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					EMERGENCY EVACUATION PROCEDURE FOR STUDENTS


Discovery of a fire

If you discover a fire, you should:

    a) Raise the alarm by activating the nearest alarm break glass point.

    b) Start to evacuate the building immediately through the nearest fire exit

    c) Proceed to the fire assembly point for the building that you are in


On hearing a continuous alarm or on hearing another means of alarm


    a) You will be asked to prepare to evacuate the building by a member of staff
       DO NOT stop to collect personal belongings.

    b) Proceed to with your group to towards the nearest available fire exit.
       DO NOT USE THE LIFTS

    c) Be prepared to receive instructions on exit routes from Fire Marshals, who are
       identifiable by their yellow waistcoats.

    d) On reaching the final exit door, proceed to the Assembly Point for your
       building, (see attached assembly point plans) DO NOT wander off

    e) Ensure that exits do not become blocked by crowding

    f)   Remain at the Assembly Point until you have been told that it is safe to re-enter
         the building. This information must be given by the Fire Brigade in the first
         instance, and will be relayed by:-

              a. The Incident Controller ( wearing an orange waistcoat)
              b. A Fire Marshal ( wearing a yellow waistcoat)
              c. A member of Security or Building Services staff




Hopwood Hall College - Emergency Evacuation Procedure. Students - 2009
Hopwood Hall College - Emergency Evacuation Procedure. Students - 2009
Hopwood Hall College - Emergency Evacuation Procedure. Students - 2009