Emergency Evacuation Procedures

Emergency evacuation may be required when there is an actual or potential danger to the occupants of any building as a result of fire or other emergency situation.

When a fire alarm is sounded or any emergency evacuation is declared, all occupants must leave the building(s) through the nearest exit and proceed immediately to the designated staging area and remain a minimum of 50 feet away from any building. When you leave, you should take all belongings with you.

Department of Public Safety personnel, local police and/or fire department personnel will direct the evacuation.

All roadways and walkways must remain clear for emergency vehicles.

You are to remain at the designated staging area until the local authorities allow entry back into the building(s) or you are directed to a different location.

Do not use elevators during the evacuation process.