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Emergency Response Plans

As a faculty member and staff of the College of Arts and Science, you occupy an office, and you may utilize classrooms, research labs and meeting rooms, on a daily basis.

Please familiarize yourself with the Emergency Response Plans ERPs for the buildings in which you spend your time daily.

Each Arts and Science building ERP is a comprehensive document that provides preparedness and response information on what to do in the event of potential emergencies relating to work, academic and research activities happening in that particular building. All university personnel are expected to become familiar with the ERP(s) which are applicable to their particular work areas and work activities.

All current Arts and Science building ERPs are available on the USask Occupational Health Committee website.

Professors & Instructors: Know Your Evacuation Protocols

All professors and instructors are being asked to orient their students during general course orientation session about how to respond in the event of an emergency. This includes:

  • Reviewing the evacuation route from the course location to the appropriate marshalling area.
  • Knowing the nearest safe area or shelter in the event of severe weather or a building lockdown. 

Buildings that have maps for such Emergency Evacuation Protocols (downloadable PDFs) are listed below. If your office building and/or classroom building is not listed below, refer to the more comprehensive Building ERP on the OHC website.

Evacuation Maps

Spinks Ground

ERPP - THORV - G6 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - G34 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - G34w JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - G44 June 2015
ERPP - THORV - G44e JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - G46 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - G46w JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - G51 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - G51.4 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - G51.4w JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - G51e JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - G74 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - G77 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S107 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S107w JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S110 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S120 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S145 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S160 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S164 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S207 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S208 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S209 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S215 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S220 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S225 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S226 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S227 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S255 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S260 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S261 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S262 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S265 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S266 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S267 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S270 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S271 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S272 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S295 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S311 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S320 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S405 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - S411s JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - SG01 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - SG01.4 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - SG07 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - SG10 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - SG15 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - SG25 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - SG50 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - SG55 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - SG60 JUNE 2015
ERPP - THORV - SG65 JUNE 2015

Arts and Science Local Safety Committees

Local Safety Committee 1: Buildings with significant A&S occupancy (offices, labs, classrooms, exhibition space), including:

Administration Building; Agriculture Building; Arts and Science Tower; A&S Link; Archeology; Education Building; McLean Hall; Mitchell Building; Murray Building; Research Annex; Williams Building

  • For non-emergency safety concerns in these buildings: contact chair of LSC Peter Krebs

Local Safety Committee 2: Buildings with significant A&S occupancy (offices, labs, classrooms), including:

Collaborative Science Research Building/WP Thompson Building (lecture halls); Geology Building; Kirk Hall; Physics Building; Thorvaldson Building; Campus Observatory

  • For non-emergency safety concerns in these buildings: contact chair of LSC Peter Krebs

USask Occupational Health Committee