To prepare for, mitigate the effects of, respond to, and recover from real or potential man-made or natural disasters .
Provide leadership and oversee the planning, organization and management of emergency responses and related training in order to provide a safe campus.
- Maintain the SDSU Emergency Plan, both written and online
- Coordinate with local, state and federal emergency planners
- Provide emergency management training for the community
- Provide leadership for emergency preparedness
- Serve on the Emergency Management Team
- Serve on the campus Risk Management Team
University’s leadership has placed an emphasis on emergency preparedness and the development of a community culture that values safety and security as a priority. To advance this priority the position of Emergency Management Specialist was created in May 2012. The Emergency Management Specialist is the primary resource for emergency preparedness, and contingency and continuity planning.
The Emergency Management Specialist also:
- Utilizes several supplemental methods to facilitate incident communications, such as Campus Alert
- Participates in and conducts numerous exercises annually to empower participants, examine plans and equipment, and demonstrate decision making processes
- Fosters numerous important internal and external partnerships
- Collaborates and coordinates with various individuals, groups and agencies across the emergency management spectrum