Emergency Response

The Eastern Washington University Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP) is designed as a framework for mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery activities. It details authorities, functions, and responsibilities to establish a coordinated and effective response to emergencies and disasters of all types.  This plan will be utilized to enhance emergency management capabilities, coordinate all phases of emergency management activities in order to minimize the impacts of emergencies and disasters, and to protect the people, property, economy, and environment of Eastern Washington University.

Paul Ouimette, Officer

Emergency Response Procedures


Police-Fire-Paramedics: 911


Police Assistance Non-Emergency: 509.359.7676


Power Outages: 509.359.2245


Hazardous Materials Incident: 509.359.6496


Poison Control Center: 1.800.222.1222

911 Procedures
Assisting At-Risk Individuals
Bomb Threats & Suspicious Objects
Building Evacuation Procedures
Communicable Disease Response
Disruptive Person/ Workplace Violence
Hazardous Materials
Mass Illness
Person with a Weapon/Gun, Shots Fired
Personal Safety Plan
Power Outage/ Weather Emergencies
Shelter in Place and Lockdown
Terrorism, Weapons of Mass Destruction
Wildland Fire