Fall 2020 Update

Fall 2020 Update: Wright State University’s Dayton and Lake Campuses plan to return to teaching for 2020 Fall Semester on August 24 with a dynamic and flexible mixture of in-person and remote courses. Read more about our Right Here. Wright State. This Fall. plan.

Emergency Operations Plan

Wright State University Emergency Operations Plan

The Wright State University Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) is the product of a collaborative effort between the Office of the President, university police, emergency management, and the various departments with assigned responsibilities, which are identified in the Emergency Support Functions section of this document.

The EOP is presented in two sections:

  1. The Base Plan provides an overview of the threats and hazards that pose the greatest risk to Wright State, the university’s capability to respond to those threats, the organizational response structures, basic roles and responsibilities, and the general operational and functional approach for responding to and recovering from campus emergencies.
  1. Emergency Support Functions (ESFs) are resources and capabilities grouped into functional areas most frequently needed during response-and-recovery operations (e.g., transportation, communications, mass care, etc.). These functions are coordinated by a single lead department, but may require support from other departments or agencies to provide additional resources and services. ESFs provide an operational-level mechanism to quickly and efficiently activate the resources, services, and expertise of university departments necessary to respond to and coordinate the recovery from campus emergencies. The organizational structure of the ESFs is scalable to the needs of an emergency and ESFs may be activated in whole, or in part, depending on the circumstances.

Emergency Operations Plan (PDF)