Persons with Disabilities Registry

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CONTACT INFORMATION











DISABILITY INFORMATION

Type of Disability* (Check all that apply)


















SCHEDULE INFORMATION

(e.g. YYYY)

   Work/Class Schedule*
   You should select a Buddy and his/her Backup Buddy; note in below list.

Day(s) of Week
Location
Time
Buddy
Backup Buddy
Primary Area of Refuge*
Day(s) of Week
Location
Time
Buddy
Backup Buddy
Primary Area of Refuge*
Day(s) of Week
Location
Time
Buddy
Backup Buddy
Primary Area of Refuge*
Day(s) of Week
Location
Time
Buddy
Backup Buddy
Primary Area of Refuge*
Day(s) of Week
Location
Time
Buddy
Backup Buddy
Primary Area of Refuge*
Day(s) of Week
Location
Time
Buddy
Backup Buddy
Primary Area of Refuge*
Day(s) of Week
Location
Time
Buddy
Backup Buddy
Primary Area of Refuge*

* (Primary Area of Refuge is located where there is no exit at grade level and should have a closing door, a phone for communication, and supplies that enable the person(s) to block smoke from entering under the door. If possible, they also should have a window so that evacuees can signal their location.)

In circumstances where evacuation is not possible, and a Primary Area of Refuge has not been identified, a person with a disability should SHELTER-In-PLACE and inform the Building Coordinator and at least two other evacuees of their location. This information is to be provided immediately to the Public Safety Department. If a telephone is available to the person with a disability sheltering in place, they should call the Public Safety Department at (305) 628-6500 to confirm their location and provide details regarding their current situation and identify their request for accommodation. Individuals with mobility impairments should only be carried out of a building in case of a life threatening emergency. This presents a risk not only for the person with a disability, but also the "good Samaritans" or buddies who have agreed to assist the individual. Executing both of these types of evacuation techniques require extensive training by emergency evacuation professionals.

Please return to this site prior to the commencement of next semester, so the university is apprised of the latest information.