Emergency Plan

student raising handIt is the policy of Assumption-St. Bridget School to provide a safe and secure learning environment. In such an environment, students, teachers, staff, and volunteers can work creatively and productively, while being prepared to act quickly and decisively at the time of an emergency. The Emergency Response Plan (ERP) is part of a comprehensive and fully integrated emergency management program designed to provide a safe and secure environment. The plan is updated and maintained by ASB Emergency Management Committee.

In developing an emergency management plan, ASB School seeks to mitigate, prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from natural and human-caused hazards. The goal of safety planning is to enhance the school’s ability to keep emergencies from becoming crises, and by proactively planning, allow school staff to react quickly and appropriately in a variety of situations.

The plan provides emergency preparedness and response information, instructions and guidelines to protect the safety and well-being of students, teachers, staff, and volunteers, as well as visitors who may be on the school campus at the time of an emergency. The plan addresses common emergency situations, such as medical emergencies and power outages, as well as potential natural, technological or human-induced disasters that may occur in the Puget Sound region. The Emergency Response Plan applies to the ASB School campus.

Due to security concerns, ASB School does not publish the plan in its entirety. If you would like to review the plan or have questions about any part of the plan, please contact Vice Principal Jeff Pozarski.