Everyone has a responsibility in emergency planning. Be prepared, have a plan and be ready to act! Emergency preparedness planning at Irvine Valley College takes a proactive approach to mitigation, response and recovery from any number of crises or disasters that may impact the campus.
IVC Emergency Safety Training
If you are interested in having Campus Police conduct any of the following safety trainings for your team or department, please email Sergeant Brown or call 949-451-5664 to schedule an appointment:
- Stop the Bleed Training
- Active Shooter Response Training
- Situational Awareness Training
- IVC Campus Police is currently recruiting for building marshals. Please email Sergeant Brown or call 949-451-5664 if interested.
- We are also encouraging some of you to become part of the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) of Irvine (Watch Video)
- Subscribe to Alert OC
- Update your contact information in SOCCCD Workday. To receive emergency text notifications, please make sure to input your mobile number under "cellphone"
- IVC Timely Update Notifications
- 1640 AM Radio (IVC) or 88.5 FM Radio (Saddleback College)
IVC Emergency Procedures
- IVC Emergency Action Plan (EAP) — The purpose of this Emergency Action Plan is to establish the minimum requirements for responding to emergencies and/or disasters. The Plan outlines the procedures for evacuation, responding to a fire, handling an injury or illness, dealing with a hazardous materials situation, or responding during a disaster such as an earthquake. This Plan applies to all Irvine Valley College students, staff, faculty, and visitors.
- IVC Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) — IVC has an Emergency Operations Plan with a multi-hazard perspective that provides focus and direction for campus management responders. The plan is modeled on the California State Emergency Plan, which incorporates the requirements of the state Standardized Emergency System (SEMS) and the federal National Incident Management System (NIMS).
- Active Shooter (Watch Video)
- Evacuation of Disabled Person
- Bomb Threat
- Campus Closure
- Fire or Explosion
- Hazardous Materials
- Nuclear Plant Preparedness Guidelines
- Wildfire Safety
- Alert OC — stay informed; mass notification system
- Ready OC — Orange County's emergency preparedness esource
- Earthquake Warning California
- PulsePoint — notifications to local threats such as wildland fires, flooding, and utility emergencies
- American Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Services
- Department of Homeland Security — Information on current threat level
- NOAA — Weather Advisory