Building Health & Safety

When there is a health or life emergency, call the 911 general dispatch (9-911 on your Stanford phone or 911 from another phone).

Complete the safety training courses below

Course             URL                      Notes                              
EHS-3400: Ergonomics-Computer Workstationhttps://axess.stanford.edu   For Staff: Navigate to the STARS tab, click on "Search Catalog", and type course code 
EHS-4200: General Safety, Injury Preventionhttps://axess.stanford.eduMANDATORY: Navigate to the STARS tab, click on "Search Catalog", and type course code
EE Basic Lab Safety Traininghttps://stanford.app.box.com/file/95153959694MANDATORY: For Students Working in EE Labs

 Once you have completed the MANDATORY safety training above, send an email to Kenny Greeen (kennygee@stanford.edu), EE Facility Manager. Please include:

  •  Your Full Name
  • Your SUID (the number above your picture on your Stanford ID card)
  • Your EE affiliation (e.g. EE-PhD student)
  • Copy of your certificate of complete for EHS courses

 

Building Emergency Contacts:

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Kenny Green

(650) 804-2032 (cell)  

Kenny Green

(650) 804-2032 (cell)    

Omar Ochoa

(650) 723-4549 (office)

Marcos Barba 

(650) 226-3196 (cell)

Network Emergency Contacts:

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John DeSilva

(408) 242-5277 (cell)

Thomas Carlson

(650) 725-3645

Joe Little

(650) 438-2097 (cell)

Larry Randall

(650) 213-6635 (cell)

Evacuation Assembly Points (EAP):

PackardAllen / AllenXGatesSpilker
EAP #104 on Serra Mall sidewalk just past fountain (aka, Jane Stanford Way)EAP #104 on Serra Mall sidewalk just past fountain (aka, Jane Stanford Way)EAP #102-2 on Mudd lawn                    EAP #106 in the center of the Engineering plaza

What To Do In An Emergency:

Type of EmergencyResponse

Health Threatening - Fire, toxic spills, gas leak

  • Pull the fire alarm if alarm is not already sounding;
  • Leave the building immediately;
  • Meet at your assigned Evacuation Assembly Point (EAP);
  • DO NOT re-enter the building until cleared by the Site Commander.
Major Earthquake
  • Take cover; wait for shaking to stop;
  • Leave building & meet at your assigned Evacuation Assembly Point (EAP);
  • DO NOT pull the fire alarm unless there is a health-threatening hazard.
Life-Threatening Medical Emergency (if in doubt, treat as an emergency)
  • Call out for help;
  • Dial 9-911 or 911 immediately (DO NOT hang up until told to do so);
  • DO NOT move the victim unless it is necessary;
  • First Aid - Automated External Defibrillator (AED)/Oxygen units are clearly marked and located in your building.
Non-Health Threatening Emergency(building & facilities)
  • During work hours, call your building's emergency contact (above);
  • After hours, call Work Control at (650) 723-2281.
Electrical Power Outage
  • Emergency backup lights should come on within 15 seconds. Prolonged outages could result in the activation of the EE Hotline: (650) 725-4878.
Odor in the Labs
  • Evacuate if alarm is sounding;
  • Leave immediate area and make sure others leave and close the door;
  • During work hours, notify your building's emergency contact (above). During non-working hours, call EH&S: (650) 725-9999.