Building Monitor Evacuation Training. October 2010. Evacuations May Be Called For:. Fires Gas Leaks Hazardous Materials Spills Earthquakes Other situations. Evacuation Preparation. Review your Building Monitor Training!. The Evacuation Begins.
If your building did not suffer any major damage (from an earthquake) or does not appear to be immediately involved in the activity requiring evacuation (fire, gas leak) AND everyone in your immediate vicinity seems to be OK
Ensure the disabled have someone to assist them to the Football field
Go quickly from class to class giving the evacuation order and the directions – simply and clearly – “Is everyone in this room OK?” “Good. Mr. Smith, please lead your class to the Football field, position X and take the class roll with you. Please all stay together and watch out for any debris along the way.” (as an example)
Once you have systematically notified all classes and offices/work areas to evacuate, make a sweep of your building if possible to insure all got out OK. Mark with blue tape on exit door as you leave – write on it ‘all cleared’ or note offices/areas you could not access.
Make sure you notify the command center as soon as possible if you cannot evacuate the injured or the damage to the building is serious (explosion/fire). If you can not phone, send an able bodied volunteer to the command center to report.
West Campus enter West side of Football field
East Campus enter East side of Football field
Date & Time
e.g. Jane Smith
e.g. water leak
e.g. 1-injured removed