The University of Texas-Pan American
 
Environmental Health and Safety
April 18, 2014

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Emergency Response


Emergencies are unplanned events that can cause significant injury or death to employees, students, or the public, disrupt or close down operations, cause physical or environmental damage, or harm the university's public image. Proper planning is necessary to minimize the impact of emergencies on university operations. The UTPA has a comprehenensive emergency response plan designed to prepare the university to properly handle emergency situations that may occur on campus. The plan contains procedures for notifying appropriate personnel, defines responsibilities, and provides guidelines for handling emergencies. While this guide does not cover every possible situation, it supplies the basic information necessary to cope with most man-made or natural emergencies.

Hurricane Preparedness | Pandemic Flu | Crisis Management Team Plan
Helicopter Crash (HPE II)

Critical Incident Stress Management Team (CISMT)

The Critical Incident Stress Management Team (CISMT) is charged preventing or mitigating the negative impact of acute stress on themselves and other workers in the event of an emergency. They are also interested in accelerating the recovery process for those emergency personnel or victims that have been seriously stressed or traumatized .
In The Event Of:Call
Medical Emergency911
Fire or Other Emergency911
Poison Center1-800-POISON 1
Chemical Emergency911 or 381-3690
Chemical Spill911 or 381-3690
EH&S Office(956) 381-3690
EH&S Fax:(956) 381-2699
1201 W. University Drive Edinburg, TX 78539-2999
956/381-UTPA  1-866-441-UTPA
UTPA Bronc