Lewis & Clark College’s Crisis Management plan provides general all-hazards management guidance, using existing organizations and lines of authority to allow Lewis & Clark to meet its responsibilities before, during, and after an emergency occurs.
Disasters usually strike without warning. They can force neighborhood evacuation or confine you in your home. Your family can be separated. You and your loved ones can be injured. Emergency response workers may not be able to help you if thousands of people are affected at once. In these situations, preparedness and self-reliance become very important.
Are you prepared to survive on your own for at least the first 72 hours following a major disaster such as an earthquake? This guide will help you prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies that threaten the safety of your family.