Building Stewards

Click Here for Building Steward Introduction.
  • Prior to an emergency, Building Stewards ensure that current Emergency Guidelines Posters and Evacuation Maps are placed in each classroom and in the common areas of their building. 
  • Building Stewards regularly walk their building to become familiar with it and to find any hazards. 
  • In an emergency, Building Stewards are responsible for safely evacuating all people from their building, accounting for everyone in a designated gathering place and reporting missing people to Search & Rescue.  They also survey the buildings for potential dangers or unsafe conditions. 
  • Building Stewards can possibly turn off utilities and assist special needs people out of the building. 
  • Ideally, they attend 1st Aid, Search and Rescue, and Damage Assessment team training to enhance their skills as a Building Stewards and work closely with those teams.
  • Click here to learn more about the Building Steward Program

IMPORTANT:Click here for California Code 3100

Click here for a list of Building Stewards

Training Materials for Building Steward Program 

Click here for Building Steward Orientation

Click here for Building Steward Operations Checklist

Click here for Building Steward Safety Checklist

Click here for Building Steward First Aid Checklist and Care Log

Click here for Building Steward Search and Rescue Checklist

Click here for Building Steward Damage Assessment Checklist 

Click here for Building Steward Message Form 

Click here for Building Steward Activity Log

Click here for EOC Chart

Click here for Building Steward Training Powerpoints

For more information, see Emergency Operations Manual, Building Stewards.