The Graduate School of Education Emergency Response Plan is used to respond to internal disasters, and/or disruption of services, earthquakes, or specific emergency situations. This plan applies to the main GSE campus buildings -- Graduate School of Education building, the Center for Educational Research (CERAS), and Barnum, and is a guiding document for additional GSE buildings in Littlefield, Wallenberg, and Ventura. This plan applies to all staff, faculty, and students within the GSE.
*All team members are expected to work in accordance with the Stanford University framework. Please refer to Stanford's emergency website for University-wide emergency notifications and information.
Portable space heaters that DO NOT shut off when they tip
*Please note: Even though space heaters that shut off automatically when knocked over are deemed safer products, there is still a chance that a space heater be defective. For this reason, space heaters should only be used while occupants are present.
The facilities team is more than happy to check your space heater if you are unsure of its’ safety, or point you in the right directions in buying a space heater that complies with our fire code safety regulations.
Stanford Emergency Information - If there were a disaster or emergency affecting the Stanford community, you would be able to obtain updates and important instructions through this website. If you need to report an accident or emergency situation on campus, dial 911. From a campus phone, dial 9-911.
Stanford Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) Emergency Preparedness Resources - Emergency response guide for faculty and staff.
Many Stanford entities have come together to create multiple webpages to help Building managers and local units be prepared and stay informed with real time updates regarding the COVID Pandemic and University status. You can find all this helpful information within the various webpages below.
Here you can find the map of the Stanford Campus with updates regarding the occupancy status of specific buildings and Labs, active construction projects, as well as which buildings are controlled by ID card access.
Here you can find general information circulating around campus pertaining to everything COVID: COVID19 News, pertinent info regarding classes and campus restart, CDC and county guidelines and etc.
Here you can find a plethora pertaining to various campus recovery plans including but not limited to: Stages of recovery, proper hygiene habits, required COVID trainings, building manager tool kits, as well as research recovery.
1st floor: Lobby, corridors, and elevated banquet area. Two stairways 1st to 2nd floor
2nd floor: Common area lobby and corridors
1st floor: Rms. 101 & 108; Common corridors and sunken lounge
2nd floor: Rm. 204; Common corridors; Two stairways 2nd to 3rd floor
3rd floor: Common corridors; Two stairways 3rd to 4th floor
4th floor: Common corridors; Two stairways 4th to 5th floor
5th floor: Common corridors
1st – 5th floor: Private offices and workstations
1st floor: Dean’s office and wing, McConnell lounge, Corridors
1st floor: 114, private offices 101-112
1st floor: 115, private offices 119-127, 132-145
2nd floor: Private offices 209, 212, 215-226, 228
3rd floor: Private offices 300-312, 314-315, 318-333, 335-341
Stanford's custodial contractor has a cleaning schedule and scope of work tailored to each building and the department's needs. Below are links to each building's cleaning schedule and scope of work.