EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

Accidents or injuries during normal work hours
Accidents or injuries during evening hours
Bomb threats
Fires
Natural disasters
Enemy attacks
Outdoor evacuation area
Harassment -- a person threatening others
Elevator emergencies
Accident or Injury During Normal Working Hours

In the event of an accident or injury occuring between 7:45 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday, these procedures should be followed: 
  1. Call 911 for ambulance (9-911 on campus telephone). Give essential information: 
    1. Location -- building and room number, road to enter campus 
    2. Type of emergency and victim's condition 
    3. Your name and phone number 
  2. Call extension 282 or 284-1140 (cell) to notify the Health Nurse. 
  3. Call extension 142. 
    1. To notify others that an ambulance has been summoned. 
    2. To have Campus Security escort the ambulance to the location. 
    3. To request other assistance. 
Accident or Injury During Evening

If an accident or injury occurs after 4:30 p.m. during evening clases hours, these procedures should be followed: 
  1. Call 911 for an ambulance (9-911 on campus telephone). Give essential information: 
    1. Location -- building and room number, road to enter campus. 
    2. Type of emergency and victim's condition. 
    3. Your name and phone number. 
  2. Call extension 247 or 284-1270 (cell - Security)
    1. To notify others that an ambulance has been summoned. 
    2. To have Campus Security escort the ambulance to the location. 
    3. To request other assistance. 
Bomb Threat

In the event of a bomb threat, these procedures should be followed: 
  1. Keep the caller on the line as long as possible. Ask the caller to repeat the message. If possible, record every word spoken by the person making the call. 
  2. If the caller does not indicate the location of the bomb or the time of possible detonation, ask the caller to provide this information. 
  3. Inform the caller that the building is occupied and the detonation of a bomb would result in death or serious injury to many innocent people. 
  4. Pay particular attention for any strange or peculiar background noises, such as motor running, background music (and the type of music), and any other noises which might give even a remote clue as to the place from which the call is being made. 
  5. Listen closely to the voice (male-female), voice quality, accents and speech impediments. 
Notification Procedures: 
During School Hours, 7:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 
Report information to the Office of Administrative Services: 
On campus telephone, dial direct ext. 123. 
Off campus telephone, dial 845-9123. 
The Office of the Director of Administrative Services (DOAS) will contact the Honolulu Police Department. That person will contact the Head Custodian and Campus Security to initiate the evacuation procedures. A room-by-room search will be coordinated by the Director of Administrative Services and the Honolulu Police Department. 
During Evening Classes, after 4:30 p.m. & weekend classes 
If a bomb threat is received during the evening when classes are in session, the same procedure mentioned above should be followed except that the threat should be reported to the apprenticeship office located in Bldg. 4, ext. 247 or 294-9123 (cell - DOAS). 
After Hours 
If a bomb threat is received during late evening hours, or when school is not in session, these procedures should be following: 
Call the Honolulu Police Department directly. 
Use a public pay phone, no charge, dial 911. 
Or use an on-campus telephone, dial 9 then 911. 
Fire
In the event of a fire, sound an alarm, then follow these procedures: 
Notify the Fire Department. 
Use a public pay phone, no charge, dial 911. 
Or use an on-campus telephone, dial 9 then 911. 
Notification procedures: 
Instructors should designate students to help with any handicapped students and instructors should escort their classes to the designated evacuation area. 
During School Hours: The instructor should then immediately notify the Office of the Director of Administrative Services and provide information on the nature and location of the fire. The Office of the Director of Administrative Services will notify Campus Security of the location of the fire. Security will direct the fire companies to the exact location. 
During Evening Hours: In the event of a fire during evening classes after 4:30 p.m., the same procedures mentioned above should be followed except that instructors should immediately notify the Apprenticeship Office in Bldg. 4, ext. 247. 
After Hours: 
Call the Fire Department directly. 
Use a public pay phone, no charge, dial 911. 
Or use an on-campus phone, dial 9 then 911. 
Civil Defense -- Natural Disasters

In the event of an emergency due to a natural disasters, these procedures should be followed: 
  1. All warnings of significant anticipated emergencies shall be disseminated by the University President to the Chancellor/Provost by telephone or messenger service. The alert message must include extent of dissemination of warning and/or action to be taken. 
  2. President to the Chancellor, Dr. Joyce Tsunoda, 948-7313 (office). 
    Provost, Ramsey Pedersen, ext. 266 on campus. 
  3. Classes may be suspended only by the University President or his or her authorized representative, except where immediate action may be necessary, in which case, each Chancellor/Provost is authorized to suspend classes. 
  4. The signal to evacuate the college facilities will be ordered by the Provost via telephone and/or messenger service. The Director of Administrative Services will coordinate evacuation activities. 
Civil Defense -- Enemy Attack

In the event of an emergency due to enemy attack, these procedures should be followed: 
  1. All warnings of significant anticipated emergencies shall be disseminated by the University President to the Chancellor/Provost by telephone or messenger service. The alert message must include extent of dissemination of warning and/or action to be taken. 
  2. President to the Chancellor, Dr. Joyce Tsunoda, 948-7313 (office). 
    Provost, Ramsey Pedersen, ext. 266 on campus. 
  3. Classes may be suspended only by the University President or his or her authorized representative, except where immediate action may be necessary, in which case, each Chancellor/Provost is authorized to suspend classes. 
  4. The signal to evacuate the college facilities will be ordered by the Provost via telephone and/or messenger service. The Director of Administrative Services will coordinate evacuation activities. 
  5. Take cover: 
    1. The warning will be the Civil Defense ATTACK WARNING signal which may or may not be preceded by other warnings. 
    2. On hearing the Civil Defense ATTACK WARNING signal, go to the interior ground floor or interior hallways of your building. 
    3. In the event of an attack without warning, fall flatly and shield eyes from any flash. 
    4. For other disasters, proceed as directed by the Chancellor, Dr. Joyce Tsunoda/Administrator, Ken Kato.. 
Outdoor Evacuation Areas
Building Bldg. No. Evacuation Area
Library Classroom 7 Parking Area #1
Classrooms 71 & 26 Parking Area #1
Auto Body 3 Parking Area #1
Cafeteria 4 Parking Area #2
Science 5 Parking Area #2
Child Care 11 Parking Area #2
Sheet Metal/Plastics Shop 17 Parking Area #2
Machine Shop 13 Parking Area #3
Machinist & Pipefitters 12 Parking Area #3
Electricity 24 Parking Area #3
Electronics 20 Parking Area #3
Administration 6 Parking Area #3
Cosmetology 27 Parking Area #3
Trade & Industry 14 Parking Area #3
Campus Center 2 Parking Area #2
Automotive 43 Parking Area #8
Heavy Equipment 44 Parking Area #8
Marine Education Training Center 50
Parking Area
Airport Training Center 52
Parking Area
Special Evacuation Procedures for Buildings
  1. Each instructor should advise his or her class during the first week at school of the evacuation procedures. At this time also, students in the class will be designated to assist fellow students who are handicapped. 
  2. Students should be made aware of the fire exit stairways on each floor and advised about the exit they should take for faster and safer evacuation. 
  3. When a fire alarm is sounded, instructors should direct their classes out of the building using the stairways. 
  4. At the time of an emergency, attending faculty/staff and designated students will assist handicapped students by guiding, and if necessary, carrying mobility disabled students down the stairwell. 
  5. Elevators should not be used to evacuate buildings. 
Evacuation Plan for Building 2

6TH FLOOR: 

  1. Rms 616, 601, 604 should take mauka exit stairway. 
  2. Rms 614, 613, 612 should take ewa exit stairway. 
  3. Rms 611, 609, 608 should take makai exit stairway. 
5TH FLOOR: 
  1. Rms 501, 516, 503 should take mauka exit stairway. 
  2. Rms 514, 505, 506, 507 should take ewa exit stairway. 
  3. Rms 512, 516, 508, 509 should take makai exit stairway. 
4TH FLOOR: 
  1. Rms 416, 401, 405, 415 should take mauka exit stairway. 
  2. Rms 414, 407, 406, 412 should take ewa exit stairway. 
  3. Rms 411, 410, 408, 409 should take makai exit stairway. 
3RD FLOOR: 
  1. Rms 316, 302, 315, 303 should take mauka exit stairway. 
  2. Rms 314, 304, 305, 306, 327 should take ewa exit stairway. 
  3. Rms 313, 312, 308, 309 should take makai exit stairway. 
2ND FLOOR: 
  1. Campus Activities Board Rm and Dino Room(2-210) should take mauka exit stairway. 
  2. Game Rm and Rm 208 should take ewa exit stairway. 
  3. Lounge Rm should take makai exit stairway. 
Evacuation Plan for Building 7

6TH FLOOR: 

  1. Rms 613, 604, 616, 635, 612, 611, 617, 618 should take Diamond Head exit stairway. 
  2. Rms 602, 620, 621, 622, 624, 632, 625, 633 should take ewa exit stairway. 
  3. Rms 610, 603, 601, 623, 626, 619, 634 should take makai exit stairway. 
5TH FLOOR: 
  1. Rms 503, 510, 511, 512, 519, 534 should take Diamond Head exit stairway. 
  2. Rms 502, 520, 521, 501, 532, 533 should take ewa exit stairway. 
  3. Rms 504, 513, 505, 518, 535, 517, 516 should take makai exit stairway. 
4TH FLOOR: 
  1. Rms 403, 410, 411, 435, 416, 417 should take Diamond Head exit stairway. 
  2. Rms 420, 421, 401, 432, 420, 433 should take ewa exit stairway. 
  3. Rms 409, 408, 412, 405, 413, 419, 418, 433 should take makai exit stairway. 
3RD FLOOR: 
  1. Rm 313, the College Skills Center, should take ewa exit stairway. 
  2. Recording Room, T.V. Control, T.V. Film Studio and Rms 304, 303, 302 should take makai exit stairway. 
  3. Audio Studio, Dark Room and Rms 326, 326A, 325, 312, 311, 310 should take Diamond Head exit stairway. 
Threats, Harassment, and Assuault of Faculty, Students, or Staff

The Hawaii Penal code makes it a criminal offense for anyone to threaten, harass, and/or physically assault another person.

DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR -- STUDENTS: 

VERBAL THREATS/HARASSMENT 
In the event of verbal threats and/or harassment, the following procedures are to be implemented: 
  1. Be calm and passive. Do not antagonize the individual. 
  2. If possible, secure the name of the individual. Submit a written report of the incident to the Director of Administrative Services at ext. 123 or phone no. 845-9123. Forms are available at this office. 
  3. Further investigation of the incident will be the responsibility of the Dean of Student Services at ext. 235 or phone no. 845-9235. 
  4. The Director of Administrative Services will advise the victim of his/her right to seek restraining orders against individual for harassment. 
PHYSICAL VIOLENCE 
In connection with the incidence or potential occurrence of physical violence, the following procedures are to be implemented: 
  1. Always remember to be courteous. 
  2. If a student tends to get aggressive, ask the student to leave. If the student does not leave, remove yourself from the situation, complete an incident form, and submit it to Director of Administrative Services. Further investigation of the incident will be the responsibility of Dean of Student Services. 
  3. Dismiss class if the student gets uncontrollable. 
  4. If physical violence occurs, call the Director of Administrative Services at phone 845-9123. The Director of Administrative Services will call Head of Campus Security and the Honolulu Police Department as required. Campus Security can be reached at ext. 273 or phone 845-9142. The Director of Administrative Services will insure that all facts are collected via an incident report form. Further disciplinary action will be the responsibility of The Dean of Student Services. 
  5. The Director of Administrative Services will advise the victim of his/her right to seek restraining orders against individual for harassment. 
DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR -- NON-STUDENTS: 
In the event that a non-student becomes disruptive, the instructor or staff person should report the incident to the Office of Administrative Services and/or report the incident directly to the Head of Campus Security. The Director of Administrative Services will direct the campus security personnel to implement specific procedural actions to document the disruptive behavior. After the procedural actions have been completed and the non-student continues to remain on campus, the Director of Administrative Services will call the Honolulu Police Department to have the person arrested for Trespass, under Section 708-814(6) of the H.R.S. 
PETITION FOR TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER AND FOR INJUNCTION AGAINST HARASSMENT 
  1. Any person seeking relief from harassment may file a petition in the Civil Section of the District Court of the First Circuit for Temporary Restraining Order against harassment. 
  2. Legal forms, which are recommended by the Court for use in seeking a Restraining Order against individuals for harassment, are made available by the District Court of the First Circuit, Civil Division; Kauikeaouli Hale, 111 Alakea Street; Honolulu, Hawaii 96813. The clerk of the court can provide instructions as to preparation of forms; there is a filing fee of $10.00. 
REQUEST FOR CRIMINAL PROSECUTION per Chapter 707, Section 710, 712, 715, 716, 717 and Chapter 711, Section 1106, HRS Revised Statutes 
  1. Should the victim (faculty, staff member, or student) insist on criminal prosecution, the investigating Campus Security Officer shall request that an Officer from the Honolulu Police Department handle the investigation. 
  2. The Campus Security Officer initially investigating the incident will submit an incident report, which will be placed in Campus Security files. 
Elevator Emergency

In the event of an emergency, call the following persons during school hours 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.: 
Notify Operations & Maintenance at ext. 142. Operations & Maintenance will notify the General Maintenance & Services Supervisor or the Janitor Supervisor and/or Campus Security. 
Elevator Emergency after 4:30 p.m.: 
Notify the Apprenticeship Office located in Bldg. 4, ext. 245. Advise the Dean on duty of the situation.
If college personnel cannot resolve the problem, they will call the appropriate company providing maintenance services:
Building Phone Inside Elevator Company Phone
2 809 Schindler Elevator Corp.
(Bldg. ID#186343)
1-800-225-3123
5 810 Schindler Elevator Corp.
(Bldg. ID#186353)
1-800-225-3123
6 808 Otis Elevator Co.
(Bldg. ID#STH211736)
1-800-233-6847
599-1111
7 812 Schindler Elevator Corp. 1-800-225-3123
14 811 Schindler Elevator Corp.
(Bldg. ID#186454)
1-800-225-3123
27 809 Otis Elevator Corp.
(Bldg. ID#STH211736)
1-800-233-6847
599-1111

Emergency Procedures Revised 7/19/00

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