Emergency Evacuation Plan For The Harristown II Building
PURPOSE This Building Emergency Plan provides procedures to be utilized for emergency evacuation of the 333 Market Street Building in the event of a bomb threat, fire, natural disaster, or other emergency conditions. These procedures have been developed to provide a systematic and orderly evacuation process. This plan includes pertinent information on the building’s alarm system, bomb preparedness, exits, fire prevention and fire extinguishing methods and equipment.
INTRODUCTION When emergencies occur, the ability to respond quickly in a coordinated effort with trained people operating as a team is vital. Prompt action reduces, if not eliminates the possibility of personal injury and will minimize damage. Because it is not always possible to know the exact reason for an evacuation, this plan is tailored around the implementation of the most complex plan, the bomb threat. Additional information is included as necessary to deal with other topics such as fire fighting and fire extinguishing.
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Information Specific to the 333 Market Street Building
Emergency Evacuation Process
INDIVIDUALS REQUIRING ASSISTANCE
Buildings Safety Team Responsibilities
Day Care Center Evacuation Plan
Guidelines for Responding to Bomb Threats or Residential Incidents
Use of Fire Extinguishers
333 Market Street Evacuation Teams
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Emergency Phone Number ----------------------------------------------1-911 Capitol Police ---------------------------------------------------------787-3199 Building Manager ----------------------------------------------------705-5860 Building Fire Marshal -----------------------------------------------787-5380 Fire Safety Division -------------------------------------------------346-1526 PRIMARY ASSEMBLY AREA
Transportation Center (Train Station)
PRIMARY INCIDENT COMMAND Main Lobby FLOOR WARDENS /AREA CHIEFS John Wolford/Jean Klinger 772-7039/783-0214 Russell Smith 787-4189 David Brooks 772-9918 Len Bayich 787-3721 Ella Kuhn 783-9791 John Creason 787-7289 Scott Fones 787-7194 Charles Hollbrook 783-6868 John McElhiney 787-5093 Renee Kirkpatrick 787-9744 Ernie Helling 787-5500 Bob Roush 783-6595 Donald Dolbin 787-8603 J.W. Brown 786-4868 Dan Iser 787-6406 Terry Murphy 783-6535 Carolyn Harbison 772-3566 Bill Strockbine 705-7306 Susan Benkovic 787-3787 Jennifer Shirk 232-9292
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INFORMATION SPECIFIC TO THE 333 MARKET STREET BUILDING Three (3) emergency exits are located on each floor, the Southwest (Stairs #1) and Southeast (Stairs #2) corners and the center (Stairs #3) of the building. There are four exits on the first floor and lobby, 2 exits on the street level, and three exits on the basement floor. Safety Personnel that work within the 333 Market Street Building will wear a fluorescent orange Safety Team vest when an evacuation is needed. DGS Fire Safety Personnel, the Capitol Police and other emergency personnel have complete authority during any evacuation. Following their instructions will ensure your safety. They have been provided with training to take appropriate steps and actions to assist you with an orderly evacuation of the building. Failure to maintain composure or to follow the instructions of the Safety Team could jeopardize your health and safety as well as the health and safety of your fellow employes. It is important to remain calm, cool, collected and to act accordingly. The 333 Market Street Building has three ways to evacuate the building occupants. First, the building is equipped with a state of the art fire alarm system. When activated it will maintain a steady, tone whenever a pull station sprinkler system, of smoke detector is activated. The system is designed for a “Selective Evacuation” and will activate the floor alarm where the device is activated and the floor above. When the alarm is activated, it will continue to sound until the master panel is reset. ONLY the Harrisburg Fire Department, Capitol Police or Harristown Personnel will reset the alarm panel. The alarm system is directly connected to the Building Security Desk and Harristown Development Corporation (HDC) Control Center who will dispatch the Harrisburg Fire Department (HFD) and other Safety Personnel whenever the alarm is activated. Sensors placed throughout the building monitor for smoke, temperature, and sprinkler system failure, activation, and/or valve tampering. The second way to evacuate the building occupants is to use the building announcement system. The Building Manager or Building Fire Marshal would decide to use the announcement system if the use of the automatic alarm system would jeopardize the building occupants’ safety. The third way to evacuate the building occupants is for the Building Fire Marshal to contact each floor chief to inform him/her of the situation, the need to inform the FLOOR occupants of the need to evacuate, and any special circumstances related to the evacuation. The Building Manager or Building Fire Marshal would decide to evacuate the building occupants in this manner by the recommendation from the Police, Fire Dept. or the DGS Fire Safety Dept.
EMERGENCY EVACUATION PROCESS Upon hearing the activation of the emergency alarm system, by building announcement system or through a verbal notification from the Fire Safety Personnel or other personnel having jurisdiction you must evacuate the building. Unless you have been previously notified to disregard the alarm, upon activation of the alarm system you must immediately begin to evacuate the building. You must evacuate the building under all circumstances, even if the alarm stops sounding. DO NOT STOP AN EVACUATION FOR ANY REASON ONCE IT IS STARTED. If there is a reason that an alarm cannot be activated or will not work, then the Building Fire Marshal will meet with the Floor Chiefs and other Safety Personnel to come up with an alternate plan to alert the people throughout the building.
Follow these guidelines to insure a safe and efficient evacuation. Assist visitors to follow the evacuation plan. Take your coat (and purse, lunch, briefcase, etc.) and any other item you brought in with you that day if it is readily available. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO GO TO ANOTHER FLOOR IF YOU ARE NOT NEARBY YOUR WORK AREA. DO NOT OPERATE CELLULAR TELEPHONES, TWO-WAY RADIOS, OR LIKE EQUIPMENT DURING ANY EVACUATION. As you leave your work area, observe if there are any suspicious packages, boxes, parcels, envelopes, etc. in your work area. Report any such suspicious items to the Exit Guard or Floor Chief as you exit the floor. Remember that at the beginning of an evacuation you will not necessarily know the reason for the evacuation. It could be a: real bomb threat, real fire, other real emergency, or drill. Head towards the CLOSEST emergency exit and begin evacuation. DO NOT attempt to use the elevators. They will be out of service the moment an alarm sounds. Use the stairwells as EXITS ONLY. When entering the stairwells it is imperative to maintain a single file movement. As you enter the stairwells, keep to the outside of the stairwell and then gradually merge to the inside by the next floor. Stay along the inside of the stair railing in order to allow for the entry of people from other floors.
If you require assistance for evacuating the building, please report to the safe area at stairwells #1 or #2, wait for a “buddy” and instructions from the Floor Chief. If you have a visitor to the building who requires assistance at any time during an evacuation, please have them report to the safe area at stairwells #1 or #2 and wait for instructions from the Floor Chief. You MUST leave the building. After exiting the building, head east until you reach the Transportation Center (Train Station). Use Caution when crossing Fourth Street. For your safety, DO NOT CROSS MARKET STREET. When Safety Personnel give an all clear, follow their directions to expedite your return to the building. If at any time during an evacuation a person creates a hazard to fellow employees, the Floor Chief or any other Safety Team Member has the authority to remove that person from the stairwell until they are able to continue descending without jeopardizing the health and safety of fellow employees.
INDIVIDUALS REQUIRING ASSISTANCE Individuals who have self-disclosed the request for assistance have specifically been provided for in these procedures. If you have not self-disclosed, but want to be included in these procedures, please see your Floor Chief or the Building Fire Marshal for the appropriate paperwork that should be filled out and returned to the Floor Chief. For individuals who require assistance, the 333 Market Street Building utilizes a "buddy system" to assist each person from his/her work area to the stair towers. Individuals who are unable to descend the stairs will be positioned outside the Southwest (#1) or Southeast (#2) stair towers until the their floor and the floors above have been totally evacuated. Once the floors have been evacuated then the individuals will be moved into the safe areas of either the Southwest (#1) or Southeast (#2) stairwells, not the center stair tower. Once the individuals requiring assistance are moved into the stair towers it is the decision of the individual requiring assistance to continue evacuating by the stairs with the assistance of their “buddy” or to wait for the assistance of the emergency personnel. If the individual requiring assistance cannot evacuate by the stairs their buddy will remain in the stairs with them until they are evacuated by emergency personnel or the emergency situation is cleared. It may be determined by the emergency personnel that it is safe to use the elevators. An authorized person will manually operate the elevator to retrieve the individuals requiring assistance. Depending on the nature of the emergency the Buddies may still
be required to utilize the stairs in order to minimize the removal time. The Floor Chief and other Safety Team Members will be used to provide assistance and to ensure that all individuals requiring assistance are accounted for during an emergency. In the event of an emergency requiring evacuation of the building, the Floor Chiefs will contact the Building Fire Marshal located in the main lobby of the building (Primary Incident Command) to notify him/her of the status of his/her floor, as well as to report the number of persons that require assistance. Unless directed otherwise by the Building Fire Marshal you should then report to the Transportation Center (Train Station) (Primary Assembly Area) located behind the Zion Lutheran Church on the East side of Fourth Street. If necessary the (Secondary Incident Command) will be the main lobby of the Rachel Carson State Office Building and the (Secondary Assembly Area) will be determined, if the train station is determined to be an unsafe location. Everyone should assemble together in order that additional pertinent information can be made available to everyone, i.e. you cannot reenter the building until further notice. Those who will need assistance for transportation, etc. can discuss this with the Fire Safety Personnel. It maybe possible to have your personal belongings retrieved i.e. car keys, medicines, etc.
BUILDING SAFETY TEAM RESPONSIBILITIES
DGS FIRE SAFETY COORDINATOR Responsible for all aspects of the Emergency Evacuation Plan, implementation, and training coordination. Schedules evacuation drills. Supervises the alarm system operation. Supervises the sprinkler system operation. Inspects buildings for fire and panic code violations, and notifies the Building Fire Marshal for corrective action where necessary. BUILDING FIRE MARSHAL AND ALTERNATE Responsible for all matters pertaining to evacuation drills and fire and safety organization for the building. Develops and updates the Building Evacuation Procedures, Bomb Threat Procedures, and Fire and Safety Plan Information. Contacts the police having jurisdiction for his/her building and reviews the Building Emergency Plan with them on an annual basis as a minimum. Develops evacuation routes for the 333 Market Street Building and makes sure exit signs reflect these routes. Maintains the building free of fire and panic code violations. Recommends disciplinary measures to supervisor for failure of the occupants to observe the procedures relating to emergencies. Works with the Bureau of Human Resources Training Division to develop and present Building Emergency Evacuation procedure training to all occupants of the 333 Market Street Building at the time of employment.
Coordinates the presentation of training to all 333 Market Street Building Safety Team Members annually. Coordinates with other building tenants to ensure that a system is established for responding to bombs, bomb threats, and related incidents and rapidly notifying all building occupants when an evacuation is necessary.
Coordinates with local officials who are responsible for building operation, security, and/or fire protection to establish and notify all affected offices/building occupants when an evacuation is necessary as well as for preplanning activities associated with appropriate responses to bombs, bomb threats, and related incidents.
Ensures the appointment of emergency evacuation staff. Ensures that designated backup staff exists to perform essential functions if the Building Fire Marshal and/or other designated staff are unavailable. Coordinates the assignment of assembly areas. Sets up emergency command post for Floor Chiefs to report, on first floor. Arranges for the rescue of persons in the staging areas through the firemen, police, or other emergency personnel. Responsible to distinguish the type of emergency being handled and report that information to the Floor Chiefs. Ensures that other special needs areas have an adequate plan in place to facilitate evacuation. Attends mandatory yearly training session, which includes evacuation procedure review, bomb threat response review, and fire extinguisher use training. FLOOR CHIEF AND ALTERNATE Coordinates the Safety Team for his/her floor. Conducts periodic inspections to ensure compliance with fire and panic codes. Proceeds to assigned location immediately upon hearing the fire alarm.
Ensures that the persons who have self-disclosed or have requested assistance are accounted for. Ensures that hysterical or disruptive persons are assisted or withdrawn from the
evacuation stream. Inspects doors to the stairwells to ensure they are closed.
When floor evacuation is complete, forward this information to the Building Fire Marshal or Alternate then proceeds to the assembly area (See appropriate procedure).
Report outside to assist in moving evacuees away from the building and to the primary assembly area. Attends mandatory yearly training session, which includes review of evacuation procedures and bomb threat response. Maintains a working knowledge of employees on the designated floor, including their work area location. SEARCHERS/ALTERNATES Visit all rest rooms and work areas of assigned floors (including conference rooms) to make certain all occupants have cleared the area. Note the presence of any suspicious packages, briefcases, bags or satchels in common areas. Assist visitors not familiar with the evacuation plan. Ensure that hysterical or disruptive persons are assisted or withdrawn from the evacuation stream. Closes (but does not lock) any open doors. Reports to the Floor Chief for further instructions. Report outside to assist in moving evacuees away from the building and to the primary assembly area. Attends mandatory yearly training session, which includes review of evacuation procedures and bomb threat response.
"BUDDIES" FOR PERSONS REQUESTING ASSISTANCE
Assigned to assist persons who have self-disclosed the request for assistance. Assist persons to an easily accessible, easily found area at any of the stairwells.
Remain with the person until released from that responsibility, or until emergency personnel arrive to assist them to exit the building.
EXIT GUARDS/ALTERNATES Ensure that the exit doors are opened promptly after the first evacuation signal and closed upon evacuation of all occupants of the floor. Maintain order and prohibit the entrance of personnel from the stairwell to the floor. Regulate the speed of evacuation by speeding or slowing the entrance of occupants into the stair tower to prevent overcrowding. Report to the floor chief for further instructions. Ensure that hysterical or disruptive persons are assisted or withdrawn from the evacuation stream. Report outside to assist in moving evacuees away from the building and to the primary assembly area. Attends mandatory yearly training session, which includes evacuation procedure review and bomb threat response.
333 MARKET STREET BUILDING DAY CARE CENTER EVACUATION PROCEDURES
GENERAL: 1. The Day Care will conduct Evacuation Drills every 30 Days, the evacuation alarm will be used and the announcement system will notify the 1 st. and 2nd.floor occupants that it is an evacuation drill for the Day Care facility only. 2. Day Care Center staff and predestinated volunteers are not authorized to allow children to leave the group until conclusion of the emergency. 3. Day Care Center staff and pre-designated volunteers will wear identifying armbands. PROCEDURES: The following will occur when an alarm sounds: 1. The Day Care Center will evacuate when the alarm is sounded. 2. The Center staff will assemble the children and assist them with outer clothing if necessary. 3. The Center staff, with the children, will meet pre-designated first and second floor volunteers at Stairwell #3. These volunteers will assist the Center staff in escorting the children down Stairwell #3. 4. All evacuees will assemble in the street level lobby of Stairwell #3 to await a Capitol Police escort to the Morrison Towers Community Room. 5. The second Capitol Police officer on the scene will escort the Center evacuees from the Stairwell #3 (two sets of double gray doors adjacent to the (Sneaker Store), down 4th Street to Chestnut Street. The evacuees will cross the street and proceed to the Morrison Towers Community Room. 6. Upon clearance, the children will be returned to the Center or released ONLY with the approval of the Day Care Center Director or Assistant Director to their parents.
GUIDELINES FOR RESPONDING TO BOMB THREATS AND RELATED INCIDERNTS All Commonwealth officials and employees must be prepared to respond to bomb threats and other law enforcement related incidents that may occur at any time at their work location. Personnel should review MANAGEMENT DIRECTIVE 720.3 Amended (October 18, 2001): Guidelines for Responding to and Reporting Bombs, Bomb threats, and Related Incidents. Click on the link below to review: http://sites.state.pa.us/oa/directives/720-3.pdf
IF YOU SHOULD RECEIVE A BOMB THREAT VIA TELEPHONE Attempt to get as much information from the caller as possible. Don’t hang up on the caller. Refer to the Bomb Threat Data Card (STD 499) or the procedures listed inside the back cover of the current Commonwealth Telephone Directory. Ask the caller the location of the bomb(s) and time of detonation. Ask the caller why the bomb(s) was placed. Listen carefully to any background sounds and record the information on the Bomb Threat Data Card. Follow the course of action listed below: Immediately call the Capitol Police at 1-911 and report the incident. Next, inform your immediate supervisor or higher level of authority. Attempt to report the information to the Building Fire Marshal or to the Floor Chief so that the exits from the building can be checked for suspicious items prior to an evacuation. Do not spread panic by
forwarding any further information to your coworkers.
IF YOU RECEIVE A BOMB THREAT MESSAGE If you find a written bomb threat in a public area within the building or if a message is received in at your office within the State Offices, you must handle it with care. Instruct other employees not to handle the document. If possible, the written threat should be place inside a plastic sheet protector. You should immediately call the Capitol Police at 1-911. You should also notify your supervisor, if available, or other management personnel within your agency. You may receive a bomb threat via e-mail. You should print a copy of the message and it should not be deleted. The copy will be turned over to the Capitol Police. The Capitol Police will need to interview you about the incident. Even if you must evacuate the building, do not go home unless you have notified the Capitol Police of your plans. Failure to do so could hamper the investigation.
NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD ANY BOMB THREAT BE IGNORED.
THREAT ASSESSMENT AND EVACUATION PROCEDURES It is the responsibility of the Capitol Police to conduct a Threat Assessment on all bomb threats. How, when and by whom was the bomb threat received? Exactly what information was received? IS IT A CREDIBLE THREAT? Any possible connection to current events and/or agency related problems? If the Capitol Police determine that a credible threat exists within the State Offices or a credible threat exists within 333 Market Street that may impact upon the State Offices, the on-duty Capitol Police Officer In Charge will order the evacuation of the State Offices only. Normally, the Capitol Police will request the HDC Security personnel to make an announcement over the audio address system. Employees will be informed that the State Offices are being evacuated due to an emergency. Unless there is a specific reason not to do so, HDC personnel will be asked to activate the fire alarm system within the State Offices. If necessary, the Audio address system will also be used to provide state employees with additional information relating to the primary assembly
area, etc. IF YOU FIND AN IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICE (IED) OR A POSSIBLE DEVICE
It is possible that an individual or a group could place one or more improvised explosive devices (IED’s) in or near the building or in another part of 333 Market Street Building. If you find a suspicious object that you believe may be an IED, the employee should immediately call the Capitol Police at 1-911. You should also notify your immediate supervisor, if available, or other management personnel. You should attempt to contact the Building Fire Marshal and/or the Floor Chief. No one should touch the object. The immediate area near the suspected IED should be cleared. Ideally, personnel associated with the building safety team should monitor the situation pending the arrival of the Capitol Police. REMEMBER: No one should use a two-way radio or a cellular telephone in the area of a real or suspected IED. The Capitol Police will respond and assess the situation to determine the proper course of action. If the Capitol Police determine that the item is, or may be, an improvised explosive device (IED), the Building will be evacuated. The Capitol Police Communication Center will coordinate with evacuation with the HDC Control Center (238-2726). Normally, the Control Center will be asked to make an announcement over the public address system. The Capitol Police Communication Center will call the U.S. Army EOD unit at Fort Indiantown Gap and request them to respond to the building. The Communication Center will also call Troop H and request a State Police cruiser to meet the EOD unit on the interstate and to escort them into the city. The Capitol Police will notify the Harrisburg Police and Harrisburg Fire Department about the situation within the Building. Harristown Security will determine any additional evacuation of 333 Market Street in consultation with the Capitol Police, Harrisburg Police and Harrisburg Fire Department. Due to the multijurisdictional nature of 333 Market Street, it is imperative that the Pennsylvania Capitol Police, Harrisburg Police, Harrisburg Fire Department, Harristown Security and building safety personnel all work together during any type of emergency situation.
FIRE PREVENTION 333 MARKET STREET BUILDING FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM The 333 Market Street Building contains a sprinkler system throughout all floors of the building, portable fire extinguishers, Halon 1301 systems (in the computer rooms) and a standpipe system for fire department use only. Halon 1301 Fire Extinguishing Systems These automatic fire suppression systems were installed specifically to provide protection for the equipment housed in the computer rooms. Only the people who have access to these rooms need to be concerned with the Halon 1301 Suppression Systems. A Halon 1301 system activation will register as a fire alarm activation and the floor will be evacuated.
TYPES OF FIRES CLASS "A" FIRES Fires of ordinary, combustible materials where the cooling or quenching effect of water is the extinguishing factor. EXAMPLE: Paper, rags, wood, etc. Use a Fire Extinguisher rated for Class "A" Fires CLASS "B" FIRES Fires in flammable liquids where the exclusion of oxygen is essential. EXAMPLE: Gasoline, cleaning solvents, oils, grease, etc. Use a Fire Extinguisher rated for Class "B" Fires CLASS "C" FIRES Electrical equipment fires where a non-conductive extinguishing agent is of the first importance. EXAMPLE: Electric motors, switchboards, electrical panels, etc. Shut off power supply and use a Fire Extinguisher rated for Class "C" Fires
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER INFORMATION Before you use a fire extinguisher to fight a fire you should pull the fire alarm or have someone else pull the fire alarm. If you have the slightest doubt about whether to fight or not to fight – DON’T
Fire extinguishers have their limits. When used properly, a portable fire extinguisher can save lives and property by putting out a small fire or containing it until the Fire Department arrives. Portable extinguishers; however, are not designed to fight a large or spreading fire. Even against small fires, they are useful under only limited conditions: The extinguisher must be rated for the type of fire at hand. The extinguisher must be large enough to put out the fire. Most extinguishers discharge their agents in as little as eight seconds. The extinguisher must be within easy reach and in working order, fully charged. The operator must know how to use the extinguisher. There is no time to read directions during an emergency.
The Operator must be strong enough to lift and operate the fire extinguisher. NEVER FIGHT A FIRE IF EVEN ONE OF THE FOLLOWING IS TRUE: 1. The fire is spreading beyond the immediate area where it started, or is already a large fire. 2. The fire could spread to block your escape route. 3. You are untrained in the proper operation of the extinguisher. 4. You are in doubt about whether the extinguisher is designed for the type of fire at hand or is large enough to fight the fire.
It is reckless to fight a fire with an extinguisher in any one of these cases. Instead, leave immediately, close off the area, and let the fire fighting to the Fire Department.
USE OF FIRE EXTINGUISHERS PASS Pull the pin (some units require the releasing of a lock latch, pressing a puncture lever or other motion). Aim the extinguisher nozzle (horn or hose) at the base of the fire. Squeeze or press the handle. Sweep from side to side at the base of the fire. Watch for rekindling. Move in close; pull apart the burned area to get at hot spots. Discharge the contents of the extinguisher.
DRY CHEMICAL EXTINGUISHERS - CLASS "A", "B", AND "C" FIRES Break the plastic seal, remove the pin located in the handle, and squeeze the handles to discharge dry chemical. To reduce the intensity of the flames, direct the dry chemical stream slowly from side to side to gain full coverage. In tank fires, after the intensity has been reduced, the stream is dropped to include the near edge of the tank. In small spill fires, the entire width can be covered by the dry chemical, attack the fire from the front. The dry chemical is discharged over the entire spill area covering the flames from front to back.
Fight the fire with the wind or breeze to your back.
333 Market Street Evacuation Teams
Building Fire Marshal Alternate Alternate
Toni Durden Larry McComsey Michael Bressi
705-5860 787-5380 783-9795
19th Floor Warden Alt. Exit Guards
John Wolford Ann Bowman Matthew Ramble Robert Shank Valerie Machmer
Alt. Exit Guards
Jill Ewell Kathy Stimley
Ed Brenner (Men’s Room) Bobbi Sweeney (Women’s Room) Jean Klinger Brian Weegan Joyce Culpepper Kathy Brillhart
Don Follett (Men’s Room) Kathy Brillhart (Women’s Rest room) Nicole Schumacher Jackie Campbell Donna Ebersole Marty Fry
18th Floor Warden Alt. Exit Guards
Russell Smith Richard Long Ken Boyer Wesley Boyer Don Fields
Alt. Exit Guards
Deb Casner Merl Hess
Lynda Potteiger (Women’s Room) Rick Updegrove (Men’s Room) Curt Byerly Elaine Smeltz Upen Pandya Ken Schiavo
Caroline Showers (Women’s Room) Doug Harner (Men’s Room) Mark Searer Zyg Bystron Michael Baker Travis Kagarsise
17th Floor Warden Alt.
David Brooks Kim Garner
Exit Guards Searchers
Pam Lubold Dana Wellner
16th Floor Warden Alt. Exit Guards
Len Bayich Don DeBastiani Alan Gunkel Lisa Ketrick Donna Metcalfe
Linda Zang James Keiser Joe Moretz Rick Huff Lynda Martin
15th Floor Warden Alt. Exit Guards
Ella Kuhn Bob Klinger Bob Slusser Eric Chubb Cathleen Schmidt
Sandy Viani Cindy Anderson Wendy Kenyon Ken Koppenhaver Klaus Schuller
14th Floor Warden Alt.
John Creason Mary Wyatte
Kris Shomper Jerry Hottinger Diana Kriebel
Cheryl Wenger John Jewett Sarah Miller
13th Floor Warden Alt. Exit Guards
Scott Fones Bill Rost Teresa Bradley Susmita Amin Brent Fleck
Thresa Stafford Roger Sits Meena Lakshmikanthan(Women’s Room) Nayan Parikh (Men’s Room)
12th Floor Warden Alt. Exit Guards
Charles Holbrook Bill Stephens Jane McClure Laurie Ridge
Edward Rech Jeff Bostic George J. Kordek Michael Westover
11th Floor Warden Alt. Exit Guard
John McElhiney Diana Hershey Dolly Roberts August Schwab Tania Miller
JoLynn Watkins Rachel Cummings Michele Erdman Lynn Moses Sue Barron
10th Floor Warden Alt. Exit Guards
Renee Kirkpatrick Bunne Heimbach Cathy Carretti Adam Schott
Jane Shoop Brian Christopher Bunne Heimbach Bethany Yenner
9th Floor Warden Alt. Exit Guard
Ernie Helling Mary Cornman Joanne Magaro Carol Hrobak Robert Tomaine
Steve Turner Jerry Bennett
8th Floor Warden Alt.
Bob Roush Charles Wayne
Bill Bertrand Jay Gift Christine Day
Patti Vathis Cheryl Watts Deb Tezak Richard Murray Ray Young (4th. Acting Floor Warden)
7th Floor Warden Alt. Exit Guards
Donald Dolbin Russ Alves Kelly Gallitin Trema Bender Chris Hoffman
Kathy Vradenburgh Tracy Rodriguez Jesse Fru Jill Deitrich Felicia Harris
6th Floor Warden Alt.
J.W. Brown John Bonchalk
Al Mensky Rob Brown Arthur Richardson
Jay Cannon K.C. Simchock Dave Chomitzky Tammy Keisling Chris Weller
5th Floor Warden Alt. Exit Guards
Dan Iser Greg Spadafore West: Pat Tamanini Center: Nancy Avolese East: Tom Ford
East: Kelly Hudson West: Deana Zerby Men’s room: Sheldon Winnick Ladies room: Kathy Sinnig
4th Floor Warden Alt. Exit Guard
Terry Murphy Patty Chila Tim Hare Sandy Souder Ralph Girolamo
Shirley Varner Nancy Robinson John Brown Sandy Souder
3rd Floor Warden Alt. Exit Guard
Carolyn Harbison Karen Turner Darlene Johnson Barbara Savini Marlene Neidinger
Carol Longenecker Jean Peterson Prerana Divatia
2nd Floor Warden Alt. Exit Guard
Bill Strockbine Jerry Kambic Mike Lomma Scott Pitts
1st Floor Warden Alt. Exit Guard Searcher
Susan Benkovic Roslyn Rhodes
Day Care Director
Lobby Floor Warden (CHIPS) Alt. Exit Guard Searcher