The University relies on several kinds of plans to support our emergency readiness including:
- Emergency operations plans that focus on the mechanisms for activating our response organization and assets during an actual operation; and
- Continuity of operations plans that provide for the continuation of essential functions during a disaster.
Building Occupant Emergency Plans
Occupant emergency plans are building-specific plans that are designed to protect building tenants from emergencies. The purpose of these plans is to ensure that people know what their role is and where they should go during an emergency.
Critical Incident Management Plan
The University of Virginia Critical Incident Management Plan (CIMP) provides guidance and structure to the response and actions of University academic and administrative departments in crisis situations. NetBadge login is required to view this plan. >> View Plan
Continuity of Operations Plan
The Continuity of Operations (COOP) Plan provides a framework to continue the University's essential functions in the event that an emergency at the University or in the region threatens operations or requires the relocation of select personnel and functions. There is an overarching enterprise COOP Plan for the University, complimented by supporting COOP plans that are department-specific. NetBadge login is required to view this plan. >> View Plan