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Crisis and Emergency Management Plan

The purpose of Reynolds’ Crisis and Emergency Management Plan (CEMP) is to provide guidance to preserve life, protect property, and respond to an incident, emergency and to facilitate the initial steps of the recovery of the college’s essential business functions. An incident may evolve into an emergency when the event overwhelms or nearly overwhelms day-to-day services, resources, and personnel in place to manage the event, while causing a significant disruption of normal business in all or a portion of the campus or property owned or leased by the college. Nothing in the CEMP, or any element thereof, should be construed in any way to limit the use of good judgment and common sense in handling the issues described in the CEMP.
Crisis and Emergency Management Plan


Active Shooter Emergencies
Visit Active Shooter Preparation for more information on what to do if an active shooter is present on campus.

Download our Quick Action Guide 

Emergency Response Guides
Annex A — Earthquake Preparation and Response Guide
Annex B — Communicable Disease Prevention Response Guide
Annex C — Medical Emergency Response Guide
Annex D — Emergency Evacuation Response Guide
Annex E — Bomb Threat Response Guide
Annex F — Workplace and Campus Violence Response Guide
Annex G — Suspicious Package Response Guide
Annex H — Power Outage and Utility Failure Response Guide
Annex I — Tornado and Severe Weather Response Guide
Annex J — Oil and Chemical Spill Response Guide
Annex K — Regional Emergency Preparation Response Guide

Addendums/Forms
Addendum A - Bomb Threat Checklist
Addendum B - Symptoms of Emotional Distress
Addendum C - Emergency Assessment Form
Addendum D - Emergency Drill Evaluation Report
Addendum E - Emergency Equipment List
Addendum F - Evacuation Assignment List
Addendum G - Fire Inspection Checklist
Addendum H - External Contact List
Addendum I - Emergency Operations Center Action Plan
Addendum J - Situation Report
Addendum K - Activity Log
Addendum L - Resource Request
Addendum M - Sign-in Sheet

Severe Weather Shelter Locations
Severe Weather Campus Shelter Locations

The department maintains close contact with other
Office of Emergency Management agencies to include: 

Virginia Department of Emergency Management
Richmond City Office of Emergency Management
Henrico County Office of Emergency Management
Goochland County Office of Emergency Management

 



Weather Emergency Instructions

View instructions on what you should do in the case of a weather emergency when you are on campus.