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  1. FIRE MEDICAL EMERGENCY EVACUATION PREVENTION MEASURE Raise alarm: • Call for help → - Firemen : direct line red phone near first-aid box, corridor 700 - Emergency number 112 • Give the exact place of the fire and your position(Laboratoire de GénieÉlectrique de Paris, room) DO NOT HANG DOWN THE PHONE FIRST ! • Sendrepresentatives to the entranceof the laboratory to guide the emergency services in • Fight the fire using provided devices (extinguishers, etc.) only if safe to do so On hearing the fire alarm : • Keep calm • Switch off working equipment • Turn off all gas supply (compressed air, hydrogen, oxygen, etc.) • Closedoor and windows on leaving LEAVE BUILDING BY THE NEAREST FIRE EXIT • In smoke, bend down : the fresh air is nearer to the floor • Do not go back into a room • Report to the assembly point in front of the laboratory • Do not re-enter the building without having been given permission to do so IN THE EVENT OF AN IMPOSSIBLE BUILDING EVACUATION, GO INTO ONE ROOM AND SHUT YOURSELF IN, DRAUGHT-PROOF THE DOOR AND SHOW YOURSELF AT THE WINDOW • Take if necessary the injured person(s) to asafe place • Alert the nearest first-aider • Call for help → - Firemen : direct line red phone near first-aid box, corridor 700 - Emergency number112 • Be precise as to : - the location of the incident (Laboratoire de Génie Électrique de Paris, room) - the number of casualties - the nature of the emergency (illness, cuts, burns, electrification etc..) - the status of casualties - the first aid given to the casualties - your phone number DO NOT HANG DOWN THE PHONE FIRST ! • Sendrepresentatives to the entranceof the campus and the building to guide the emergency services in • Warn the occupational medicine • Do not obstruct emergency exits, gangways, corridors • Leave open access to fire extinguishers, fire blankets and emergency water hoses • Do not obstruct the closing of internal doors and fire doors • Close all doors and windows each time you leave the building • Follow the particular instructions for the use of equipment or an operation • Follow the procedure of noting all incidents in the working environment, however minor • Inform the ACMO of all accidents or incidents FIRE EXTINGUISHERS A B B ABC Foam spray CO2 Powder For use on wood, paper, textiles and flammable liquids For use on flammable liquids For use on all types of fires

  2. New labelling of chemical products USEFUL NUMBERS Hazardsymbols SAFETY PASSPORT • Fire : direct line red phone near first-aid box, corridor 700 • Ambulance Services : 112 • Occupational Medicine : → 01 69 82 33 22 → service.medical.gif@dr4.cnrs.fr • Prevention and Safety Service : → 01 69 82 33 51 → hyg-sec@dr4.cnrs.fr • ACMOof the unit : → 01 69 85 16 41 / 16 35 • First-aider of the unit : → 01 69 85 16 41 / 16 59 / 16 32 (offices 507, 711, 103b) Conception et réalisation CNRS Délégation Île-de-France Sud • Service Prévention et Sécurité • R. Macanjo• 2011 • Warning - ATTENTION or DANGER Inform of the level of gravity of the danger • Danger warnings (H) Describes the nature of the danger • Prevention guidances (P) Describes the measures for prevention • EUH – Additional information on the specific dangers tied to property and/or to health. EMERGENCY INSTRUCTIONS LGEP Comburant Danger of suffocation High voltage Explosive atmosphere Explosive Flammable APPRAISE Pressurized gas PLAN Magnetic field Non-ionizing radiation Laser radiation Pollutant Corrosive PREVENTION & SAFETY Seriouslydamaging to health Biohazard materials Lowtemperature Ionizing radiation Lethalmaterial Carcino- genic ACT IDENTIFY Oxidizing materials Flammable materials Explosive materials Corrosive materials Harmful materials Toxic materials