189:64 Emergency Response Plans
Last revised 2007 § Leave a Comment
I. Within 2 years of the effective date of this section, every public and nonpublic school shall develop a site-specific school emergency response plan which is based on and conforms to the Incident Command System and the National Incident Management System. The plan shall provide that at least 2 of the currently required number of fire evacuation drills shall be emergency response drills. The plan shall address hazards including but not limited to acts of violence, threats, earthquakes, floods, tornadoes, structural fire, wildfire, internal and external hazardous materials releases, medical emergencies, and any other hazard deemed necessary by school officials and local emergency authorities. The first emergency response drill shall be conducted within one year of the completion of the plan.
II. The plan shall be coordinated with local emergency authorities and with the emergency operations plan in the municipality in which the school is located. A school shall review its plan at least annually, and shall update the plan, as necessary. The director of homeland security and emergency management, department of safety shall assist school districts in conducting training for and providing support to school districts in the development, implementation, and review of an emergency response plan, as may be needed.
2007, 92:1, eff. July 1, 2007.
Area of Law
- Title XV: Education
- Chapter 189: School Boards, Superintendents, Teachers, And Truant Officers; School Census