FIRE AND EMERGENCY EVACUATION PLAN Building Power Plant Building by owfm2322

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									                       FIRE AND EMERGENCY EVACUATION PLAN
                         Building: Power Plant Building: Floor 1

 Primary Emergency Coordinator (PEC):                  Aidan Murray, x7670
 Secondary Emergency Coordinator (SEC):                Claudy Jourdain, x7824

 The Evacuation Role of the PEC
 The PEC shall make a full sweep of the area depicted in the “Emergency Evacuation Map” (the Map) in
 order to ensure that all of the occupants have evacuated the building and that all of the doors along the
 corridors are closed. Then proceed to the prearranged Emergency Evacuation Area located outside as
 shown on the Map.
 Evacuation Role of the Secondary Emergency Coordinator (SEC)
 The SEC will perform the duties of the PEC when the PEC is unavailable.
 Otherwise, the SEC will assist the PEC during the evacuation process.
 Evacuation Role of Public Safety Personnel
 Public Safety Personnel shall sustain the duties of the Emergency Coordinators described in the Evacuation
 Role of the PEC when the Emergency Coordinators are unavailable.
 Evacuation Responsibilities of the Building Occupants
 Immediately evacuate the building when the fire alarm sounds and safely proceed to the Emergency
 Evacuation Site as described in the Fire and Emergency Evacuation Plans in Section B.1 & 2 below.
 Failure to comply is a violation of the NJ Fire Law; F-704.5 Evacuations.
 Always know at least 2 ways out from the area that you occupy at any given time.

I. The Fire and Emergency Evacuation Plan for Building Power Plant Building, Floor 1
             A. Emergency Egress or Escape Routes
                 Refer to the Map provided with this plan.
             B. Fire and Emergency Evacuation Plan
                 All Fire/Emergency Evacuations shall be COMPLETE unless notified otherwise by the
                 Incident Commander.
                 COMPLETE means that ALL occupants shall vacate the building immediately upon the
                 sounding of the fire alarm or via any other emergency communications that are approved
                 by Ramapo College.
                 1. Primary Evacuation Routes
                      a. All occupants shall evacuate the building utilizing the egress paths to the Exits
                           indicated on the “ Fire and Emergency Evacuation Map” (the Map).
                      b. After exiting the building, proceed down the respective walkway to the
                           designated Emergency Evacuation Site located as shown on the Map.
                 2. Secondary Evacuation Route
                      a. It is the responsibility of each individual to be aware of your surroundings and to
                           learn at least two ways out of each area that one may occupy at any given time.
                           Please refer to the "Emergency Evacuation Map for at least two Exit Ways from
                           this location.
                      b. If for some reason occupants can not exit through the front of the building,
                           occupants should exit through the rear of the building.
                      c. Once outside, then the Emergency Coordinator shall notify Public Safety that
                           occupants are unable to use the Primary Evacuation Route to reach the
                           designated Emergency Evacuation Site at. .


              C. Procedures for Employees who shall remain to Operate Critical Equipment
                       1. All of the other non emergency responders and occupants are required to
                           evacuate the building upon the activation and sounding of the fire alarm.
              D. Procedures for Accounting for Employees and Occupants (Occupants) after the
                 Evacuation has been completed
                 After it appears that all of the occupants have evacuated the building and are assembled
                 at the designated Emergency Evacuation Site, an accounting by the PEC, of the persons
                 at the designated Emergency Evacuation Site, will take place at that time. Public Safety
                 will immediately be notified of any persons identified as unaccounted for.
              E. Identification and Assignment of Personnel Responsible for Rescue and
                 Emergency Medical Aid
                           1. The Ramapo College Department of Public Safety and the Township of
                               Mahwah Police and Fire Departments shall be the first responders to provide
                               rescue personnel for emergencies on Campus.
                          2.   The Ramapo College EMS and the Township of Mahwah First Aid Squad
                               shall be the first responders to provide medical aid for emergencies on
                               Campus.
                 Please note that the Ramapo College EMS only operates during the regular academic
                 semester; usually consisting of the months from September of the current year and
                 through the end of May of the following year.
             F. The Preferred and any Alternate Means of Notifying Occupants of a Fire or
                 Emergency
                          1. The preferred means of notifying occupants of a fire or emergency is the Fire
                               Alarm Control Panel (F.A.C.P.) and the ancillary notification devices
                               including audio and visual horn strobes, bells, alarms and fire detection
                               devices with sounder bases
                          2. The alternate means of notifying occupants of fire or emergency are but
                               shall not limited to:
                               a. Emergency Coordinators
                               b. Public Safety Personnel
                               c. Alert Me Now – A text message and phone notification system
                               d. The internal and external College websites
             G. The Preferred and any Alternate Means of Reporting Fires and other Emergencies
                 to the Fire Department or Designated Emergency Response Organization
                          1. The preferred method of notifying the fire department of a fire or other
                               emergency is via a dedicated telephone line (the Red Phone) to the
                               Township of Mahwah Police Dispatch Desk. This Red Phone is location in
                               the College’s Public Safety Headquarters. Fire Alarms, pre-alarms and
                               trouble alarms are transmitted via dedicated phone/communication lines to
                               Ramapo College’s Proprietary Fire Alarm Monitoring Station located in the
                               College’s Public Safety Headquarters.
                          2. The alternate means of reporting fires or other emergencies to the fire
                               department or designated emergency response organization are via phone
                               to Campus Public Safety at 6666 or 201.684.6666, by telephone to 9 911, or
                               direct dial to the Township of Mahwah Police Dispatch at 201.529.1000.
                 Note: Gina Mayer-Costa, the College’s Director of Environmental Health & Safety and
                 Dennis Harrington, the Fire Marshall for the College each have direct contact with the
                 Township of Mahwah Fire Department, Emergency Medical and Emergency Management
                 via hand held radios.
             H. Identification and assignment of personnel who can be contacted for further
                 information or explanation of duties under the plan
                 Accordingly, the following personnel are designated:
                          1. Department of Public Safety Personnel at 6666 or 201.684.6666
                          2. Gina Mayer-Costa, Director of Environmental Health and Safety at 7531 or
                               201.684.7531 or Cell 551.804.2244
                          3. Dennis Harrington, Ramapo College Fire Marshal at 6252 or 201.684.6252
                               or Cell 551.804.2265
               I. A Description of the Emergency Voice/Alarm Communication System Alert Tone
                    and Preprogram-med Voice Messages, for Power Plant Building, Floor 1
                    The Fire Alarm System does not have any of these capabilities.
               J. The Emergency Evacuation Plan for People with Disabilities
                          1. People with disabilities should proceed to the nearest available Exit as
                               indicated on the “Facilities Power Plant Emergency Evacuation Map” (the
                               Map).
               K. Communication to employees and Occupants in the Power Plant Building
                    Building, Floor 1
                    The pro-active communications that take place prior to emergencies include:
                          1. Annual Training Classes for all Employees as prescribed by the new NJ Fire
                               Code effective 02/01/09.
                          2. The availability of this Emergency Evacuation Plan and the Power Plant
                               Building Building, Floor 1, Fire and Emergency Evacuation Map.”
                          3. The PEC or Fire Marshal will update the current and inform any new Faculty
                               and Staff in the Power Plant Building Building, Floor 1 about any changes to
                               the Fire and Emergency Evacuation Plan as they occur.


This plan was last reviewed on 10/22/2009

								
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