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NDSU Barry Hall Table Top Exercise. June 16, 2010 University Police & Safety Office Jolean Pederson & Dustin Jensen. Exercise Purpose. The Table Top Exercise is intended to stimulate discussion of various issues regarding four hypothetical situations. Introduction.

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Ndsu barry hall table top exercise

NDSU Barry Hall Table Top Exercise

June 16, 2010

University Police & Safety Office

Jolean Pederson

&

Dustin Jensen


Exercise purpose
Exercise Purpose

  • The Table Top Exercise is intended to stimulate discussion of various issues regarding four hypothetical situations.


Introduction
Introduction

  • The exercise is open dialogue. All ideas and input are welcome

  • Be respectful of all opinions – agree to disagree.

  • Look at how quickly an incident scene can be sized up by hazardous conditions, weather, size of area, scope, access, day of the week, morning or night, criminal activity, etc.


Objectives
Objectives

  • Evaluate and Review Emergency Evacuation/Shelter in Place Plans for the following Scenarios:

    • Fire Evacuation

    • Tornado Event

    • Chemical/Hazmat Spill

    • Active Shooter


Scenario 1
Scenario 1

  • It is August in Fargo, ND and most students are on summer break from the NDSU campus. Professors continue to work and prepare for the beginning of the fall semester or teach summer classes. There are a few classes being conducted in Barry Hall, but many areas are not being used.


Scenario 11
Scenario 1

  • Tuesday, August 10, 2010; 9:00 AM

  • *Weather forecast: 55 degrees with sustained wind speeds of 15-20 mph (W/SW) and gusts up to 25 mph expected during the day.

    * Weather conditions are the same for all scenarios


Scenario 12
Scenario 1

  • At 9:05 AM: University Police Dispatch receives a series of 911 calls stating that there is an odor of burnt rubber & oil and a slight haze/smoke in the Barry Hall building.

  • Calls are reported from both sections of the building.

  • A faculty member pulls the fire alarm and begins to warn others in the area.


Situational awareness
Situational Awareness

  • What do we know?

  • What do you do right now?

  • Where do we go? (Remember all conditions)

  • What do we do when we get there?


Scenario 2
Scenario 2

Monday afternoon, National Weather Service issues Tornado Watch for SW and SC North Dakota

At 1:40 PM National Weather Service issues Special Weather Statement of a line of severe storms developing over SW and SC North Dakota



Scenario 21
Scenario 2

  • At 2:10 PM NWS issues a Tornado Warning for Cass and Clay Counties until 5:00 PM

  • At 2:15 PM weather spotter confirms tornado on the ground SW of Davenport, ND moving NE at 30 MPH


Situational awareness1
Situational Awareness

  • What do we know?

  • What do you do right now?

  • Where do we go? (Remember all conditions)

  • What do we do when we get there?


Scenario 3
Scenario 3

  • Train derailment with chemical spill in the neighborhood

  • Emergency notification received from local officials through radio, TV or telephone and the NDSU Notifind.

  • Warning sirens have been activated.


Situational awareness2
Situational Awareness

  • What do we know?

  • What do you do right now?

  • Where do we go? (Remember all conditions)

  • What do we do when we get there?


Scenario 4 part 1
Scenario 4 (part 1)

  • Active Shooter in Vicinity – How to Respond

    • Remember : Quickly determine the most reasonable way to protect your own life. Customers and clients are likely to follow the lead of employees and managers during an active shooter situation.

  • A student runs into Barry Hall after seeing a stranger with a gun outside the building.


Situational awareness3
Situational Awareness

  • What do we know?

  • What do you do right now?

  • Where do we go? (Remember all conditions)

  • What do we do when we get there?


Scenario 4 part 2
Scenario 4 (part 2)

  • Active shooter gains access to Barry Hall through unsecured door.

  • Some students in nearby classes panic and several leave the class.

  • Students who manage to evacuate the building are terrified when weapons are pointed at them by members of the SWAT team.


Situational awareness4
Situational Awareness

  • What do we know?

  • What do you do right now?

  • Where do we go? (Remember all conditions)

  • What do we do when we get there?


Scenario 4 additional considerations
Scenario 4 (Additional Considerations)

  • How you should react when Law Enforcement arrives:

    • Remain calm, and follow officers’ instructions

    • Keep hands visible at all times and immediately raise hands and spread fingers

    • Avoid making quick movements toward officers such as attempting to hold on to them for safety

    • Provide information about the shooter(s)

      • Location, description, number of shooters, kinds of weapons, and potential number of victims



Next steps for training internal
Next Steps for Training (Internal)

  • Review Disaster Preparedness Overview Document with your Staff.

  • FULL review of Personal Safety and Security Manual.

    • PDF for download at: http://www.ndsu.edu/police_safety/police/safetysecurity.pdf

  • Familiarity with Emergency Action Guide (Poster)

    • PDF for download at: http://www.ndsu.edu/police_safety/safety/Forms/EmergencyActionGuidePosterNew09.pdf

  • Understand NDSU Policy Section 166:University Health and Safety Policy


Next steps for training external
Next Steps for Training (external)

  • FEMA/Emergency Management Institute Courses:

    • Introductory Courses:

      • IS-100.HE Introduction to the Incident Command System, ICS-100, for Higher Education

        • http://training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/is100HE.asp

      • IS-200.a (ICS 200) ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents

        • http://training.fema.gov/emiweb/is/is200a.asp

      • IS-700.a National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction

        • http://training.fema.gov/emiweb/is/is700a.asp

    • Advanced Courses (Class Room Only) Next Session TBD

      • ICS-300: Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents

      • ICS-400: Advanced ICS Command and General Staff—Complex Incidents

  • (Campus) Community Emergency Response Team or (C) CERT

    • July 19-21, Memorial Union Arikira Room, 8:30-12:30

  • Department of Homeland Security Soft Target Training

    • http://www.nd.gov/des/events/

  • NDSU Department Safety Representative Program

    • Roll out Date TBD


Contact information
Contact Information

Jolean Pederson

Associate Director UP&SO

701-231-9587 (Office)

[email protected]

Dustin Jensen

Ready Campus Initiative

Project Director

701-231-8598

[email protected]



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