Resources for Being Prepared
- Plan ahead for what you will need during the first hours after a major emergency, when outside assistances may not be available.
- Review the steps for dealing with different types of emergencies in this Emergency Procedures document.
- Find additional tips on preparing for a variety of emergencies at ready.gov
Emergency Contacts and Procedures
In case of a fire, spill or other emergency involving hazardous chemicals or wastes, do the following:
- Evacuate the affected areas per the Facility Evacuation Plan
- Call 408-924-8000 or 911 and report the emergency
- Report the emergency to the Facility Emergency Coordinators
- Try to control the emergency if you are trained to do so and can do it safely
- Report the emergency to the Facility Emergency Coordinator(s).
Emergency Coordinators and Contacts
|Order of Contact||Name||Work Phone||24-Hour Phone|
|First Alternate||Todd Nelson||408-864-5437||408-375-0102|
|Second Alternate – only for emergency health and safety or hazardous materials||Karen Lauricella||650-949-6146||650-222-9241|
- Ambulance, Fire, Police – call 911
- Emergency Services – Governor's Office: 800-852-7550
- Hazardous Materials Compliance, Santa Clara County: 408-918-3400
- Storm Drain, Sewer or Sink Discharge:
- Stop, Contain and Clean Up the discharge
- Then call 408-635-4000 and 408-793-5300
- After that, call Emergency Health and Safety at 650-222-9241
(The information above is also posted on the Foothill-De Anza District Facilities website, revised fall 2021.)
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Additional Documents and Information
You can find more information and planning documents in MyPortal:
- Open the Apps section
- Click on the tile for Employee Safety Resources