Other Compliance Offices:

IF A BOMB THREAT IS RECEIVED OVER THE TELEPHONE, TAKE THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS

 

Stay calm.

 

Attempt to get the following information from the caller:

 

•  What time the bomb is set to explode

•  What type of bomb it is.

•  What type of container the bomb is in.

•  Why bomb was placed.

•  Who the bomber and/or caller is.

 

Have a co-worker or another person contact 911, using another phone, then call:

660-3333.

 

Write information down as caller says it and have co-worker relay information to Campus Security / Emergency Operator.

 

 

Try to keep caller on the phone.

 

Listen for any background noises, voice inflection or accents, and/or anything that

Would help to determine the origin of the call.

 

Evacuate the building upon instruction from properly identified emergency personnel or as deemed appropriate in individual situations.

 

The Environmental Health and Safety Office
Oklahoma City
Ph: 405-271-3000
Fx: 405-271-1606
800 NE 15th, Rm. 301
Oklahoma City, OK 73104

Tulsa
Ph: 918-660-3878

Fx: 918-660-3069

4502 E. 41st Street

Tulsa, OK

74135-2512

Norman
Ph: 405-325-5146
Ph: 405-325-5147

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