Emergency Building Coordinator Training
The training for EBCs and CEBCs consists of basic training modules. When you have completed any of the online training modules, you may print the file to keep in your emergency preparedness kit.
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Emergency Building Coordinator Training Program
|1||Program Overview||CEBCs and EBCs||In class||Register in myTraining|
|2||Emergency Response Training||CEBCs and EBCs||Online||Accessible in myTraining online course|
|3||Inclement Weather Training||CEBCs and EBCs||Online||Accessible in myTraining online course|
|4||Campus Safety-Active Shooter Incident Planning Training||CEBCs and EBCs||In class||Register in myTraining|
Emergency Response Plan Training
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1. Emergency Building Coordinator Training
Those who serve as Emergency Building Coordinators (EBCs) or Chief Emergency Building Coordinators (CEBCs) should attend this basic training covering their responsibilities before, during and after an emergency. This training will outline the importance of the EBC program, who is involved, and expectations of the EBC.
2. Emergency Response Training
As a follow up to the initial training, all Emergency Building Coordinators (EBCs) and Chief Emergency Building Coordinators( CEBCs) will review their duties and learn specific responsibilities in fire, tornado, power outage, gas leak, flooding, explosion, bomb threat and chemical spill emergencies.
3. Inclement Weather Training
Tornado warnings and severe weather are common Midwest events. An Emergency Building Coordinator (EBC) must know how to prepare, where to direct others for shelter, how to access weather communication, and even how to respond after building damage or injury. Emergency Building Coordinators will learn how to plan and equip themselves to be familiar with what to do in the event of a tornado warning.
4. Campus Safety-Active Threat Incident Planning
Providing a safe and secure environment for the WSU community is a top priority. An Emergency Building Coordinator must know all options for responding to an active shooter situation. EBCs will also learn the responsibilities of their role in responding to both an active shooter alert and a live situation.
5. Emergency Response Plan Training
This training is for Chief Emergency Building Coordinators (CEBCs). CEBCs are required to develop and maintain Emergency Evacuation Plans for their building with the assistance and approval of Environmental Health & Safety. This session will guide CEBCs on how to complete the plan and communicate the components to other EBCs in their building.
Revised: 09/21/2018 DC