University of Canterbury Emergency Operations Centre
The Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) is the centre where emergency events are responded to at the University of Canterbury. The main group working out of the EOC is the Incident Management Team. This team is a group of people from various parts of the University community who are pulled together to respond to events as and when they happen. Further groups working from this space include the Strategic Emergency Management Group and the Strategic Communications team.
This collection holds material relating to the earthquake events of 2010 – 2011 in Canterbury and the effects and responses to these on campus.
- University of Canterbury Emergency Operations Centre General Documents
- This collection holds background documents contextualising the decisions made at the UC Emergency Operation Centre (EOC) after the 4 September 2010 and 22 February 2012 earthquakes. Documents include: flow charts explaining the structure of the EOC as well as their policies and procedures.
- Contains 7 items
- University of Canterbury Emergency Operations Centre Maps
- After the 22 February 2011 earthquake, the University's buildings had to be assessed for structural damage. In the meantime, tents were set up in the Arts and Law car parks, serving as learning facilities, cafes and offices for student services. This collection holds maps from the University of Canterbury Emergency Operations Centre of the temporary tent facilities on campus.
- Contains 6 items