火灾统计数据,报告给沃拉沃拉大学安全部门和学院地方警察局按照克莱里法案规定的指导方针. 


Drug and Alcohol Policy

沃拉沃拉大学致力于提供一个支持人类充分发展的学习环境. To achieve this goal, 大学认为,无毒的生活方式是必不可少的,因此维持寻求无酒精的政策, tobacco-free, and drug-free campus environment.
Read the policy >