Emergency Planning

Emergency Planning

The importance of planning for emergencies should not be underestimated. Environmental Health & Safety supports Harvard schools and departments in the development of emergency plans and procedures for a variety of hazards including fires, severe weather, infectious disease, and other emergencies that could adversely affect the health, safety, assets, or operations of the Harvard community.

Department Contact

Brian Mazmanian
Associate Director of Emergency Management
617.495.2062

Department Update

Harvard's new emergency response and continuity planning system, Fusion Framework, is available for all schools and departments to use starting this fall.

Did You Know?

Floods are the most widespread natural disaster aside from wildfires. 90 percent of all U.S. natural disasters declared by the President involve some sort of flooding.