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Emergency Preparedness Plan


The purpose of the Oklahoma State University Emergency Response Plan is to provide a rapid, coordinated and effective response to dangerous man-made or naturally occurring incidents or events for the purpose of protecting the public health and safety, the University environment, to preserve and safeguard property.


EHS personnel respond to all fire alarms and burning odors on campus 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week. Our duty is to assure the safety of everyone on the OSU Stillwater campus and to provide assistance in solving specific fire protection and safety problems on any campus in the OSU system or governed by the A&M Board of Regents.


This program establishes procedures for emergency evacuation of persons with disability from residence halls and other occupied buildings at Oklahoma State University and its entities. The guidelines set forth in this program are in compliance with NFPA 101 Life Safety Code, the Americans With Disabilities Act, and ANSI A117.1.