All emergencies, identified or perceived, will be reported to the University Public Safety dispatcher by calling 911 from any campus phone or residence with a 685 prefix. In addition, emergencies can be directly reported by using a police/fire emergency alarm box or a blue-light phone. Upon notification, the dispatcher will determine what resources are necessary to initiate an emergency response, notify the appropriate emergency responders and maintain communications and documentation necessary to support the emergency response actions for the institution.
David Meyer, Director of Public Safety
Campus address: 208 High St. Middletown, CT 06459 Campus phone: 860-685-2809 Home address: 7 Monnes Rd Cromwell Ct Home phone: 860-632-9886 Beeper: 860-802-2963 Cell Phone 860-982-4407
Tony Bostick, Public Safety Captain
Campus address: 208 High St. Middletown, CT 06459 Campus phone: 860-685-2782 Home Address
Home phone: 860- Beeper: 860-279-0147 Cell phone: 860-982-4416
Michael Kishimoto, Public Safety Captain Campus address: 208 High St.
Middletown, CT 06459 Campus phone: 860-685-2805 Home address: 236 Wall Street Hebron, CT 06428 Home phone: 860-742-6194 Beeper: 860-939-6705 Cell phone: 860-301-7724
Don Albert, Facilities Manger/Hall-Atwater & Shanklin Campus address: Hall-Atwater Lab 07
Campus phone: 860-685-2729 Home address: Morris Hubbard Road Higganum, CT 06441 Home phone: 860-345-4367 Cell Phone 860-982-1098
William Nelligan, Associate Director Environmental Health & Safety — William Nelligan 2006/10/18 15:52
Campus address: Cady Building Room 107 Campus phone: 860-685-2771 Home address: 502 Beaumont Highway Lebanon, CT 06249 Home phone: 860-423-4646 Cell: 860-982-1096
Jeff Gilarde, Director of Scientific Imaging Campus address: Science Center, Rm 95
Campus phone: 860-685-3473 Home address: P.O. Box 321 Cobalt, CT 06414 Home phone: 860-267-7601 Beeper: 860-279-7208
The Public Safety dispatcher is responsible for notifying appropriate emergency responders and requesting assistance from external agencies. Following initial notifications to the primary responder,this needs to be spelled out for each incident, spill contractors should not be called in unless authorized by EHS… — William Nelligan 2006/10/18 15:56 the dispatcher will notify Alternate Emergency Response Coordinators, the Director of Facilities Operation, the Communication Director, the spill response contractor or other individuals as appropriate. If the dispatcher is unavailable to perform these duties because of emergency communication coordination, a Public Safety Officer will assume the phone tree notification responsibilities. The Emergency Response Coordinator is responsible for notifying the President, the Vice Presidents, Deans, and Directors as appropriate to the emergency.
When an emergency impacts beyond the boundaries of the Wesleyan University campus, the Public Safety Director is responsible for notifying the Middletown community of the incident and the actions to be taken. Notifications will be made to the Middletown Police Department and police department procedures will be followed. Public safety officers will assist the Middletown Police Department with community notifications and evacuations as appropriate.
The Emergency Response Coordinator is responsible for notifying state and federal agencies when the emergency requires specific notification. Guidelines for notifications are found in Section 3.7.1
(the Hazardous Waste Contingency Plan)(the Container Storage Area Contingency Plan) — William Nelligan 2006/10/18 15:58 and Section 3.7.2 (the Oil Spill Control and Countermeasures Plan (Spill Prevention and Countermeasures Plan SPCC) — William Nelligan 2006/10/18 15:58 All notifications will be documented in writing and retained for a minimum of three yearsin the Dept. of Environmental Health & Safety. — William Nelligan 2006/10/18 15:58. Follow-up letters will be completed as required in these two plans.