Emergency Response Plans
Level 1: Localized Incident
A level one incident is a minor, localized incident that occurs in a building or specific area of university property or affects a small portion of the university community and that can be quickly resolved with existing university resources or limited outside help. A level one incident has little or no impact on university operations except in the affected area.
Normally, a level one incident would not require activation of the Critical Incident Management Team (CIMT). The area affected should coordinate a response directly with the appropriate responders, such as campus police, facilities operations, environmental health and safety, and/or the Rock Hill Fire Department.
Examples of level one incidents include:
- localized fire
- localized chemical spill
- plumbing failure in a building