Fire Safety in Burnside Hall . Aline Fontaine, Fire Prevention Officer Facilities Management, McGill University (514) 398-3664 [email protected] We’ll talk about. Building evacuation procedure Fire Protection Equipment. Evacuation of Buildings. How does one do it?
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How does one do it?
station to signal an emergency.
When the alarm is sounding
Know your exits:
(locked door, furniture or other obstruction)
At the time of an emergency, is the exit safe for evacuation?
Make sure there is no smoke or hot gases in the staircase, then proceed.
Send everyone immediately to a location away from the building, to a predetermined meeting site, so that you may:
Provide information about :
We ask that the evacuation team members be identified by the orange vest:
Building Emergency Warden
FDA: Meeting site for basement exit
Lower field: General Meeting site
Evacuation team once outside the building
2 Basement Monitors in Macdonald Stewart to prevent people from entering Burnside through the North side tunnel doors.
2 Basement Monitors in outside, at the yard exit.
2 Basement Monitors in Maass to prevent people from entering the Maass tunnel
X :1st and 2nd floor monitors
To Lower field
Evacuation team once outside the building (cont.)
Other floor monitors:
Procedure for people with disabilities
When you have evacuated to a safe location, please make the call.
Do not attempt to interrupt the alarms on your panel. You should not touch this equipment.
The fire alarm system is connected to ADT who will automatically call the Fire Department.
In Burnside Bldg we have:
When you or someone else has pulled a manual station
(A, B, C, D and/or K)
(Pull, Aim, Squeeze, Sweep)
Class A : Ordinary combustibles
Class B : Flammable Liquids
Class C : Electrical Equipment
Class K : Commercial cooking oil
Class D : Metals
4. Sweep at the base of the fire
If your extinguisher is empty-