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Stanford University Building Assessment Team Training. Earthquake Preparedness and Building Assessment Team (BAT) Response 2011 Refresher Training Keith A. Perry Emergency Manager Agenda. Overview of Stanford Emergency Management Program BAT Program

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stanford university building assessment team training

Stanford UniversityBuilding Assessment Team Training

Earthquake Preparedness and Building Assessment Team (BAT) Response 2011

Refresher Training

Keith A. Perry

Emergency Manager

  • Overview of Stanford Emergency Management Program
  • BAT Program
  • Virtual Campus Tour

Pacific-North America Plate Boundary

CascadiaSubduction Zone

North American Plate

1700 M~9.0

Juan de Fuca


1906 M=7.8

San Andreas Fault

1857 M=7.9

4.8 cm/year

Pacific Plate



Relative Plate Motion and

Multiple Faults in San Francisco Bay Area

Precise GPS

campus emergency plan goals scope
Campus Emergency Plan:GOALS/SCOPE
  • GOALS:
    • Protect life safety
    • Secure critical infrastructure and facilities
    • Resume teaching and research programs
  • SCOPE:
    • Plan based on all hazards approach
      • addresses natural as well as man made events:
        • earthquakes, hazardous materials releases, floods, fires/ explosions, extended power outages, hazardous materials, infectious disease or mass casualty event
stanford emergency management team organization
Stanford Emergency Management Team Organization



Remaining DOCs






University Emergency Operations Center



Operations & Planning

Intelligence & Data Management

Logistics & Finance

Public Information

DOC: Department

Operations Center

department operations center doc responsibilities

DOCs have clear responsibilities for:

Organizing a DOC headquarter facility staffed with appropriate leadership

  • Securing preparedness education & training for their units
  • Working with the University EOC to coordinate emergency resources, actions, and information
  • Implementing disaster program and cost recovery measures
  • Developing Continuity Plans
  • Mitigating local hazards

DOCs are fundamental to Stanford’s disaster plan, and must have appropriate leadership

  • DOCs get technical support from EM to help develop/maintain their emergency plans
campus emergency plan emergency response priorities
Campus Emergency PlanEmergency Response Priorities
  • Buildings used by dependant populations
    • residences, occupied classrooms and offices, childcare centers, occupied auditoriums, arenas and special event venues
  • Buildings critical to health and safety
    • medical facilities, police/fire buildings, emergency shelters, food supplies, sites containing potential hazards
  • Facilities that sustain the response
  • Classroom and research buildings (unoccupied)
  • Administrative buildings (unoccupied)
bat training 2011
BAT Training 2011
  • Earthquake Building Assessment Teams
    • 600+ trained BATs after 2010 training
    • Always need new BATs
    • Annual training for new BATs
    • Biennial refresher training for returning BATs (next in 2013)
bat priorities
BAT Priorities
  • Your safety is our #1 priority (and it should be yours too)
  • If on campus, pair up with another BAT member and begin your assessment immediately
  • If no other BAT members available, report to your DOC for an assignment
  • If after hours, report to campus (your DOC) when it is safe to do so and you have taken care of your personal responsibilities
what do bats do cont
What Do BATs Do? (cont.)
  • BATs report what they observe using the Stanford University Incident Report Form

Let’s review the form now!

posting the building
Posting the Building
  • BATs post a preliminary sign (if it is safe to do so) that indicates the building has been assessed.
  • On every entrance to the building!
make your report
Make Your Report
  • Know ahead of time to whom and where you report
  • You are not finished until you make your report
inspect local buildings
Inspect local Buildings
  • Your building
  • Other buildings in your organization as assigned by your DOC
  • Other buildings on campus as assigned by the EOC
  • If your DOC has completed all your buildings, check with Residential & Dining Enterprises to see if they need help with assessing housing units
what bats do not do
What BATs Do NOT Do
  • BATs do NOT place themselves at risk
  • BATs do NOT go into buildings; assess from the outside only
  • BATs do NOT make engineering decisions or inspections
  • BATs do NOT post official red, yellow, green signs; engineers do that
bat member tools
BAT Member Tools
  • BAT-Pack
    • BAT ID Hardhat, Vest, Name Tag
    • ATC Manual
    • Flashlight (be sure to add batteries)
    • Documents: Incident Report Forms, Building Posting Sign, BAT Pocket Guide, Caution Tape
bat pack for you to add
BAT Pack – For You to Add
  • Water, snacks
  • Batteries for flashlight, Personal items; sturdy shoes, eyeglasses, prescriptions, family communication plan
  • Warm clothing/rain poncho
priority of responsibilities
Priority of Responsibilities
  • Yourself and your family
    • Take your personal preparedness seriously
    • Sign up for Personal Preparedness, EHS-5090 ($75 STAP funds)
  • BAT Team
  • Department/School
  • University
other opportunities to help
Other Opportunities to Help
  • Your local department response team
  • Your local Department Operations Center
  • Stanford Community Emergency Response Team (SCERT)
  • ARES/HAM Radio
  • Local community CERT
thank you for being a bat
Thank you for being a BAT
  • Your role is critical in Stanford’s Emergency Management activities
  • Don’t forget - Your safety is critical
  • Prepare yourself, your home and your family
  • You are protected by California Good Samaritan Laws