Emergency Evacuation and Assembly Area

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Instructions: Read Modules 3 - 6 from CWTS01 Program Module that is posted on the top of the Weekly Outline page. After reading it, read the case analysis for module 3 up to 6 and then answer the following questions.

For Module 3:

1. Research on the Institute‘s fire / earthquake evacuation procedure. What are the steps that the school must observe during such emergency cases? * Before Fire or Earthquake:
-Assist in training of emergency personnel under their command. - Designate an assembly area (or areas) for the building.Occupants of the building should be directed to assemble in this area when required to evacuate the building in an emergency. This will facilitate checking that all occupants are safe and enable speedy return to the building when the "all clear" is given.

-Ensure that on each floor, or in each area, a current list of Floor and Area Wardens (and telephone numbers) is displayed, together with an emergency floor plan. The emergency floor plan should show all rooms, exits, assembly area to be used in case of fire or emergency, fire alarms, extinguishers, fire hose reels and special emergency equipment.

* In the case of Fire or Emergency (the assistance of a deputy may be required to undertake some of these tasks):
-Respond immediately to an alarm, determine the nature of the emergency.
-Initiate Emergency Evacuation Procedures for the building.
-Direct the actions of Floor and Area Wardens within the building. - Check that all occupants have proceeded to the designated
assembly area.
-In consultation with the Fire Service and the Emergency
-Coordinator, advise occupants when it is safe to return to the building.
2. Do you agree with the current evacuation procedures being implemented? Justify your answer. I agree. Evacuation from buildings may be necessary as the result of fire, explosion, chemical leak, structural fault, equipment failure or bomb threat. These guidelines must be prepared principally for fire...
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