The short and the sweet of this from as official a position as I can speak to it from:
Everything is a community and we hate to see members of that community hurt.
As soon as the administration of E2 starts talking about creating systems to deal with emergencies, the corollary becomes important: what happens if we have a system to deal with an emergency, and the system fails? E2 as an organization can end up liable for those decisions, which means a few three of us volunteers without any real protection from our higher-ups could end up in some very serious trouble.
I'm not a lawyer. E2 doesn't actually have a lawyer on-staff. We're all volunteers here, and as such it is not our responsibility in any official way to set up this kind of system. We just...can't.
Therefore: The official e2 emergency policy is: Take care of each other. Always.
...and that's it.