Emergency Management & Safety

The Emergency Management and Safety Office coordinates the overall emergency preparedness activities with the whole Tallahassee Community College community.  These activities take an all-hazards approach to mitigate, prepare, respond and recover from an event or incident that impacts any TCC campus or center.

To ensure that TCC is prepared for any hazard, the College maintains a comprehensive emergency management plan.  The plan describes the strategies, responsibilities, and emergency management roles of the whole College community. The plan is designed to protect lives and property through effective use of College, local, state, and federal resources.

TCC Alert System

During an emergency, Tallahassee Community College shares information with the college community using the TCC Alert system.

Weather Conditions

Visit WeatherSTEM for current weather conditions at TCC

Building Captains

Information on the TCC Building Captain program

Weather Hazards

Information about the different weather hazards which may impact the TCC campuses and how to be prepared in the event of severe weather.

Active Shooter Information

Information on "Active Shooter" situations

TCCPD Bomb Threat Checklist

If you receive a bomb threat, use this form to gather information about the individual as you are talking to them

Chemical Safety Data Sheets

Find information about the hazards, safe handling and storage practices, and emergency measures for the various chemicals used by the College.

Automated External Defibrillators

Different types of AEDs on campus, how to use them, and where they are located

Zika Virus Information

Latest information on the Zika virus from the Florida Department of Health

Emergency Phone Locations

A full list of all emergency phone locations on main campus.


Emergency Plans and Guides

TCC is StormReady!

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StormReady communities are better prepared to protect lives during severe weather through advanced planning, education and awareness.  For more information, visit the National Weather Service's StormReady page.