The following information is being provided for State Agency Building Coordinators for developing or revising an existing Emergency Action Plan for their building.
Building EAP Template - General template for development of building specific emergency action plan.
Building EAP Development Guidance Document - Assists in obtaining the necessary information to complete the Building EAP template.
The guidance document also contains a Floor Diagram Check Sheet that identifies key emergency items that are to be identified on the posted floor diagrams for the general population in the building, and items that the Building Coordinator should be aware of as part of the overall EAP.
Floor Wardens are a key component in the development and implementation of your building's EAP. The following templates will assist in selecting and training floor wardens:
Floor Warden/Sweeper Assignment Form - Used to identify your building's floor wardens. One Floor Warden should be assigned for each floor and responsible for no more than 20 employees. Additional searchers/sweepers can be assigned to assist Floor Wardens.
Floor Warden Training Curriculum - Identifies areas to be covered in Floor Warden and Employee training.
Floor Warden Training Power Point Template - Used in the training and orientation of Floor Wardens.
Floor Warden Checklist for Employee EAP Orientation - Checklist for Floor Wardens to use when orienting employees on the building's EAP.
Floor Warden Training - Contact us at [email protected] regarding training for new Floor Wardens.
AED/CPR Training - Department of Health Services website for training and orientation on AED and CPR usage.
Shots Fired Video - Please contact us at [email protected] to reserve and check out a copy of the DVD
Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center terrorism information
Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency – Options for Consideration Active Shooter Preparedness Video
Department of Homeland Security Pocket Card – Active Shooter Situation
Department of Homeland Security Booklet - Preparing for and Managing an Active Shooter Situation
Cafeterias - EAP procedures for a building containing a cafeteria.
Critical Operation Shutdown Procedures - Operations that may need to be shutdown during an emergency.
Employees Needing Assistance Form - Identifies individuals who may need assistance during an evacuation.
What is Cardiac Arrest? - Provides information what to do if an individual goes into cardiac arrest.
Panic Alarm Policies and Procedures - General template for development of building specific Panic Alarm Policies and Procedures.
Panic Alarm Log and Testing Instructions - Log used for recording all testing and activations of your Panic/Duress Alarm.
Department of Homeland Security Active Shooter Response Guide - Post in break room and provide during training.
DPS Mass Communication - For those located on the Capitol Mall or at the Tucson Complex; go to YES/Employee Services/Mass Communication tab to confirm and enter information needed for you to receive messages in the case of an event on the Capitol Mall or at the Tucson Complex. Note - Text messaging is primary means of communication via personal or work cell.
DPS Mass Communication Overview
Agency occupied buildings should coordinate drills through their building coordinator, building owner or property management company.
Pre-Evacuation Drill Meeting Agenda - Meeting agenda of topics to cover prior to scheduled drills.
Complete the appropriate form below after any evacuation:
- Building Coordinator Evacuation Evaluation Form
- Floor Warden Evacuation Evaluation Form *Note: Some form functionality may vary if using a program other than Acrobat or Adobe Reader 7.0.5 or later.
Contact us at [email protected] to obtain a limited number or copies. Additional copies are available through Arizona Correctional Industries (ACI) under Printing or click the links above for online pdf versions.
Alternate Assembly Areas - Contact us at [email protected] for alternative areas to assemble in the event weather or other issues require evacuees to be re-located during an emergency.