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					Emergency Evacuation Procedures
If alarm is ringing or fire bell sounding follow the steps below;
Most senior person takes charge. Phone security on ext 3333 and notify them of the emergency. If confirmed fire ask them to notify the Fire Brigade. * Put on fire warden jackets (located in cupboard under coke fridge) and grab evacuation signs from gym storeroom (behind door). Place one at main entrance. Please follow these procedures: Allocate staff or other responsible adults to evacuate the following areas and ask them to report back to you at the main entrance. Patrons are to be told to proceed to the University grassed area, across Learoyd Street through the safest exit.
Tick box when reported all clear & by who

 Admin office  Health and Fitness Centre, appraisal room, gym store room  MLSHS academic office, ShapeHer studio & tearoom  Sports courts and storerooms  ECU & MLSHS male & female change rooms, disabled toilet, cleaners room  Multi-purpose room/store, kitchen, classroom  Three persons to evacuate the underground car park check no one is in cars. Close doors to stairwells located at ECU & MLSHS ends of car park. Place someone at the front entrance to ensure patrons or cars do not enter this area. The third person is to report back to you when they are in place. 1 x Evacuation sign at entrance. If it is safe to do so, ensure the safe is locked and take the till trays with you. Evacuate the building. When security arrives brief them of the situation and wait for further instructions. When the emergency is over, phone Hayley on 0421 650 290 or David on 0417 985 385 and then fill out an incident report form.
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BOMB THREAT
If you receive a bomb threat telephone call: 3333 1. Endeavour to obtain as much information as possible about the threat: o Location of bomb – which building o Type of package. 2. If possible engage the caller in conversation allowing a trace to be made on the call DO NOT HANG UP 3. Raise the alarm by attracting the attention of a passer by who should: o Contact the Switchboard Operator on x99 and security x3333. o Advise of the telephone extension number so that the line can be held open for trace purposes. 4. Complete as much as possible of the bomb threat checklist on the back of the page. 5. If asked to evacuate, follow procedures as above. BOMB THREAT CHECKLIST   BY TELEPHONE CALL – the telephone operator is to note and record as many details and to ask as many questions as is possible. Record same on this form as soon as possible. FROM ANOTHER SOURCE (POLICE, ETC) – this form is still to be used. Source of notification to be asked for as much as possible.
QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED WHEN IS IT SET TO EXPLODE? WHERE DID YOU PLACE IT? WHAT KIND OF BOMB IS IT? WHY ARE YOU DOING THIS? WHO ARE YOU? EXACT WORDS USED? OBSERVATION OF VOICE: SPEAKER WAS: AGE: SOBRIETY: SPEECH: ACCENT WAS: MESSAGE SOUNDED AS IF IT WAS BEING READ BY CALLER MESSAGE WAS TAPED: OTHER OBSERVATIONS ABOUT CALL: DID IT SPOUND LIKE A PUBLIC PHONE WAS BEING USED: Yes No BACKGROUND NOISES Music Children Talking Typing Traffic Harbour Other CALL RECEIVED BY: …………………………. At ………..am/pm CALL RECEIVED ON ORIGIN OF CALL OTHER INFORMATION YOU CAN ADD:
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Male Female Child Very Young Adolescent Adult Old Normal Intoxicated Drugged Normal Stammer Slurred Lisp Incoherent Well Spoken Abusive Irrational

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Aeroplanes

LINE NO…………… Bomber Police

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Emergency Response Procedures
1. ACT! 2. Send someone to reception – give details of casualty‟s condition. Reception Staff: Announce Code Blue over PA, give messenger the portable phone, Defibrillator and Oxygen bottle. 3. Pick up Defibrillator/Oxygen from cupboard at reception. 4. DR ABC 5. Danger – check for danger (to self & others) 6. Response – Ask casualty‟s name, gently squeeze shoulders a. No Response: Open mouth and look for foreign material b. Response: Make comfortable, monitor signs of life, give oxygen if required 7. Airway – check for obstructions c. No foreign material: Leave on back, open airway d. Foreign material in mouth: Recovery position, open and clear airway 8. Breathing – Check for breathing (look, listen, feel for breathing) e. NOT Breathing: i. Call 000 ii. Give 2 initial breaths iii. Check for signs of life f. Breathing: Place in recovery position, monitor signs of life 9. CPR – NO SIGNS OF LIFE (Unconscious, not breathing, not moving) g. Start CPR i. 30 compressions : 2 Breaths ii. Continue CPR (30:2) until help arrives or casualty recovers iii. Defibrillation/Oxygen (remove Oxygen before shock is administered) 10. If casualty regains consciousness place in recovery position and monitor 11. Fill in Accident / Incident Report Form if required contact Hayley or David.
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Code BLUE
A Code BLUE is the term given to an emergency situation within ECU Sports. Usually it means we have an unconscious casualty within the building or similar. 1. In a medical emergency, send someone to reception to announce over the PA: “Attention all staff, there is a Code BLUE in the ……………(Name the specified area – i.e. the sport hall) could all available staff please attend” 2. Give the attending staff member the portable phone, defibrillator and oxygen bottle to immediately attend the incident. 3. Reception to ring security (ext 3333) and notify them of the emergency. 4. Gym instructor or Reception staff to telephone for an ambulance (use cordless phone found at reception dial „0‟ to get out then „000‟) – Give clear directions as follows; o Travel along Central Ave turn into Stancliffe street o Turn right at round-a-bout onto Woodsome street o Explain we are the big colourful building on the corner of Woodsome and Learoyd streets, they can park outside. 5. Send a staff member (wear emergency jacket) to meet ambulance at round-a-bout (cnr Stancliffe & Woodsome streets) and guide the ambulance towards the front of the sports centre. 6. On arriving at the incident assist where possible by: o Clearing the area of further danger or onlookers o Helping with aiding the casualty

Fill out an Incident Report Form If required, phone relevant supervisor: Hayley (Admin), Kylie (Gym)

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Armed Hold-up Procedures
Survival is the first rule during an armed hold up. Protect yourself, not money or goods.
Follow the steps below during an armed hold up.  Stand still, keep your hands where they can be seen & avoid fast or sudden movements.  Do not use the telephone  Obey the robbers‟ instructions, do exactly as you are told.  Allow them to leave, (sooner is safer).  Remain calm & quiet and speak only when spoken to.  Avoid shouting & provoking the robber.  Be submissive & avoid direct eye contact with the robber. Observe the following details about the robber(s) only if you can while doing exactly as directed:  Height & weight  Clothing – including unusual marks, stains & tears  Age  Hair colour & eye colour  Identifying marks (scars & tattoos) & prominent or unusual features  Speech patterns, impediments  Type of weapon If safe to do so, observe the following details about the get-away car  License number  Make and model & colour  Year  Direction of travel After the Hold-up  Press the emergency “Duress Alarm” (situated under the counter near where all the files are kept)  Attend to any injured victims & call an ambulance if necessary.  Delegate a staff member to call both the police 000 and security on 3333 when it is safe.  Seal off the hold up area to avoid interference of possible evidence.  Ask witnesses to remain until police arrive & write a description ASAP.  When the emergency is over, phone Hayley on 0421 650 290 or David on 0417 985 385 and then fill out an incident report form.
ECU Sports Emergency Procedures – Mt Lawley As at April 2009 Issue 1