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In Case of a Fire:

Determine the most reasonable way to protect your own life and call 911 when it is safe to do so.
Activate the fire alarm. If there are no active fire alarms, knock on doors and yell “FIRE” as you exit the building.
Feel doors with the back of your hand before opening. DO NOT open if doors are hot.
DO NOT use elevators.If time, conditions and safety permit, take your personal belongings with you.
Evacuate the building.If clothing catches fire, STOP ... DROP ... ROLL.
Once outside, move away from the building and to a designated Assembly Area.
DO NOT re-enter buildings until instructed to do so.

If someone requires immediate medical attention:

Call or have someone else call 911 right away and report the emergency.
Provide first aid and medical assistance as necessary, if trained.
Follow instructions of the Emergency Dispatcher. DO NOT hang up until the Dispatcher ends the call.
DO NOT move the victim, unless they are in immediate danger.
If the victim is conscious, try to comfort him/her and obtain medical information (ex. medical problems, medications, etc.). Any medical information will assist medical personnel if the victim loses consciousness.
Have someone meet the ambulance at the building entrance or at a safe location, and direct emergency personnel to the victim.

In Case of a Suspicious Person:

DO NOT physically confront the person.
DO NOT let anyone into a locked building/office.
DO NOT block the person's access to an exit.
Call 911. Provide as much information as possible about the person and his or her direction of travel.

In Case of a Suspicious Package:

DO NOT handle or touch the suspicious item/package.DO NOT use a cell phone, radio or other transmitter.
Persons should be evacuated from around the item.Retreat to a safe location and call Police.
Be prepared to evacuate and take your personal belongings with you.
It is important that employees are always aware and do not leave briefcases, backpacks, handbags, unattended. These items could be construed as suspicious and cause undue time, energy and expense to determine that the item is “safe” or they may be destroyed. DO NOT re-enter building until told that it is safe.

In Case of a Bomb Threat:

DO NOT use cellular phones or two-way radios.Call 911.
DO NOT activate the fire alarm system to evacuate.Shelter in place or evacuate the building as directed.
DO NOT re-enter the building until cleared by authorized personnel.Untrained persons should not try to rescue people.
DO NOT re-enter building until told that it is safe.

In Case of a Earthquake:

If you are indoors, DROP to the floor. Stay there until the shaking has stopped and you are sure exiting is safe.
COVER by getting under a sturdy table or other piece of furniture.
OLD ON until the shaking stops. If there isn’t a table or desk near you, cover your face and head with your arms and crouch in an inside corner of the building. Stay away from glass, windows, outside doors and walls and anything that could fall, such as lighting fixtures or furniture. Don’t use a doorway except if you know that it’s a strongly supported, load-bearing doorway and it’s close to you. Many inside doorways are lightly constructed and don’t offer protection. Be aware that the electricity may go out or the sprinkler systems or fire alarms may turn on. DO NOT use elevators. If you are outdoors, stay there. Move away from buildings, overhangs, trees and power lines to a clear area such as a large open public area or field. If you are in a moving vehicle, stop as quickly as safety permits and stay in the vehicle. Avoid stopping near or under buildings or trees.

After the Earthquake:

Exit the building when safety permits and move to the designated assembly area.
Use emergency exit route information posted throughout the building to determine the quickest route out.
Expect aftershocks. Only use the telephone for emergency calls.
Be aware that utilities such as gas, power and water lines may be damaged. If you know of damaged utilities, report the issue. Wait for instructions from officials and police. DO NOT re-enter building until told that it is safe.

In Case of a Hazardous Materials Danger:

Move away from the site of the hazard to a safe location (up wind if possible). Call 911.
Follow instructions of Emergency Personnel. Alert others to stay clear of the area.
Notify Emergency Personnel if you have been exposed to the hazard or have information about its release.
DO NOT re-enter building until told that it is safe.

In Case of a Power Outage:

Remain Calm.
Move cautiously to a lighted area. Exits may be indicated by lighted signs, if the emergency power is operating.
Provide assistance to others. Evacuate the building only if directed to do so. Exit calmly and carefully.
DO NOT re-enter building until told that it is safe.

In Case of a Active Shooter Incident:

Run and evacuate if you can. This may be your best chance of survival. Have an escape route in mind. Leave valuables behind and keep hands visible.Hide in an area outside of the shooter's view. Block entry to your hiding place and lock doors. Turn off lights and silence electronic devices.Fight only as a last resort and only when your life is in imminent danger. Attempt to incapacitate the shooter. Act with physical aggression.DO NOT re-enter building until told that it is safe.

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