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If you have questions, contact the Department of Safety and Risk Management, (707) 654-1076 or the Cal Maritime Police Department, (707) 654-1176
Last Updated: 2/4/2017
CSU Maritime Academy follows the CSU Office of the Chancellor document 1014, 1046, 1056.
Cal Maritime Department of Safety and Risk Management and University Police Department are responsible for implementation and maintenance of the Campus Emergency Operations Plan and the development and implementation of programs and projects in emergency planning, training, response, and recovery. The information contained here is designed to provide you with a snapshot of that system. In the event of an emergency the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is activated to manage and coordinate resources and personnel to make decisions, and to coordinate the flow of information and strategy required to deal effectively with an emergency.
Planning for natural and man-made emergencies requires an integrated approach to the management of programs and activities for all four phases of Emergency Management
Start here for introductory information on Cal Maritime Campus Emergency Management.
| Emergency Hotline|
| Cal Maritime Police | Dispatch|
|In case university-wide emergency or disruption, 24-hr recorded information will be provided and regularly updated at this number.|| |
Non-emergency line for the University Police Department on campus
Ensure your contact Info is up to date
Cal Maritime utilizes the Blackboard Mass Notification System messaging platform to communicate with our Campus Community during emergency situations. The system enables us to broadcast critical information to telephone and mobile devices as well as through email. Either click on the logo below or go to the PeopleSoft portal and click on the Personal Info tab to verify your information
How it works
• You will never receive any mobile spam.
• No personal information will ever be shared with anyone.
• Only a select number of authorized Cal Maritime Administrators will have access to the alerting system.
• The Maritime Alert system will only be used to test the system quarterly and in the event of an actual Campus Community emergency/crisis.
• This service is free, though standard text message rates do apply.
Last Updated: 2/4/2017