Emergency Response Plan

Principal investigators should use this form to communicate procedures for responding to various emergency situations to field researchers.

Responding Team Member Expectations should describe what the role of team member response should entail. For example: Team members are expected to follow emergency communication instructions, perform supportive first aid if trained, and assist emergency responders. Team members are not expected to perform search and rescue duties of emergency service personnel or any duties outside of their training.

Responding Team Member Expectations should describe what the role of team member response should entail. For example: Team members are expected to follow emergency communication instructions, peiform supportive first aid if trained, and assist emergency responders. Team members are not expected to perform search and rescue duties of emergency service personnel or any duties outside of their training.

Rally Points are designated meeting points in case of emergency. The location of the rally point may vary due to the situation and access to means of communication, so you may have multiple rally points for various incidents. For example: National Park Ranger Station, American Embassy (address).

First Aid Kit Location is where the researchers can find the first aid kit.

Situational Response Instructions should describe how response should be conducted. For each incident indicate who completes each role.

Emergency Contact Information fill out appropriate numbers including area and country codes (if applicable).

Principal Investigator Information
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