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The Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity Program at Caltech aims to create a disaster resilient Institute by providing education in emergency procedures and personal preparedness as well as facilitating the development of continuity plans within all Divisions and Departments on campus.

 

The goal of this website is to provide ongoing information about emergency and continuity planning initiatives on campus, upcoming training opportunities and act as a repository of key resources, templates and tools.

 

Thank you for taking the time to prepare now for an emergency. Our level of preparedness now will dictate how quickly and comfortably we can recover after a disaster strikes.

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Personal Preparedness Fair

The Crisis Management Council's Outreach and Education Team would like to thank everyone who became a little more prepared by practicing their earthquake procedures and visiting the Personal Preparedness Fair on Thurs October 17 as part of the Great California ShakeOut.

 

 

In case you missed it, there were representatives from Environment Health and Safety, Campus Security, the Staff and Faculty Consultation Center, Student Health Services, Caltech's Earthquake Programs, the Caltech Amateur Radio Club (CITARC), the Pasadena Fire Department's Disaster Advisory Council, Leadership Pasadena, SOS Survival Products, SAS, Grainger, Emergency Kits 4 All, Safe N Ready, as well as Caltech's Emergency Operations Center Incident Commander.

 

 

 

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Emergency Information

Sign up to receive Caltech Emergency Notifications.

During an emergency, for official information go to www.caltech.edu or call
(626) 395-3291.

To report an emergency call x5000

News & Current Events

Learn about natural hazards in your neighborhood

The California Emergency Management Agency has a website that will allow you to enter your home address and learn about what hazard exist in your area. Go to:

http://myhazards.calema.ca.gov

Remember the best way to recover from disasters is by reducing the risks before a disaster strikes

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