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The college conducts periodic tests of the RBC Alert System, Tornado Siren, and Active Shooter Alarm. The Tornado Siren and Active Shooter Alarm are located on the roof of McNeer Hall and can be heard on the college grounds and in most buildings. These tests are designed to assess and evaluate the emergency plans and capabilities of Richard Bland College.
Campus officers have received training in Incident Command and responding to critical incidents on campus. When a serious incident occurs that causes an immediate threat to the campus, the first responders to the scene are usually the campus officers and local fire and EMS agencies. They typically respond, assess the situation and work together to manage the incident. Depending on the nature of the incident, other RBC departments, state, and local agencies could also be engaged.
Emergency Operation Plans
The College has developed an Emergency Operations Plan that includes information regarding the procedures to be followed in the event of a significant emergency. College departments are responsible for developing contingency plans and continuity plans for their staff and areas of responsibility.The College has developed an Emergency Operations Plan that includes information regarding the procedures to be followed in the event of a significant emergency. College departments are responsible for developing contingency plans and continuity plans for their staff and areas of responsibility.If the College is faced with a catastrophic event, the College has documented policies and practices for addressing student instruction. Impacted students will receive the services for which they have paid or reasonable financial compensation for those not received. In cases where the institution cannot fully deliver the instruction for which a student has contracted, it will provide a reasonable alternative for delivering the instruction, to include teach-out provisions and/or assistance with transfer to an institution capable of providing the contracted services or reasonable financial compensation for the education the student did not receive.All College and student records are maintained under the provisions of the Virginia Public Records Act, §42.1-76, et seq. of the Code of Virginia for the retention and disposition of records.
Emergency Action & Fire Prevention Plan
This document is a plan to prepare for workplace emergencies. The intent of this plan is to ensure all employees a safe and healthful workplace.Those employees assigned specific duties under this plan will be provided the necessary training and equipment to ensure their safety.This plan applies to emergencies that could be reasonably expected in our workplace such as fire/smoke, tornadoes, bomb threats and leaks.