Emergency Management Committees

Emergency Management Executive Committee (EMEC)

The EMEC at George Mason University is responsible for setting policy, as well as providing broad oversight of emergency management activities. This approach will foster a cohesive approach to the management and coordination of emergency management efforts for all hazards that can be reasonably expected to impact George Mason University operations.

Emergency Operations Group (EOG)

The EOG is comprised of representatives from key university units that have resources and/or knowledge that are necessary to help the university prepare, mitigate, respond, and recover from an emergency. During an emergency the Emergency Operations Group will convene in the Emergency Operations Center to provide logistical and material support to the on scene Incident Commander, students, employees, to facilitate university emergency response activities and daily operations.

Emergency Operations Teams (EOT)

Each regional campus EOT is comprised of key units that have resources and/or knowledge necessary to help the campus prepare, mitigate, respond to, and recover from an emergency. In an emergency, the EOT may convene at the request of the EOT Manager or the university Emergency Operations Group to support emergency response operations across the university with specific emphasis on supporting response operations at regional campuses.

For more information on any of the above committees, please contact EHS.