Building Emergency Plans (BSSRs)

BSSR – Who is My BSSR? Where do I shelter? And what do I do during a fire?

Need to know what to do in emergencies for a specific building? Where to shelter in severe weather? What about a fire, where is the evacuation area? Find out not only who is the building's safety and security representative(s), but also where to shelter in severe weather and where to evacuate to in case of a fire, https://emer.prepare.uga.edu/osepforms/building_list.html ...
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BSSR Training Module

New BSSRs should utilize the BSSR Training Module to better understand their roles and responsibilities associated with the BSSR program. The BSSR Training Module provides detailed information on roles/responsibilities, UGAAlert information, suggestions for improving emergency preparedness in your building, an introduction to the online building emergency action plan generator, training opportunities for BSSRs and available resources ...
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BSSR – Register/Update Information

BSSRs can now register as a Primary or Backup BSSR, view their buildings as well as update (or delete) their personal and building information..all from one login link using their UGA MYId. All new BSSRs will need to contact OEP to schedule a meeting discussing the BSSR program or review the BSSR Online Training Module Proceed to Login (Using UGA MyID) for Primary/Backup registration, view buildings, add/delete buildings, update personal and building information MyBEAP - an online Building Emergency Action Plan generator ...
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MyBEAP – Create or update plan

Developed by OEP, the MyBEAP is an easy and efficient web-based method to create a Building Emergency Action Plan (BEAP). After BSSRs complete eleven user-friendly sections, the system will automatically generate a building specific BEAP. The MyBEAP,  now available to BSSRs, is an easy and user-friendly way to generate a building specific Building Emergency Action Plan (BEAP). A valid UGA MyID and password is required to access the MyBEAP. A web-based MyBEAP tutorial is now available to BSSRs. Click here to complete your MyBEAP. To compete the MyBEAP, the following information will be needed: Building Safety Team members and contact information ...
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Building Emergency Action Plan

A Building Emergency Action Plan (BEAP) is a plan to assist departments in preparing for building emergencies. The BEAP includes but is not limited to: Campus and building specific emergency communication systems List of building safety team members and/or emergency contact lists Evacuation/Shelter-in-Place/Lockdown procedures Concept of operations for various types of emergency situations (i.e. tornadoes and active threat/shooter) The BEAP should incorporate any campus units, schools, colleges and/or departments that occupy a specific building. A Building Emergency Action Plan that includes all residents will help facilitate an effective response during an emergency situation. A copy of the building's BEAP can be requested ...
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MyBEAP FAQs

What is the MyBEAP Plan Generator? Developed by OEP, the MyBEAP is an easy and efficient web-based method to create a Building Emergency Action Plan (BEAP). After BSSRs complete eleven user-friendly sections, the system will automatically generate a building specific BEAP. How do I access MyBEAP? BSSRs, using a valid UGA MyID and password, can log into a secure link to create their BEAP: https://emer.prepare.uga.edu/osepforms/beap_overview.cfm Can I update MyBEAP after I've submitted it? Yes, upon log in, BSSRs will be able to enter and exit each section of the MyBEAP online plan generator as needed to view/edit/complete. How will I ...
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MyBEAP Resource Page

The following information is provided as resources that can be used by the UGA Building Safety and Security Representatives (BSSRs) in planning their Building Emergency Action Plan (BEAP) generated  by the MyBEAP plan generator system.  Contact the Office of Emergency Preparedness for additional building specific emergency planning training resources or if you have any questions about the MyBEAP system. All Locations: BEAP Phone Tree – Sample 1 BEAP Phone Tree – Sample 2 Athens Campus: Emergency Action Plan Summary (EAPS) - 1 page with fill-in areas  Emergency Action Plan Summary (EAPS) 2 pages(with emergency contact list) Griffin Campus: Griffin Emergency ...
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BSSR – FAQs

How does the BSSR designation differ from others such as the access control system building representative, building health and safety officer, or chair of the safety committee? Who coordinates the BSSR program? What is the role of Primary BSSRs? Who designates BSSRs? Who can be designated as a BSSR? What is the role of a backup BSSR? How many backup BSSRs should be designated for each building? What fiscal authority is needed by BSSRs? What is the MyBEAP? If my building is occupied by multiple departments, and we select several primary BSSRs, how will we ensure a consistent building emergency ...
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Building Safety and Security Representatives (BSSRs) Program

The University of Georgia recognizes the importance of providing threat assessments, information, training, and resources to promote the safety of all students, faculty, staff, visitors, and security of campus facilities. In order for UGA to provide appropriate and timely safety and security information and response to its distributed campus, each organizational unit must designate a primary safety and security representative for each occupied University building. Safety and security representatives are responsible for: Serving as the 24/7 emergency point of contact regarding safety and security issues affecting their building Developing emergency operations plans for their building (in conjunction with UGA’s Emergency ...
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Severe Weather Shelter Signs

The Office of Emergency Preparedness (OEP) is offering Building Safety and Security Representatives (BSSRs) free severe weather sheltering signs for their buildings. These signs are useful in providing a visual reminder to students, faculty and staff in buildings where the best shelter areas are located in their building in case of a tornado. The signs come with adhesive strips attached, which generally stick to a variety of wall surfaces. BSSRs can contact OEP at prepare@uga.edu or 542-5845 to request the severe weather sheltering signs. OEP staff will deliver and install the signs in your building at your request. Additionally, OEP ...
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BSSR Brown Bag Lunch Series

OEP hosts a series of Building Safety and Security Representatives Brown Bag Lunch classes. Brown Bag - April 8, 2015 - Dr. Dan Silk with UGA Police Many campus departments are looking for a concise and easy method to inform new and existing faculty and staff on campus about emergency notification methods, building emergency procedures and on the availability of various emergency preparedness resources. OEP’s new module will provide a solution for your training needs. Steve Harris, Director of the Office of Emergency Preparedness. Mr. Harris spoke about the new online training module. Dr. Dan Silk, Captain with UGA Police Department. Dr ...
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Emergency Procedures for Students, Faculty, Staff and Visitors with Disabilities

Applicability The University of Georgia is committed to providing equal access to emergency procedures (alerting, evacuation and sheltering) for students, faculty, staff and visitors with disabilities. This document is intended to outline departmental responsibilities, emergency procedures, and resources available to the University community. The University recognizes that individuals with disabilities may require assistance with alerting, evacuating and sheltering in the event of an emergency. As a result, the University asks all individuals (students, faculty, staff and visitors) who may need assistance in an emergency to self-identify themselves to the University. Once an individual has self-identified, the University will work with ...
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