Recovery efforts begin shortly after a response. These actions involve returning the Stockton University Campuses to a sense of normalcy. This can include counseling the population, clearing debris from the emergency, or rebuilding the damaged area. Recovery also involves reviewing the actions that were taken during the response phase to see what lessons can be learned and what best practices should be adopted as the mitigation and preparedness phases begin again.
After an emergency event has occurred, Stockton University must have the capability to conduct critical operations during an emergency and to resume other operations rapidly and efficiently once the immediate crisis has passed. While the impact of an emergency cannot be predicted, planning for operating under such conditions can mitigate impacts on our people, our facilities, and our mission.