Safety and Emergency Planning
The safety and security for the students, staff and faculty of the Riverside Community College District is a priority. As part of the Disaster Resistant California Community Colleges consortium, RCCD has the opportunity to continually improve, evaluate and modify emergency procedures and protocols. All three RCCD campuses face both natural and man-made disasters. By planning, training and exercising, RCCD will be better prepared to handle these critical incidents.
As members of the community it is our responsibility to prepare at home and at our jobs, so that we can faithfully fulfill our role during a disaster. We can do this by taking the mandatory training for all public employees (Standardized Emergency Management Systems, IS 100 and IS 700) and by attending other training and exercises in the community that will help us be more prepared citizens.
This website provides information on critical incident alerts, procedures, resources, and training as well as agendas and minutes of RCCD's emergency planning meetings. Please take time to become familiar with the website and the emergency procedures for your campus.
For more information, please contact:
Michael W. Simmons
Director, Risk Management, Safety & Police