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San Francisco Office of Emergency Services & Homeland Security

http://www.sfgov.org/site/oes_index.asp The Office of Emergency Services and Homeland Security (OES&HS) is dedicated to developing, implementing and maintaining programs and relationships which will provide for the safety and protection of the City and County of San Francisco from the threat or effects of natural, man-made or technological disasters.

San Francisco - 72 hours

www.72hours.org San Francisco's Office of Emergency Services and Homeland Security offers an online resource for personal preparedness should assistance not be available for 72 hours.

Dial 3-1-1: San Francisco At Your Service

www.sf311.org The City and County of San Francisco established 311 to provide an easy-to-remember telephone number that connects residents, businesses, and visitors to Customer Service Representatives ready to help with general government information and services, 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.


San Francisco Travel Emergency Contact List

We are in the process of implementing a detailed emergency plan. Details will be available at a later date. In the meantime, the following document contains useful information and phone numbers.
Download San Francisco Travel emergency contact info (620k PDF Document)

Moscone Convention Center Emergency Manuals

Because of differences in building structures, Moscone has two different emergency manuals. One covers Moscone North & South and the second covers Moscone West.

Moscone North & South

http://www.moscone.com/pdf/guidelines/MosconePreparednessPlan.pdf

Moscone West

http://www.moscone.com/pdf/guidelines/MosconeWestEmergencyPlan.pdf

San Francisco Hotels

Each hotel has their own safety procedures. We suggest you contact the Hotel's Director of Security for further details.