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Building Evacuation

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Report a Safety Concern

If you have a non-emergency safety, security or hazard issue, fill out the form at the link below.

Report a Safety Concern

If you sustained an injury on campus, you must fill out the incident report form within 24 hours of occurrence.

EH&S eSU-17 form

SRWC building evacuation procedures are consistent with those on the main Stanford campus. In the event of an emergency (e.g., fire alarm):

  • Do not assume it is a false alarm or a fire drill
  • Do not use the elevators 
  • Proceed promptly to the nearest emergency exit stairwell; stay to the right as you proceed down the stairwell
  • Once outside, proceed to your building Emergency Assembly Point (EAP). View EAP map
  • Await further direction
  • Do not re-enter the building until the ‘All Clear’ directive is given from either the fire department and/or police department

Elements that are under development as part of a comprehensive emergency preparedness program include:

  • An SRWC emergency operations center
  • Robust communication and coordination with the main campus, including implementation of SU Alerts
  • An executive policy management group
  • Building occupant emergency action plans
  • Building life safety teams and floor coordinators

If you have any questions, please contact srwc-operations@stanford.edu.

Emergency Assembly Point (EAP)

EAPs are places for people to gather when buildings must be evacuated during an emergency. All buildings on campus have designated EAP sites.