Emergency Action Plan

Our Trustees were concerned we did not have an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) so we formed a team to develop one. The result is attached in the link below.  It describes emergencies we might encounter at our church - though most of these are not likely to occur.  Nevertheless, we should all know how to respond to emergencies and the EAP provides that guidance. The EAP also called for the formation of an Emergency Action Team (EAT) - a small team of staff and church members who will be the leaders during an emergency. Their responsibilities include calling 911, meeting emergency responders, directing the congregation or others during the emergency. It is important we all know how to respond to emergencies so please take the time to read through the EAP.  Feel free to ask questions or make suggestions that could help us make the EAP better.