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					   INTACT PLACE

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
      MANUAL




                  Updated:
                  01 Dec 10
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Subject/Title:
                                                                                SECTION            1.00
                              TABLE OF CONTENTS
                                                                               Effective Date:
                                                                               23 Nov 09
Approving Authority:                                                           Revised:
                              Bentall Kennedy Security & Life Safety                   01 DEC 10
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                                   INTACT PLACE                                           1 OF 1

SECTION                                            CONTENT
1.00                                               Table of Contents
1.01                                               Forward
1.02                                               Facility Description
1.03                                               General Information
1.04                                               Emergency Phone Numbers
1.05                                               Workplace Violence
1.06.1                                             Earthquake
1.06.2                                             Tornados
1.06.3                                             Floods/Water Leaks
1.07                                               Fire Procedures
1.08                                               Evacuations
1.08.1                                             Evacuation Routes
1.09                                               Special Risk Personnel
1.10                                               Fire Drills
1.11                                               Floor Captain/Fire Warden Responsibilities & Duties
1.12                                               Bomb Threat Procedures
1.13                                               Chemical/Gas Spills
1.14                                               Pandemic Planning
1.15                                               Escalation of Security Posture
1.16                                               Typical Floor Drawings
        Subject/Title:
                                                                                   SECTION             1.01
                                       FORWARD                                     Effective Date:
                                                                                   23 Nov 09
        Approving Authority:          Manager, Bentall Kennedy Operations          Revised:
                                                                                           01 DEC 10
        Cross Reference:


        Department/Service/Program:                                                Page:
                                      INTACT PLACE                                            1 OF 1

The emergency response structure is based on an Incident Command System. The Incident Command System is
an international standard that is in place in most North American Cities. The system requires the formation of a
Life Safety Team (LST) and is based on the idea that one person (Incident Commander) is in charge of the actual
emergency and its response, while the associated emergency requirements are being managed by the Emergency
Director and the remainder of the LST. The Emergency Director manages the tasks resulting from the emergency
by coordinating the Operations (doers), Logistics (getters), planning (thinkers) and the Finance and
Administration (payers). This frees the Incident Commander to concentrate solely on bringing the emergency at
hand to a successful conclusion without having to be concerned with the ancillary aspects.

The system is scalable, in that the Incident Commander activates only those resources necessary to manage a
response. In dealing with a fire emergency, for example, the Incident Commander would activate only those
resources necessary to investigate/contain the fire (maintenance personnel) and evacuate the endangered
occupants (Fire Wardens) while the fire department is enroute.

The Emergency Director on the other hand would, on anticipation, arrange for insurance adjuster attendance,
assist with interim tenant accommodation, coordinate the requests for fire reclamation teams, contractors, site
security augmentation etc. through his various logistical arms.

While business resumption plans (BRPs) are a tenant responsibility, the Emergency Director will undoubtedly be
inundated with calls for assistance as tenants will want to retrieve business history from the damaged premises to
activate their BRPs.

It is intended that pertinent information be extracted from this manual and distributed to those persons who have
been assigned specific roles to play in a given incident i.e. Floor Captains and Fire Wardens would be passed
those sections which pertain to their duties, while Bentall Kennedy Management would receive those parts
associated with Business Resumption.

This manual is not designed to be picked up during an emergency and read by persons assigned various roles. It
is simply the focal or gathering point where all material, pertaining to Emergency Procedures is located.
Applicable sections are disseminated as necessary.
        Subject/Title:
                                                                                    SECTION             1.02
                                  FACILITY DESCRIPTION                              Effective Date:
                                                                                    23 Nov 09
        Approving Authority:                                                        Revised:
                                        BENTALL KENNEDY OPERATIONS                          01 DEC 10
        Cross Reference:
                                      Typical Floor Plans Section 1.16
        Department/Service/Program:                                                 Page:
                                            INTACT PLACE                                       1 OF 3

The INTACT PLACE is a 19 Story Twin Tower office complex constructed in 1979 and is managed by Bentall
Kennedy.

The tower is located on the North West Corner of 6th Avenue SW and 2nd Street SW.

There are 2 below ground parking levels.

The facility is principally constructed of reinforced concrete, steel and glass. Interior rooms are primarily
constructed of drywall on top of metal studs with T-bar drop ceilings with demountable partitions, carpet, tile and
vinyl floor coverings.

The building has a designated CENTRAL ALARM CONTROL FACILITY (Fire Panel Room) located on the
Ground floor. Response to any emergency may be coordinated by the Emergency Management Team from this
location providing the area is still safe.

                                                     FIRE ALARM SYSTEM
The building has an Edwards Systems Technology Fireworks, two stage supervised fire alarm system, equipped
with a central alarm and control facility. The fire alarm panel and central alarm and control facility are located
within the Fire Panel Room.

The fire alarm has the following features incorporated within the system:
       Automatic detection;
       Zone indication;
       Manual activation;
       Sprinkler flow detection;
       Communications interface; and
       Manual second stage activation.


       Each Floor within the towers contains the following equipment:

      Multiple pull stations, located adjacent to the stairwell exits;
      Multiple alarm signal appliances;
   Multiple automatic detectors;
   Multiple public address speakers; and
   Emergency Telephones located in the Elevator Lobbies,

    Because the fire alarm system is supervised, any abnormalities will cause a trouble in the system and a
    trouble alarm on the main panel will sound. The panel is monitored by Bentall Kennedy Security, Bentall
    Kennedy Operations and an outside monitoring company.

    The system uses self contained batteries and the emergency generator for emergency backup power.


    EXIT SYSTEM
    There are four internal Emergency Exit Stairwells within Intact Place, 2 in the West Tower and 2 in the
    East Tower, which egress at ground level of the building. There are multiple ground level exit doors.

    Floors are numbered inside the stairwells. The 5th, 9th, 15th floors have been designated as crossover
    floors, in that, access can be gained from one stairwell to another on these floors. Luminous arrows and
    stair tread markers are installed in the stairwells to provide visual assistance in the event of emergency
    light failure.

    Each exit door is clearly marked by an exit sign above the doorway with a smaller luminous exit sign near
    the bottom. The purpose of the lower sign is to identify the exit in the event smoke obscures the sign
    above the doorway. The locations of the stairwells, fire phones and pull stations are clearly marked on the
    attached floor plans. All magnetically locked security doors will unlock automatically upon activation of
    the fire alarm system. Remember that doors with electric strikes still must be opened by turning the door
    knob.

    After building occupants evacuate the building, they are required to proceed to the assembly areas located
    at First Canadian Place for those exiting the West Tower and in Bow Valley Square for those exiting the
    East Tower.



    COMMUNICATIONS
    There is a voice paging system contained within the Life Safety panel that is capable of addressing all
    areas of the building to include the elevator lobbies, stairwells and parkade. Floors may be addressed
    either individually or as a group.

    The alarm signals are silenced by keying the microphone so that occupants are able to hear the
    announcements being made over the Public Address System.

    All fire or evacuation related emergencies are pre-scripted and are given every two minutes in conjunction
    with the fire alarm signals.
The messages are as follows:

                                         Voice Message #1 (Alert)
May I have your attention please, May I have your attention please. We have registered an alarm within
the building. Please standby for further instructions.

                                Voice Message #2 (Partial Evacuation)
May I have your attention please, May I have your attention please. We have received an alarm from
Floor_____. Floors ____, _____and _____, please move to Floor_____. All remaining floors standby for
further instructions.

                                     Voice Message #3 (Full Evacuation)
May I have your attention please, May I have your attention please. We have received a building
evacuation alarm. All personnel, on all floors, must leave the building now. All Floor Captains check in
at the security desk after your entire floor has vacated the building.

                                     Voice Message #4 (All Clear)
May I have your attention please, May I have your attention please, The alarm in the building has been
investigated and cleared by emergency services. Please resume your normal activities.

                                        Voice Message #5 (Test)
May I have your attention please, May I have your attention please, This is a test. The fire alarm system is
being tested. Please disregard alarm signals at this time.

EMERGENCY TELEPHONES

There are emergency telephones located in each elevator lobby on each floor of the Tower. These phones
provide two way communications between the caller and the Fire Panel Room. The emergency
telephones operate on a “party line” system, that being that should multiple calls be received at one time,
they are cued in the order received. Emergency team members then answer the calls by scrolling to the
next call in line. Stay on the line until your call is answered. DO NOT hang up
 Subject/Title:
                                                                           SECTION             1.03
                               GENERAL INFORMATION
                                                                           Effective Date:
                                                                           23 Nov 09
 Approving Authority:                                                      Revised:
                                 Bentall Kennedy Security & Life Safety            01 DEC 10
 Cross Reference:


 Department/Service/Program:                                               Page:
                                    INTACT PLACE                                      1 OF 1

Effective procedures are essential to cope with such emergency conditions as listed below:

     1) Fire;

     2) Bomb Threats;

     3) Major disasters such as High Winds, Floods and Earthquakes;

     4) Illnesses, Injuries, Life Threatening Events and Deaths;

     5) Power Failures; and

     6) Business Resumption Plans

All Bentall Kennedy Operations and Security Staff are expected to have a good general knowledge of
these emergency procedures.

Contract Security Personnel, in addition to continual study of this manual, will conduct scheduled
inspections of emergency equipment to ensure its functionality.

Floor Captains & Fire Wardens will be responsible for the development and maintenance of an effective
evacuation plan for their specific areas by continued review and recording information on all incidents,
potential hazards, reconfigurations of their work space and by maintaining a listings of the names and
work spaces for those staff members who require assistance during evacuation due to special needs.

These reviews are to be passed to the Manager, Bentall Kennedy Security and Life Safety after review by
Tenant Management.

Floor Captains and Fire Wardens must have knowledge of the facility washroom locations, store rooms,
pull stations, fire extinguishers, first aid kits and evacuation routes.
 Subject/Title:
                                                                           SECTION             1.04
                  EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS                              Effective Date:
                                                                           23 Nov 09
 Approving Authority:                                                      Revised:
                                Bentall Kennedy Security and Life Safety           01 DEC 10
 Cross Reference:


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                                    INTACT PLACE                                      1 OF 3


In the event of an emergency within Intact Place, call the Security Control Desk at 403-218-7733
Further assistance can be summoned by calling those entities noted on the following list:

FIRE                           9-9-1-1

POLICE                         9-9-1-1

AMBULANCE                      9-9-1-1

BENTALL KENNEDY SECURITY 403-218-7733

In all cases Security must be advised of an emergency as soon as possible as their assistance will be
required in coordinating the arrival of the emergency crews, securing elevators and escorting them to the
applicable area.



CRITICAL INFORMATION – CONTACTS


FIRE…………………………………………………………………………….….9-9-1-1
Non Emergency……………..……………………………..…………. …………233-2210
Fire Dept - Hazardous Materials…………………………………………………287-4268
Fire Dept - Disaster Services……………………………………………………..287-4245
Dangerous Goods………………………………………………………….1-800-272-9600

POLICE …………….……………………………………………………………..9-9-1-1
     Non Emergency…………………………………………………………....266-1234
R.C.M.P. - Calgary Detachment……….…………………………………………230-6483


MEDICAL
Paramedic/Ambulance……….……………………………………………………..9-9-1-1
Ambulance - Non-Emergency……………………………………………………261-4000
Hospital    - Peter Lougheed ……………………………………………………291-8555
Hospital    - Foothills……………………………………………………………670-1110
Hospital    - Rockyview…………………………………………………………541-3000
Hospital    - Children’s………………………………………………………….229-7211
Hospital Services - Home Care…………………………………………………..228-7480
Poison Control……………………………………………………………………944-1414

Emergency Support Services

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
ENMAX - Trouble Calls………………………………………………………...268-2822
ENMAX - Power Quality………………………………………………………..268-2921
ENMAX - Business Office………………………………………………………268-2923

NATURAL GAS
ATCO– Emergency……………………………...……………………………….245-7222
ATCO – Switchboard………………………………………..…………………...245-7110
ATCO – Operations……………………………………………………..……….219-8600

CITY OF CALGARY
Disaster Services (Business hrs)…………………………………………………221-4505
Transit – Information……………………………………………………………262-1000
Sewers – Emergency…………………………………………………………….268-4910
Water Works – Emergency……………………………………………………...268-4355


Emergency Service Companies
Fire Alarm Monitoring Station………………………………………...…(ADT) 263-7017
Fire Alarm Service…………………………………………………....(Edwards) 252-5121
Sprinkler Service…………………………………………………...….(DT Fire) 650-1250
Fire Suppression System Service…………………………….(Recharge Centre) 258-1141
Emergency Generator Service………………………………………....(Finning) 516-2858
Fire Extinguisher Service…………………………………….(Recharge Centre) 258-1141
Elevator Service……………………………………………………..(Otis)1-800-233-6847
HVAC Controls………….…………………………………………....(Siemens) 259-3404
Security System……………………………………………………….(Siemens) 259-3404
Chiller Mechanics…………………………………………………….….(Trane) 301-0090
Glass…………………………………………………………………….(Alpine) 291-2205



RADIO STATIONS
AM 1140                  -   652-2472
CBC                      -   521-6000
CFAC 960                 -   246-9696
66 CFR                   -   291-0000
LITE 96                  -   246-9696
CJAY 92                  -   240-5850
AM 1060              -   240-5800
COUNTRY 105          -   716-2105
KISS FM              -   291-9695
POWER 107            -   264-0107
Q 91                 -   264-6798
QR 77                -   233-0770

TELEVISION STATIONS
Calgary 7            -   235-7777
CFCN TV              -   240-5600
CBC                  -   521-6000
A CHANNEL           -    508-2222

TAXI COMPANIES
Associated           -   299-1111
Checker              -   299-9999
Co-op                -   531-8294
Mayfair              -   255-6555
Prestige             -   730-9999
Yellow               -   974-1111
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                                                                               SECTION             1.05
                               WORKPLACE VIOLENCE
                                                                               Effective Date:
                                                                               23 Nov 09
 Approving Authority             Bentall Kennedy Property Management           Revised:
                                                                                       01 DEC 10
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                                   INTACT PLACE                                           1 OF 2
Instructions to occupants

In the event of a workplace violence situation at the INTACT PLACE, occupants shall react in the
following manner:

      1) Get to a safe place (hide). Stay under cover. (Identify safe places in your work area before an
         emergency occurs.)

      2) If time and safety permits, call 9-9-1-1 and Bentall Kennedy Security at 403-218-7733

      3) Give the exact location, and floor at the INTACT PLACE. Our address is 311/321 6th Ave. SW
         Ensure you also provide the correct floor number and location on that floor.

      4) Stay on the line with the dispatcher, safety permitting and if so instructed.

      5) Stay in place and if safety permits warn all others in the area of the situation.

      6) Listen for announcements.

      7) Remain hidden until police arrive and have resolved the situation. Follow their instructions.

Note: DO NOT consider it embarrassing to inform your supervisor or manager of a
      potential Workplace Violence Situation that you personally may become subject to,
       be it from a personal conflict, or from a disgruntled staff member
LIFE SAFETY TEAM – WORKPLACE VIOLENCE- RESPONSE -PROCEDURES

When dealing with a violent intruder or occupant, the police shall be notified immediately by dialing 9-9-
1-1. If the intruder or occupant has a weapon, clear the immediate area of all occupants. If the intruder or
occupant is unarmed and is displaying violent behavior prior to the police arriving, the Incident
Commander shall be in charge of directing personnel to intervene to terminate the violent behavior.

If directed to intervene, observe the following general guidelines:

   1) Clear the area of non-essential occupants;
   2) Allow the acutely agitated individual space that is five times greater than that for an individual
       who is control, (leave about 12’ or 4m)
   3) Use touch only if you know the person well and they do not withdraw from your touch;
   4) Convey empathy by acknowledging the individual’s feelings (e.g. “You look frightened”). Make
       eye contact but do not glare. Look friendly, your mood is contagious. If the person is shouting
       reply in a soft voice, this will induce the subject to lower his voice.
   5) Never approach a violent individual alone or approach unexpectedly from behind.
   6) The presence of three to four staff members may be enough to reassure the person that you will not
       let him lose control.
   7) Give simple, positive directions (e.g. “Stop”). Repeat the phrase over with a calm, slow voice
       pattern.
   8) Give the individual control by offering him alternatives (i.e. Walking or talking). Do not block his
       escape route from the floor and/or building. It is better to move the confrontation outside where
       there is less chance of injury.
   9) Set limits for the person. (You cannot go in that room.)
   10) If assault is imminent, quick coordinated action is essential. Do Not “plant” your feet, stay on your
       toes, so you can move out of the way quickly.
   11) Approach the individual in a calm, self-assured manner so as not to communicate your anxiety or
       fear. Maintain a calm flexible attitude.
   12) Attempt to calm the person without risking bodily harm to yourself.
   13) Ensure protection for yourself and those with you. (have an escape route planned)
   14) Utilize restraint, if indicated. Do Not try to throw punches. Grab the person and pull them to the
       floor, have others “pile on”.

   Note: Defusing violent behavior is accomplished more easily by talking in a low
   confident voice than by offering return violence. Give the person “a way out”.
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                                                                                SECTION           1.06.1
              NATURAL DISASTERS - EARTHQUAKES                                   Effective Date:
                                                                                23 Nov 09
 Approving Authority:                                                           Revised:
                               Bentall Kennedy Security and Life Safety                 01 DEC 10
 Cross Reference:


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                                   INTACT PLACE                                            1 OF 3
Earthquake Procedures
Instructions to occupants

In the event of an earthquake being experienced at INTACT PLACE, occupants should react in the
following manner:

     During the shaking DROP - COVER – HOLD. Protect yourself by dropping to the floor and taking
     cover under a desk, sturdy table or other piece of furniture. Hold on to whatever you are under. If
     taking cover under a sturdy piece of furniture is not possible, get into a corner and face outwards. Sit
     on the floor, bend your head forward, bringing your knees and hands up to protect yourself. Stay away
     (and face away) from windows. (Do not stand in a doorway because you are more exposed to flying
     debris). Stay away from anything that can shatter or fall on you. If possible, predetermine a safe
     location in which to take cover prior to an earthquake;

     Do not leave cover until the shaking has completely stopped;

     After a major shock the tenant Floor Wardens or the Incident Commander will direct you when and
     where to evacuate (normally to the lowest safe floor in the complex). Remember, additional shocks or
     tremors may occur;

     Proceed to the designated assembly area on the lowest safe floor unless full building evacuation is
     required then evacuate as directed by either your Floor Captain or by direction of the Public Address
     System;

     If fire occurs, activate the nearest fire alarm pull station and follow the procedures outlined in the Fire
     Procedures portion of this manual. Again, you evacuate to the next lowest cross-over floor unless
     directed to totally evacuate the building;

      If forced out of the building by fire or other hazardous event, try to remain calm. DO NOT run
      outdoors, watch for falling debris and electrical wires when leaving the centre;

      If qualified, render first aid and assistance to those in need. If not, assist those rendering first aid.
      Report any missing persons to the Floor Captain. They will relay the information to the appropriate
      authority; and

      Telephones are to be reserved for emergency use only.
LIFE SAFETY TEAM – EARTHQUAKE RESPONSE PROCEDURES

In the event of an earthquake, the Building LST members shall immediately:

    During the shaking DROP - COVER – HOLD. Protect yourself by dropping to the floor and taking
    cover under a desk, sturdy table or other piece of furniture. Hold on to whatever you are under. If
    taking cover under a sturdy piece of furniture is not possible, get into a corner and face outwards. Sit
    on the floor, bend your head forward, bringing your knees and hands up to protect yourself. Stay
    away (and face away) from windows. (Do not stand in a doorway as you are more exposed to flying
    debris). Stay away from anything that can shatter or fall on you;

    Respond to the Fire Panel Room and check in with the Incident Commander;

    Respond as directed by either the Incident Commander, or Manager Operations to address critical
    systems. These may include:

          a.      Natural gas lines checked and gas valves shut off:
          b.      Stairwells to ensure safe evacuation of tenants;
          c.      Elevators to ensure no one is trapped inside. Initiate rescue of trapped occupants as
                  soon as possible in case a fire breaks out as a secondary event. Trapped tenants will
                  have to be rescued from the floor above where the elevator has stopped, via the ceiling
                  hatch, in the event the car is stopped between floors;
          d.      Emergency generator if the power is out and no emergency lights are on;
          e.      Automatic sprinkler systems to ensure they have water pressure;
          f.      If power to the Centre has been interrupted, disconnect the main power feed at the main
                  switch until the circuits can be inspected for ground fault shorts; and
          g.      If major damage has occurred, shut down the domestic water feed until water pipes can
                  be inspected.

    Ascertain the existence of structural damage to the building by performing a rapid visual assessment,
    beginning with the exterior and moving to the interior, if safe to do so. If there is substantial
    structural damage, then advise the Incident Commander and barricade the area off;

    If the Incident Commander informs you of injuries, respond to the injured person(s) and assist in the
    rendering of first aid, concentrating on life-threatening conditions such as stopped breathing, bleeding
    or unconsciousness;

    If there is structural failure with the possibility of trapped people, and if the Fire Department is not
    on the scene, initiate the following procedures in teams of at least two persons:

                   i.   Take a few minutes to conduct site reconnaissance, and then deal with surface
                        casualties;
                  ii.   Search for casualties on the fringes of the damaged area. Locate, render first aid,
                        and then remove lightly trapped casualties. Maintain contact with those people
                        who can been seen or heard but not reached at this time;
                 iii.   Call and listen as you explore likely survival points and rescue all persons that
                        can be seen or heard from within the ruins.
                       Take time to render first aid before moving, unless they are in immediate danger
                       from falling debris or further structural collapse due to after-shocks;
                 iv.   Continue exploring the ruins and selectively remove debris from the locations
                       where survivors are most likely to be found; and
                  v.   Strip debris from selected areas until all supposed casualties are accounted for.
                       This may include the removal of body parts and the dead. Identify areas with the
                       building that you have searched with paint, flags or anything that is easily visible.
                        Also mark areas where you suspect bodies may be located.

     Always keep the Incident Commander informed regarding your findings, if possible pass names of
     both survivors and the dead (if known) as soon as possible. This aids in the process of accounting
     for known victims.

Note: Never enter dangerous areas alone. Always ensure that another member of your
search team is with you and that others know where you are going
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                                                                                SECTION           1.06.2
 NATURAL DISASTERS - TORNADOS                                                   Effective Date:
                                                                                23 Nov 09
 Approving Authority:                                                           Revised:
                               Bentall Kennedy Security and Life Safety                 01 DEC 10
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                                   INTACT PLACE                                            1 OF 3
Instructions to occupants

In the event of a Tornado being experienced at INTACT PLACE, occupants shall react in the following
manner:

        1) If prior warning of a tornado is made, the safest place to go is inside a stairwell or on the lowest
            floor of the building. DO NOT go outside.
        2) If you cannot get to a stairwell, DROP - COVER – HOLD. Protect yourself by dropping to the
            floor and taking cover under a desk, sturdy table or other piece of furniture. Hold on to
            whatever you are under. If taking cover under a sturdy piece of furniture is not possible, get into
            a corner and face outwards. Sit on the floor, bend your head forward, bringing your knees and
            hands up to protect yourself. Stay away (and face away) from windows. (Do not stand in a
            doorway because you are more exposed to flying debris). Stay away from anything that can
            shatter or fall on you. If possible, predetermine a safe location in which to take cover prior to a
            tornado;
        3) Do not leave cover until the tornado has completely passed;
        4) After the tornado has passed, the Floor Captains or the Incident Commander will direct you
            when and where to evacuate (normally to the lowest safe floor in the complex);
        5) Proceed to the designated assembly area on the lowest safe floor unless full building evacuation
            is required then evacuate as directed by either your Floor Captain or by direction of the Public
            Address System;
        6) If fire occurs, activate the nearest fire alarm pull station and follow the procedures outlined in the
            Fire Procedures portion of this manual. Again, you evacuate to the next lowest cross-over floor
            unless directed to totally evacuate the building;
        7) If forced out of the building by fire or other hazardous event, try to remain calm. DO NOT run
            outdoors, watch for falling and flying debris as well as downed electrical wires when leaving the
            centre;
        8) If qualified, render first aid and assistance to those in need. If not, assist those rendering first
            aid.
        9) Report any missing persons to the Floor Captain. They will relay the information to the
            appropriate authority; and
        10) Telephones are to be reserved for emergency use only.
LIFE SAFETY TEAM – TORNADO RESPONSE PROCEDURES

In the event of a Tornado Watch, the Building LST members shall immediately:

   1) Put on foul weather clothing and proceed to the Fire Panel Room, to obtain a portable radio (if you
      do not already have one). Then proceed to the highest occupied floor with a view to the
      Southwest. (A Tornado is most likely to approach from the Southwest). (One team member will
      be detailed to view the remaining directions). DO NOT go onto the roof as tornados produce
      strong winds and you may be blown off the roof.

   2) Scan the horizon for evidence of a funnel cloud.

   3) Monitor your radio and keep the Incident Commander informed of your status.

   4) If the Watch is upgraded to a Warning or if you spot a funnel cloud, advise the Incident
      Commander and proceed to the nearest exit stairwell, where you will sit on a step and hold onto
      the railing, or proceed to the lowest possible floor and take cover.

   5) After the tornado has passed, respond to the Fire Panel Room and report to the Incident
      Commander.

   6) Respond as directed by the Incident Commander or Manager Operations. To address critical
      systems. These may include:

          h.      Natural gas lines checked and gas valves shut off:
          i.      Stairwells to ensure safe evacuation of tenants;
          j.      Elevators to ensure no one is trapped inside. Initiate rescue of trapped occupants as
                  soon as possible in case a fire breaks out as a secondary event. Trapped tenants will
                  have to be rescued from the floor above where the elevator has stopped, via the ceiling
                  hatch, if the car is stopped between floors;
          k.      Emergency generator if the power is out and no emergency lights are on;
          l.      Automatic sprinkler systems to ensure they have water pressure;
          m.      If power to the Centre has been interrupted, disconnect the main power feed at the main
                  switch until the circuits can be inspected for ground fault shorts; and
          g.      If major damage has occurred, shut down the domestic water feed until water
                 pipes can be inspected.
   7) Ascertain the existence of structural damage to the building by performing a rapid visual
      assessment, beginning with the exterior and moving to the interior, if safe to do so. If there is
      substantial structural damage, advise the Incident Commander and barricade the area off;

   8) If the Incident Commander informs you of injuries, respond to the injured person(s) and assist in
   the rendering of first aid, concentrating on life-threatening conditions such as stopped breathing,
   bleeding or unconsciousness;

   9) If there is structural failure with the possibility of trapped people, and if the Fire Department is not
    on the scene, initiate the following procedures in teams of at least two persons:
                     i.  Take a few minutes to conduct site reconnaissance, and then deal with surface
                         casualties;
                 ii.   Search for casualties on the fringes of the damaged area. Locate, render first aid,
                       and then remove lightly trapped casualties. Maintain contact with those people
                       who can been seen or heard but not reached at this time;
                iii.   Call and listen as you explore likely survival points and rescue all persons that
                       can be seen or heard from within the ruins.
                       Take time to render first aid before moving, unless they are in immediate danger
                       from falling debris or further structural collapse due to after-shocks;
                iv.    Continue exploring the ruins and selectively remove debris from the locations
                       where survivors are most likely to be found; and
                 v.    Strip debris from selected areas until all supposed casualties re accounted for.
                       This may include the removal of body parts and the dead. Identify areas with the
                       building that you have searched with paint, flags or anything that is easily visible.
                        Also mark areas where you suspect bodies may be located.

       10) Always keep the Incident Commander informed regarding your findings, if possible
           pass names of both survivors and the dead (if known) as soon as possible. This aids
           in the process of accounting for known victims.

Note: Never enter dangerous areas alone. Always ensure that another member of your
search team is with you and that others know where you are going
 Subject/Title:
                                                                                     SECTION           1.06.3
                        Flooding/Water Leak Procedures                               Effective Date:
                                                                                     23 Nov 09
 Approving Authority:                                                                Revised:
                                      Bentall Kennedy Operations                             01 DEC 10
 Cross Reference:
      Evacuations and Evacuation Routes Sections 1.09 and 1.09.1
 Department/Service/Program:                                                         Page:
                                    INTACT PLACE                                                1 OF 1
Instructions to occupants

In the event of burst pipes or clogged drains that cause flooding or water leakage at INTACT PLACE,
occupants shall react in the following manner:

     1)           Call Bentall Kennedy Security at 403-218-7733 and advise them of the exact location and
                  severity of the leak. They will dispatch building maintenance to the location;

     2)           If there are electrical appliances or outlets near the leak, there may be the potential hazard of
                  electrical shock. If there is any possible danger, evacuate the area immediately. DO NOT
                  attempt to unplug or turn off the equipment;

     3)           If you know the source of a water leak, are confident you can stop it by turning off a valve or
                  unclogging a drain, and there is no danger to yourself or others, do so;

     4)           Be prepared to assist in protecting property, records and equipment as requested by your
                  management team; and

     5)           If the overhead sprinkler system activates, evacuate the area immediately.
 Subject/Title:
                                                                                    SECTION             1.07
                  FIRE - EMERGENCY PROCEDURES                                       Effective Date:
                                                                                    23 Nov 09
 Approving Authority    Bentall Kennedy Security and Life Safety                    Revised:
                                                                                            01 DEC 10
 Cross Reference:
  Evacuations and Evacuation routes Sections 1.08, 1.08.1 and 1.16
 Department/Service/Program:                                                        Page:
                                  INTACT PLACE                                                 1 OF 4

Persons Discovering Smoke and/or Fire, shall:
   - leave the danger area, closing doors behind you;
   - Activate the nearest manual fire alarm pull station;
   - Telephone the Security Desk at 403-218-7733 giving the exact location and brief details of the
       fire:
   - Contact the Floor Captain and/or Fire Warden and direct them to the location of the emergency;
       and
   - IF the fire is small (waste can size) and WITHOUT personal risk, attempt to extinguish the fire.

                                                  WARNING
                                             Never Fight Fire Alone
                                Only use Equipment if comfortable and/or trained
                                         Only use One Fire Extinguisher
                                  (if you need more than one the fire is too big)

If the fire is too large to extinguish, try to confine it by closing all doors, assist others in the area to the nearest
exit stairwell (Go Down).

If smoke is present, drop to your hands and knees and crawl to the nearest fire exit. Luminescent exit signs
are located near the bottoms of the fire exit doors to assist you in locating them. Learn your floor, and preplan
your possible escape routes. This will assist in keeping you from becoming disoriented.

Follow the Fire Wardens’ directions and listen for directions from the Public Address System regarding the
use of Cross Over Floors.

In the event of evacuation, walk in single file to the nearest Fire Exit. Use the Handrails in the stairwell and
remove any footwear that will be hazardous in the stairwell (High Heels, flip-flops etc) Keep talking to a
minimum in order to hear directions from either the Fire Warden or Public Address System. Do Not crowd or
pass the person in front of you. This may cause them to stumble and fall thus impeding the evacuation.

                                                      NOTE:
                         Once a fire alarm device has been activated the Fire Department
                                 Will automatically be dispatched to the building.
                         Bentall Kennedy Security will also place a telephone call to 9-1-1
STAGE 1 ALERT ALARM

  1) An Alert Alarm (Rapid series of horn blasts) will sound upon activation of a fire alarm device.

  2) Security will immediately call the Emergency Services at 9-1-1 to confirm the building alarm.
     Security and Maintenance will then be dispatched to investigate the cause of the alarm

  3) Security personnel will make scripted P.A. System announcements detailing the alert stage
     procedures. These announcements will continue until the cause of the alarm has been determined.

  4) All elevators will automatically return to ground level and cease to function. The elevators will be
     under the control of the Fire Department for their use in assessing the fire and evacuating those
     occupants who require assistance.

  5) Floor Captains and Fire Wardens are to put on their Identification Vests retrieve their Flash Lights
     and prepare their areas to evacuate if required.

  6) Individuals wanting to leave the building (by utilizing the stairwell) during this stage are permitted
     to do so.

  7) Once the alarm has been investigated and the cause has been determined, P.A. System announcements
     will be made indicating further instructions.

STAGE 2 EVACUATION ALARM

  An Evacuation Alarm (Steady drawn horn blasts) will sound this is the signal to evacuate.

  Stop all machinery, processing equipment and PCs.

  Clear the phone lines immediately. If you are on the telephone with a customer or client, explain the
  situation and clear the line.


  Floor Captains and Fire Wardens will ensure all personnel clear their areas and proceed out via the nearest
  emergency exit as quickly as possible. The Senior Fire Department Officer or Building General
  Manager will issue all orders pertaining to the evacuation. These will be relayed through the P.A.
  Announcements.

 It will be the responsibility of one Fire Warden to lead his/her group in an orderly manner to join the
 flow of other people evacuating their level. The Floor Captain and remaining Fire Wardens will search
 all areas including washrooms, making sure that individuals are not left behind. All doors must be
 closed after checking to prevent further smoke/fire damage and to indicate the floor/area is clear.


 All persons evacuating the building will assemble in the designated areas, being First Canadian
 Centre for those in the West Tower and Bow Valley Square for those in the East Tower. A head
 count will be taken by Floor Captains and/or Fire Wardens. Individuals should not leave the assembly
 areas unless directed by the Fire Wardens. To do so may inadvertently lead to the person being
  erroneously listed as missing.


  Once the building has been evacuated, the Floor Captain will report to either Bentall Kennedy Security
  or other designated person(s) in the Central Lobby of Intact Place indicating that their area has been
  cleared. In the event the building must be totally evacuated, a member of the Bentall Kennedy Security
  Team will proceed to the muster points to gather the required information from the Floor Captains or
  their Wardens.


  An “all clear” announcement will be given by Bentall Kennedy Security once it has been determined
  safe to re-enter the building. This will be relayed via a Loud Hailer Announcement at the muster
  points.

LIFE SAFETY TEAM – FIRE RESPONSE PROCEDURES

At the sound of a fire alarm, or upon being informed of a fire, the Building LST members shall
immediately:

   1) Contact the Incident Commander or alternatively the Security Desk via portable radio, land line,
      cell phone or in person and ascertain the zone of the emergency;

   2) Proceed to the floor of the emergency. If using the elevators, go to the floor below the floor in
      alarm, then use the stairwells to access the floor in alarm. Once on the floor in alarm, verify that a
      fire condition does indeed exist. Communicate with the Incident Commander giving the details of
      your findings. Keep the Incident Commander informed AT ALL TIMES;

   3) If a fire exists and you are not endangering yourself, assist in attempting to contain it (Providing
      you have been trained on that equipment and the fire is no larger than a waste paper basket);

   4) If you cannot control the fire, or if the smoke is too thick for you to remain in the area, close the
      doors behind you and move down to the next cross over floor. Inform the Incident Commander of
      the fire’s progression and/or any special problems, such as trapped or physically disabled persons,
      via the Emergency Phones or via your portable radio, or alternatively in person. Follow the
      instructions of the Incident Commander;

   5) If you arrive in the zone of the emergency and there are no visible signs of fire or smoke, do a
      complete search of the floor with the assistance of a Tenant Floor Captain (if the floor has not been
      evacuated). Check the following:

           a)   all washrooms;
           b)   mechanical rooms;
           c)   offices; and
           d)   above drop or false ceilings; and

   6) Report your findings to the Incident Commander via the Emergency Phones
      located in the Elevator Lobbies.
     Note: Be aware that the ionization of fire gases during a fire can interfere with radio
           transmissions. All calls will be acknowledged to confirm their receipt


 Subject/Title:
                                                                             SECTION             1.08
                                EVACUATIONS                                  Effective Date:
                                                                             23 Nov 09
 Approving Authority:                                                        Revised:
                               Bentall Kennedy Building Management                   01 DEC 10
 Cross Reference:
            Building – Evacuation Routes Section 1.08.1 and 1.16
 Department/Service/Program:                                                 Page:
                                  INTACT PLACE                                          1 OF 2

Evacuations are divided into two categories, General which involves the evacuation of Everyone in the
Building and Partial which only involves Selected Floors.

General Evacuation
In the event of a Total Building or General Evacuation, (due to excessive fire, bomb threat or other major
emergency), a second stage, evacuation alarm will be sounded throughout the building.

To prevent confusion as to whether it is a General or Partial Evacuation, the following Public Address
Announcements will be made stating:

Your Attention Please
                             We have received a Building Evacuation Alarm
                         All Personnel on All floors must leave the building Now.
          Floor Captains check in at the Security Desk after the floor has evacuated the building.

                  *********************************************************************



Partial Evacuations
When only a Portion of the building is effected by an emergency, only persons on the Involved Floors will be
moved. Additionally, the floors immediately above and below, the effected floor{s} will also be instructed to
move.

To preclude confusion a Public Address Announcements will be made stating:

                                              Your attention Please,
                              We have received an alarm from Floor ______, Floors
                           _______, ________, _______, move DOWN to cross over Floor
                            ________. All other floors standby for further instructions.

         *********************************************************************
During any form of emergency, anyone who wishes to leave the building may do so. To ask them to stay
will in all probability instill a sense of panic in the individual. They should be escorted to the nearest
stairwell and instructed to WALK down the stairs and be reminded that they are safe and not to rush.

During Evacuations, the Floor Captain will take charge of their assigned floors to ensure all personnel are
evacuating. If there are SRP that require assistance the Floor Captain is to contact the Fire Panel Room on the
Fire Phone to request assistance. Bentall Kennedy Maintenance or the Fire Department will handle any
evacuations by elevator.

The Floor Captain will report to the Security Desk on the Main Level after his/her entire floor has vacated.
 Subject/Title:
                                                                             SECTION           1.08.1
                               EVACUATION ROUTES                             Effective Date:
                                                                             23 Nov 09
 Approving Authority:                                                        Revised:
                          Pending Bentall Kennedy Management Approval                01 DEC 10
 Cross Reference:
                         Evacuations Section 1.08 and 1.16
 Department/Service/Program:                                                 Page:
                                   INTACT PLACE                                         1 OF 1

EVACUATION ROUTES

During an evacuation from the building, individuals are to use one of the Emergency Fire Exits located
at the North and South ends of the elevator banks on each floor. Exiting is to be performed in a safe
orderly manner, down and out to the designated assembly area.

IMPORTANT when using the stairwell in an emergency situation, always walk, DO NOT RUN.
Always proceed down, DO NOT go up.

WEST TOWER
If exiting the building via any of the West Tower Exits go to the Courtyard in front of First Canadian
Centre located beside Intact Place on 6th Avenue SW.

EAST TOWER
If exiting via any of the East Tower exits, proceed to BOW VALLEY SQUARE which is located Diagonal
to Intact Place across 2nd Street SW.

Crossover Floors
Crossover floors have unobstructed access between the stairwell exits on opposite sides of the building.
All crossover floors are clearly marked on the stairwell side of the stairwell doors. Crossover floors are
also designated as SAFE FLOORS in the event of an emergency. Crossover floors are designed to
permit evacuees to move from one stairwell to another, should the one they are using be damaged or
otherwise unusable.

Following are the crossover floors in BOTH Tower of INTACT PLACE:

5                              9                15



NOTE: The +15 system is not and can not be used as an evacuation route during an emergency
 Subject/Title:
                                                                              SECTION             1.09
                     SPECIAL RISK PERSONNEL (SRP)                             Effective Date:
                                                                              23 Nov 09
 Approving Authority:                                                         Revised:
                               Bentall Kennedy Security and Life Safety               01 DEC 10
 Cross Reference:
                    Building – Evacuation Section 1.08 and 1.16
 Department/Service/Program:                                                  Page:
                                   INTACT PLACE                                          1 OF 1

Any person who is unable to use the stairwells in the event of an evacuation is considered to be “Special
Risk Personnel (SRP)”. These persons may be temporarily disabled due to a broken limb or other
medical condition such as pregnancy, or be permanently disabled due to a bad heart or existing physical
condition. An envelope with the list of the SRP is taped to the inside of the emergency panel in the Fire
Panel Room. It is the responsibility of the Floor Captain/Warden to be aware of any SRP in their area.

In the event of an actual alarm or fire drill, the envelope will be opened by Bentall Kennedy Security, and:

The fire department and building management will determine areas which could require SRP assistance;

The Floor Captain/Fire Warden will ask someone to assist the SRP to the passenger elevator lobby (as
long as it safe to do so) and await further instructions. If the elevator lobby is unsafe, take the SRP to the
nearest stairwell landing and await further instructions;

The Floor Captain/Fire Warden is to contact the Fire Panel Room by use of the Fire Phone to advise that
an SRP has been left on their floor; and

The Fire Department will make the decision to further relocate the person if required. In the event an
evacuation is required, Fire Department Personnel will orchestrate the move. In certain instances, the Fire
Department may, on evaluation of the situation, determine that it is safer to leave the SRP on the floor

Collapsed Personnel

Should someone collapse during a fire situation or evacuation, they should be left in place. The Floor
Captain or Warden shall use the fire phone to summon immediate help. If the collapsed person is in
immediate danger, they should be moved into the closest stairwell landing. They in essence become an
SRP and will be treated as such.

                               USE COMMON SENSE ………… STAY CALM !!!
 Subject/Title:
                                                                               SECTION            1.10
                                  FIRE DRILLS                                 Effective Date:
                                                                              23 Nov 09
 Approving Authority:                                                         Revised:
                               Bentall Kennedy Security and Life Safety               01 DEC 10
 Cross Reference:
      Evacuations and Evacuation Routes - Sections 1.08 and 108.1
 Department/Service/Program:                                                  Page:
                                   INTACT PLACE                                          1 OF 1


The Province of Alberta Public Safety Act states that all public buildings must hold a general evacuation
at a minimum of once each year.

As some tenant safety policies require at a minimum, two building evacuations per calendar year. and in
the interest of safety, Bentall Kennedy will meet tenant safety policy.

Two Fire Drills will be held annually to meet the above requirement. They will be conducted, without
notice, between the months of April and October.

Fire drills will be initiated without prior warning and will be treated by tenants as an authentic fire alarm.
You are to follow the procedure stated in the Fire Procedures section of this manual.

Upon completion of a fire drill, the following announcement will be made:

Your attention Please
                                              This has been a fire drill
                                             Please return to your floor.

Fire Drills will be timed for effectiveness.

Building Management appreciates written feedback regarding this process as soon as possible after the drill.

Emergency procedures will be reviewed periodically by both tenant and building management representatives.
 Subject/Title:
                                                                                      SECTION            1.11
 FLOOR CAPTAIN - FIRE WARDEN RESPONSIBILITIES Effective Date:
                  AND DUTIES                  23 Nov 09
 Approving Authority:                                                                Revised:
                               Bentall Kennedy Security and Life Safety                      01 DEC 10
 Cross Reference:
 EVACUATIONS AND EVACUATION ROUTES 1.08 AND 1.08.1
 Department/Service/Program:                                                         Page:
                                    INTACT PLACE                                                1 OF 2

INTRODUCTION

It is the responsibility of the Tenant to assign Floor Captains and Fire Wardens. All changes to these
assignments are to be made known to the Manager, Security & Life Safety, Bentall Kennedy.

It is the duty and responsibility of individual Floor Captains and Fire Wardens to ensure that all building
staff who fall under their direction are safely evacuated from their floors during any emergency situation
which dictates a building evacuation.

Floor Captains: Are the supervisors and coordinators of their floor in the event of
                an emergency situation. They are Trained… DO NOT second guess them. They
                will be identified with Lime Green Emergency Vests”

     1.           All Captains are to be totally acquainted with the various procedures on the receipt of a fire
                  alarm or notice of building evacuation. Captains shall also ensure that their Fire Wardens are
                  trained and that the remainder of their building population are familiar with the same;

     2.           All Captains are to be familiar with the fire safety systems in the buildings, including the
                  location of all fire extinguishers, exits, pull stations and fire phones on their floor. Floor
                  Captains, must know the numbers of all Cross-over floors below their floor;

     3.           Floor Captains shall ensure that the appropriate number of personnel are in place to fulfill the
                  duties of Fire Wardens. Captains shall ensure that their Company Management is aware of,
                  and immediately replaces Wardens who are lost due to transfer, illness, injury or departure
                  from the company. An adequate number of Alternate Fire Wardens should be in place to cover
                  off during vacation periods;

     4.           Floor captains shall make themselves known to everyone on their floor, with special attention
                  being paid to all new employees;

     5.           The Floor Captain will be responsible for appointing a replacement for themselves in the event
                  they can not fulfill their duties (i.e. Vacation, Training, etc). The replacement shall be from
                  within the Fire Warden Group;

FIRE WARDENS: Will be identified with a Lime Green emergency Vest All staff are to comply with
              the instructions of the Fire Wardens.
As a Fire Warden you are responsible for:
   1. Knowing what action is required in the event of an alarm;
   2. Understanding the evacuation procedure for the building;
   3. Ensuring that all staff understand the procedures to be followed in case of an emergency;
   4. Knowing the area you are responsible for;
   5. Knowing the location of all fire safety equipment;
   6. Knowing the work location of and maintaining a listing of all SRP in your area;
   7. Keeping your Floor Captain up to date with your holiday and out of area plans


FLOOR CAPTAIN/FIRE WARDEN – SPECIFIC DUTIES

   Upon notification of a fire or other emergency in your area, that requires evacuation of your floor, put
   on your identification vest, retrieve their flashlight, and pull the nearest fire alarm if the emergency
   equipment has not already been activated;

   Follow the evacuation procedures;

   Upon receiving instructions from the Life Safety Team to evacuate, or on your on decision to evacuate
   the area:
       1. Ensure everyone has left the floor;
       2. Ensure all SRP and their assistants have been accounted for;
       3. Check all work areas and washrooms;
       4. Report anyone refusing to follow instructions to Bentall Kennedy Security Staff;
       5. If evacuating to a cross over floor, contact the Fire Panel Room by Fire Phone and inform
           where you are, and that the evacuation is complete; or
       6. Ensure that the status of your floor is reported to the Fire Panel Room as you leave the building
           if a building evacuation is necessary;

   All alarms shall be considered authentic. Immediately begin to evacuate your floor upon an
   evacuation signal. Refer to the evacuation section of this manual;
 Subject/Title:
                                                                                SECTION              1.12
                        BOMB THREAT PROCEDURES                                  Effective Date:
                                                                                23 Nov 09
 Approving Authority:                                                           Revised:
                               Bentall Kennedy Security and Life Safety                 01 DEC 10
 Cross Reference:
                         Building – Evacuation Section 1.08
 Department/Service/Program:                                                    Page:
                                   INTACT PLACE                                            1 OF 11

BOMB THREAT NOTIFICATION

Notification of a Bomb Threat may be received by any one of the following methods:
       a. Verbally by telephone;
       b. Written Bomb Threat by letter or email;
       c. Letter or Parcel bomb, mailed, delivered, placed or hidden in the building.

            BOMB THREAT RECEIVED BY TELEPHONE
           Should a Bomb Threat be received by telephone, the following action should be taken:
           a. Check the call display to determine if any name or number is displayed. If so, record it;
           b. Try to keep the person talking as long as possible;
           c. Attempt to pass a note to someone else, informing them that you have a “Bomb
              Threat” on the line. Ask in the note that a Manager, be advised
           d. Try to find out as much information as possible. Keep asking questions, such as:
                   - When is the bomb set to explode?
                   - Where is the bomb located?
                   - What type of bomb is it?
                   - How big is the bomb?
                   - What is the bomb packaged in?
                   - Who does the bomber wish to hurt?
                     Why did the bomber plant the bomb?

NOTE: Often bombers’ do not take into consideration that someone may be hurt when the bomb
detonates, they are often just concerned with destroying the building. By “planting the seed” that a
number of people work here, its’ hard to get them all out, and therefore someone will probably be hurt, the
bomber may tell you exactly where the devise is.

           e. Remember, the last incoming call can be TRACED. At the end of the call, hang up for several
              seconds then:
                  > Pick up the handset, listen for a dial tone;
                  > Press 9-*57 and a recording will guide you through the steps;
                  > Once the steps have been completed, hang up.
                   Call the City Police at 9-9-1-1 and inform them that you have received a bomb threat and
                     that you had a *57 trace put on the line through Telus.
                f.      Attached at Appendix “A” is a Telephone Threat Checklist. All Personnel must become
                        familiar with its’ contents and be prepared to complete it either while on the telephone or as
                        soon as you hang up.

                g.      Immediately Contact the Security Desk at 403-218-7733 and inform them of the situation.

                h.      The Security Desk will inform the LST who will, if there is indication there is ample time prior
                        to detonation, (i.e. one hour or more) initiate a search of the building, commencing in the area
                        the bomber stated the device was located.

                        DO NOT TOUCH any suspicious device or package. DO NOT USE Portable Radios
                        or Cell Phones, within fifteen (15) feet (five (5) meters) of any suspected device as the
                        radio frequency may cause premature detonation;

                j. Should the bomber indicate detonation is imminent, immediately initiate Evacuation Procedures;

                k. Upon arrival of the LST, or the Police Service, brief them what you learned and what action
                   you have taken to that point in time;

   Follow the directions and instructions that are passed to you from that time forward until the incident has been
   Stood-Down.

  Attached at Annex B is a copy of a Bomb Threat Check list which, when completed, details who is
  responsible for searching a given area. Page 2 of Annex “B” provides a sample of how to complete a systematic
  search of an area. Tenants are encouraged to make copies of this Annex, pre-complete the areas to be searched
  and re-file them in this manual. If ever needed, the form will already be completed, thus saving time. As it was
  completed in relative calm, the chance of an area being overlooked during an emergency.

   BOMB THREAT RECEIVED BY LETTER
   Bomb Threats received by letter, while considered a valid threat have a much greater chance of being a hoax, as
   the sender has little or no control over when the letter will be read, hence the sender can not coordinate the time
   of receipt with the time of detonation
   On receipt of a mailed or couriered bomb threat, immediately inform your
   manager, who in turn will inform Bentall Kennedy Security of the incident. The LST will be mobilized to deal
   with this occurrence.

                             SUSPICIOUS MAIL (LETTER, PARCEL OR OBJECT)
What to look for:
- Letters or packages with unusual restrictive markings such as “Personal”, “To be opened only by”
  “Do not delay delivery” etc;
- Letters with excessive bulk or weight;
- Cut and paste lettering or improvised labels;
- Unusual odours;
- Chemical or oily staining on the packaging;
- Inaccuracies in address or titles;
- Obviously disguised writing or script;
- Excessive Postage;
- Unbalanced or lopsided letters or parcels;
- Excessive wrapping or taping materials, overly sealed to the point of appearing difficult to open;
- Small holes, protruding wires, or metallic substances such as foil;
- Illegible, obviously incomplete or missing return address; or
- Any parcel or letter that just doesn’t look or feel ordinary or right.

Hidden, placed or “abandoned” objects.
To assist in the identification or a letter, parcel bomb, watch for one of the
following:
      - An object that has been hidden, usually in areas that the public would have access to (outside
         perimeter of building, washrooms, lobby, unlocked stairwells, insecure areas etc.)
      - An object (briefcase, suitcase, package etc.,) that clearly stands out for being left unattended or
        abandoned in a public or open area, such as a reception area, lobby, washroom elevator etc.
      - Any object in any area that clearly does not belong there such as a metal tool box a waiting
         area.

Persons who work in an area are the ones who normally know what belongs and doesn’t belong there, enlist
their assistance to determine if they know anything about any given object;

 Persons receiving or finding a suspicious object should:
                 Remain Calm;
                 Do not touch or move the object in any shape, form or fashion.
                  Simply leave it where it is;
                 Immediately contact the Security Desk at 403-218-7733;
                 Warn those in the immediate vicinity to evacuate to a safe distance;
                 Ask someone to prevent others from entering the area; and
                 Remove yourself from the immediate area, pending the arrival of the LST.


                 BEING ALERT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE
                         TELEPHONE THREAT CHECK LIST - Annex “A”
***************************************************************************
Time:          Call Received__________________           Call Terminated______________
Exact words of Caller:________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
Questions to be answered
a)     What is the nature of the threat?___________________________________________
b)     If a bomb, when is it set to explode?________________________________________
c)     Where is the bomb located? Floor_______Area______________________________
d)     What kind of bomb is it?_________________________________________________
e)     Description of the bomb?_________________________________________________
f)     How is the devise packaged?______________________________________________
g)     Why was the bomb planted?_______________________________________________
h)     Who is calling?_________________________________________________________
DESCRIPTION OF VOICE
Male_______ Female______ Calm_______ Nervous_______ Young________ Old_______
Middle Aged________ Rough________ Refined_________ Educated________ Soft_______
Loud_____ Intoxicated_______ Accent_________________ Polite___________ Crude_____
Vulgar______________ Fast______________ Slow_____________ Depressed____________
Speech Impediment_____________________________________________________________
Recognize voice? No______ Maybe____________ Yes (Who)__________________ Sounded
like:_____________________________________________________
BACKGROUND NOISE
Music_________________ Running Motor (type)___________________ Traffic___________
Whistles_____________ Bells_____________ Horns______________ Aircraft___________
Public Address System________________ Machinery_________ C-Train___________
Tape Recorder_____________ Background voices (i.e. bar)___________ Other _________

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
a) Did caller indicate knowledge of the building?____________________________________
b) What line did the call come in on?______________________________________________
c) Did the caller reach the right number (did they ask for a transfer, or sound surprised that
   someone else didn’t answer?_______________________________________
d) Did caller indicate whom he/she wanted to hurt?__________________________________


Name_____________________________ Date___________________
                                                                         Annex “B”

                           BOMB SEARCH CHECKLIST


                 Search Completed   Area Clear   Suspicious Item Found
Area to Search          By
Bomb Search Procedures
Upon receiving directions from the Building’s Life Safety Team, (LST) the Manager, Security & Life
Safety will implement the bomb threat search plan.

Floor Wardens will be given instructions to conduct either a covert or overt search of their floor and a
phone number to report back to when their search is completed.

Further instructions may be given to Manager, Security & Life Safety, depending on the assessment of the
LST, whether to stand by or evacuate the building. If an evacuation is necessary the LST will give
directions if the elevators are to be used.

If a suspicious package or device is found, the Manger, Security & Life Safety will immediately safeguard
the area and notify the LST.

If no suspicious package or device is found, the Fire Warden will notify the Manager, Security & Life
Safety who will in turn inform the LST that the respective area is clear.

Bomb Search Checklist

Bomb search checklist sheets have been issued to all Floor Captains, who will in turn issue sheets to each
member of the bomb search team upon notification from the LST.

The search teams should be divided into pairs, preferably a male and a female, and assigned a specific
area to search. For example, one search team member would search all areas listed on the left side of the
sheet, and the other search team member would search all areas listed on the right side of the card.

When you have completed searching your area on the bomb search sheet, return it to the Floor Fire
Captain. He will notify the LST after receiving all signed cards for each team member. Keep in mind that
your search should not be limited to the areas listed on the bomb search sheet.

Public Access Search
All public access areas, beginning with the more readily accessible areas, will be searched by Bentall
Kennedy and Security personnel. Examples of public access areas are: Main Floor and +15 Levels, Floor
Corridors, Bathrooms, Stairwells, Parking Garage, Loading Dock, and Retail Space etc.
Example:       A bomb threat caller indicates a bomb has been placed on a particular floor.
               Action: The Manager, Security & Life Safety will be notified by telephone of the bomb
               threat. Floor Captains will be notified by a phone call, PA systems, or in person that a
               bomb threat has been received and to assemble the Floor Wardens at a designated location
               to explain the nature of the emergency.
There are two types of searches: Covert and Overt

   A covert search is conducted with only the Floor Fire Wardens participating to avoid both panic and
   interruption of business operations.

   An overt search is conducted by having employees search their own area. This is a faster method, but
   is not as efficient as a search by the trained Floor Wardens.
Search Procedures (see diagrams at Annex “C”)

   Visual Search – A visual search should be made prior to a physical search. With the area divided
   equally among the searchers, proceed with the search in the stages:
                 (1) Visually check from floor to waist level
                 (2) Check from waist to eye level
                 (3) Check from eye level to the ceiling.

   Physical Search – The physical search should also be conducted in stages, the same as above, but
   should start at the walls and progress toward the center of the area being searched.

  If the search fails to produce a suspicious article, notify the Manager, Security at main floor security
  desk at 403-218-7733, that the respective floor is clear.

Discovery of a Device: If a device suspected to be a bomb is located, immediately notify the Main Floor
Security Desk at 403-218-7733.

DO NOT TOUCH THE DEVICE
The LST will then notify the Calgary Police (911) and initiate appropriate relocation procedures.

If a bomb or suspicious object is located, do not terminate the search. More than one device may be
planted on the floor elsewhere in the building. Continue the search in areas other than where the device
was found.

When the search teams have completed searching in their assigned areas, they will notify the Supervisor
of Building Operations. If no device has been found, he will inform the Crisis Management Team that the
floor is clear.

Bomb Evacuation Procedures

If the LST orders an evacuation, the Floor Captain will be informed by the Manager, Security whether the
elevators or stairwells are to be used. All employees should take personal belongings such as briefcases,
lunch containers, etc. with them. When evacuating the building, desk drawers and cabinets should be
unlocked and all office doors left OPEN to lessen the impact of an explosion. Turn off all machines such
as computers, monitors, coffee, photocopiers and typewriters.

   PLEASE NOTE: Communication during a bomb threat incident, whether on your floor or elsewhere
               in the building, will be done via the telephone or person-to-person. The PA system
               and alarms will not be used except for immediate evacuation. A bomb could be
               sound-activated or hardwired to alarm bells.

Special Risk Personnel

The procedure remains the same as in the Fire Evacuation. The Fire or Police Department will evacuate
Special Risk Personnel utilizing elevators if conditions warrant. Aides should remain with them.
All Clear
The “all clear” will be given when determined by the LST that it is safe to return to your floors.

Evacuees shall assemble as follows:

          5th Avenue place pool area; or
          Courtyard at Livingston Place
Annex “C
 Subject/Title:
                                                                             SECTION             1.13
                           CHEMICAL/GAS SPILLS                               Effective Date:
                                                                             23 Nov 09
 Approving Authority:                                                        Revised:
                               Bentall Kennedy Sr. Manager Operations                01 DEC 10
 Cross Reference:


 Department/Service/Program:                                                 Page:
                                   INTACT PLACE                                         1 of 4
Instructions to occupants

In the event of a Chemical or Gas Spill situation at INTACT PLACE, occupants shall immediately inform
Bentall Kennedy Security at either 403-218-7733 or in person at the Security Desk located on the Main
Level. The following information will be required:

               Type of Chemical if known;
                  1.
               Location of the spill;
                  2.
               approximate size of the spill;
                  3.
               Has anyone been adversely effected by the spill (i.e.: Overcome by fumes, burned by
                  4.
               chemical etc)
If Safe to do so:

                  1. Cordon off the area to prevent anyone from entering; and
                  2. Await the arrival of Bentall Kennedy Operations or the Emergency Response Team.

If UNSAFE:
        1. Immediately evacuate the area.


EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM – CHEMICAL/GAS SPILL –PROCEDURES

BENTALL KENNEDY SECURITY
  1. Upon notification of a chemical or gas spill, the receiving Security Officer shall immediately
     contact Bentall Kennedy Operations by telephone and relay the information received to
     Operations;
  2. If Safe to do so, a Security Officer shall be dispatched to the area of the spill and effect a cordon;
     and
  3. Security shall follow all instructions received from Operations. These could range from contacting
     9-1-1 for emergency assistance to delivering material to the Operator to permit him/her to contain
     the spill;
BENTALL KENNEDY OPERATIONS

  1. Upon notification of a chemical or gas spill, Bentall Kennedy Operations shall follow the attached
     Safe Work Procedure:
                                                SAFE WORK PROCEDURE
Task:                                        Proper Handling of a Chemical Spill

Issued to: _____________________                    Company: _________________________

Department: _________________ Position: __________ Date Issued _______________

                              TASK PURPOSE AND KEY AREAS OF IMPORTANCE
Over the last couple of decades, we as a society have become increasingly aware of the need to protect the environment. One of the
ways we need to do so is to protect it from contamination from fossil fuel spills. Petroleum products do not break down easily and
when introduced into the environment often find their was into the water table, thus contaminating such things as drinking water,
crops and the livestock and humans that consume them. To this end, this SWP is to assist you in the handling of spill within the
facility. This SWP in no way is the absolute authority with regards to this problem but it will assist you in prevention of the potential
for a major contamination if a spill was to occur.

    #                                STEP                                                       KEY POINTS
    1        Respond to the location of the call.                      A chemical spill will usually come in two ways. It will be
                                                                       reported to you or you will find or cause it yourself. If it is
                                                                       reported to you it will come as a page from Clikfix or from
                                                                       security.

    2        Identify the type, quantity and source of the fluid.      In order to successfully dispose of the substance, you need to
                                                                       know what it is, how much there is and what was the source
                                                                       (vehicle, generator, or other source).
    3        Identify the location of the nearest Spill Control        The spill kits are located in the control room on P1
             Kit. If the spill is large you may want to get some
             assistance and more kits be brought to the location
    4        Monitor the direction and speed of the flow of any        If the quantity is small enough that it is not pooling or flowing,
             liquids. Identify any of the drains which may be in       you may not need to worry about the drains.
             the direction the fluid is travelling
    5        Place a rubber sheet over the affected drains and         It is a good idea to weigh down the mat with something heavy to
             place the Loose Particulant along the edges of the        make better contact with the floor.
             mat to prevent seepage under it.
    6        Place a Boom or Sock along the lower edge of the          Make sure that the Boom or Sock extends high enough on the
             puddle to dam the liquid so no more will flow             sides so the liquid will not flow around the top. Form a complete
             towards the drain.                                        circle if needed. Also, make sure the dam is high enough so the
                                                                       liquid will not flow over top.
    7        Starting at the lowest point the liquid has traveled,     By starting at the lowest point and working towards the puddle,
             place the Loose Particulant onto the spill. Make          you will stop the flow while doing so. Remember, if the
             sure there is enough so all of the fluid will be          particulant is floating, there isn’t enough
             absorbed.
    8        If the source of the spill can be identified, attempt     Stopping the spill could be as simple as turning off a ball valve
             to stop further release of fluids. If the source of the   or as difficult as patching a hole in the oil pan of a tenant (s) car.
             spill comes from an item not belonging to the PM          Obviously you are not going to affect repairs to the property of a
             Company have the controller identify who it               tenant.
             belongs to and have them brought to the location of
             the spill
    9        If the spill is coming from a tenant’s vehicle or a       Anything we do to a tenant’s or contractor’s property has the
             contractor’s equipment, go to step #10. If it is          potential for a lawsuit and must be handled carefully. Our
             coming from a piece of the PM Company’s                   primary duty is to protect the building and our actions must keep
             equipment, step #.                                        in mind at all times.
                                           SAFE WORK PROCEDURE
Issued to:                           Company:           Date Issued:
    #                               STEP                                                       KEY POINTS
   10        Of the owner of the property is present at this time,     If it is an item small enough to be portable, a dolly can be used
             have them remove the item from its location to an         to transport it from its location to outside the building. Ensure
             area where it can be safely stored until the leak can     precautions are taken to ensure that the fluid can be contained
             be repaired. If the liquid leaking from a vehicle is      during transportation. Places Pads or Pillows under it to catch
             gasoline proceed to the next step. If not, proceed to     any drips.
             step 12.
   11        Vehicles leaking gasoline pose a greater threat due       Gasoline fumes will ignite from the smallest spark and the fumes
             to the flammable nature of the fumes from the spill.      are heavier than air and thus will flow down hill a distance
             The vehicle must be rolled out of the stall and           farther than the spill itself. By pushing the vehicle uphill, you
             pushed uphill at least fifty (50) feet from the highest   avoid the fumes. The vehicle can then be safely started and
             point of the spill.                                       removed from the parkade or loading dock.
   12        Once the leaking object has been removed, all that        Make sure you have enough materials to complete the task. If
             remains is to clean up the mess. If the equipment         more material is required, get the other kits of have the Control
             cannot be moved, place a hard container with a pad        room contact disaster or hazmat services.
             or loose particulant in the bottom to catch any
             further spillage
   13        Starting at the lowest point and working your way         Make sure there is enough to absorb the entire spill.
             up towards the top of the spill, fill the area will
             loose particulant.
   14        Once the chemical spill has been absorbed by the          The HazMat Barrel is located in the dock storage room.
             loose particulant, gather up the particulant (now
             containing the spill) and place it in a HazMat Barrel
             to await the proper removal and disposal.
   15        Place a second layer of particulant over the spill        This motion will draw any of the substance that was absorbed
             area and using a stiff broom, sweep the particulant       into the surface up into the particulant.
             back and forth across the area. Discard this into the
             HazMat barrel as well.
   16        Once you are certain that all (or as much as is           Keep track of the amount and types of equipment you use so that
             possible) of the spill has been picked up, Place all      it can be restocked for the next time.
             of the booms, cloths and loose particulant that has
             been contaminated into the HazMat barrel for
             disposal.
   17        Close up the kit, or kits, you have been using and        Remember, if you don’t restock, you won’t have the necessary
             return them to their respective storage area. Send a      equipment the next time. It could be yourself that your leaving
             list of items needing to be replaced and from which       high and dry with no supplies.
             kit to the appropriate supervisor in charge of these
             units.
                                          SAFE WORK PROCEDURE
Issued to:                       Company:             Date Issued:
    #                            STEP                                                   KEY POINTS




                                                    Notes for Review
    #              Recommended Changes                                 Rational                             Whom




                                       Preparation, Design, and Review Group
Department:                          Personnel:                               Tele:
                                                                              Fax:
                                  SAFE WORK PROCEDURE COMMITMENT

Commitment: I have received and read a copy of this Safe Work Procedure as of this date. I understand the step- by-step process
                 and the importance and concerns of following the procedure sequentially and correctly.

Received by:___________________________                          Date:_______________________
Supervisor : ___________________________                         Date: _______________________
 Subject/Title:
                                                                              SECTION            1.14
                               PANDEMIC PLANNING                             Effective Date:
                                                                             23 Nov 09
 Approving Authority:                                                        Revised:
                               INTACT PLACE PROPERTY MANAGER                         01 DEC 10
 Cross Reference:


 Department/Service/Program:                                                 Page:
                                   INTACT PLACE                                         1 of 4


What is pandemic influenza?
The word pandemic is used to describe diseases that cause worldwide outbreaks of illness involving a
large proportion of the population. Pandemic influenza refers to the emergence of a new strain of
influenza-A virus that causes a large number of cases of illness and death in people around the globe.

Most people become ill with mild forms of influenza at some point in their lives. Because of this, they
develop some immunity to the disease. New strains of influenza virus emerge regularly. Most of these are
slight variations of a previous strain, and a person’s existing immunity provides some protection against
severe illness. New flu vaccine is developed every year to provide more complete protection against these
new strains. For this reason, flu vaccine is given annually, beginning in early fall.

In a pandemic, there is a significant change in the flu virus, so existing immunity provides little
protection. Existing vaccines will also be of limited value, and a new vaccine may take longer than usual
to develop. As a result, a pandemic influenza will spread quickly, cause widespread outbreaks of disease,
and will likely lead to significant numbers of hospitalizations and deaths. Typically, outbreaks will occur
in waves, with a second outbreak three to nine months following the first. In a pandemic year, compared
to a typical year, the Government of Alberta expects:

• 4–7 times as many visits to physicians and emergency rooms due to influenza;
• 4–7 times as many hospitalizations due to influenza; and
• 8–20 times as many deaths due to influenza.

It is projected that up to 2.5 million Albertans could be infected, with up to 1.3 million becoming ill.

The effects of a pandemic would be different than a natural disaster, because a large number of people in
workplaces will be sick with the flu. High rates of absenteeism would affect the ability of organizations to
provide essential services such as community businesses (e.g. grocery stores) and public safety services
(e.g. fire, police, medical and ambulance service).
We’re prepared
When an influenza pandemic arrives, all Albertans will be at risk of getting ill. The development of a plan
to prepare for an influenza pandemic will reduce the impact of the disease but not eliminate it.

Our response plan will be used in coordination with the Bentall Kennedy LP National Pandemic Influenza
Contingency Plan. The goal of Bentall Kennedy’s plan is to reduce the number of influenza cases and
minimize disruptions to daily life by providing access to appropriate prevention, care and treatment. It is
a work in progress, and will be updated and added to as situations change.

What should you do during a pandemic?

DURING EVERY FLU SEASON, EVEN WHEN THERE IS NO PANDEMIC, YOU SHOULD:
      If eligible, vaccinate yourself and members of your family against influenza. Regional health
       authorities provide flu immunization programs every year.

      Cover your mouth when coughing or sneezing, and immediately wash your hands. This helps
       prevent the spread of infectious diseases, including the common cold and the flu.
IF YOU DEVELOP THE FLU, FOLLOW GENERAL GUIDELINES TO TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF:
      Rest.

      Drink plenty of fluids.

      Take acetaminophen for fever or pain.

      Wash your hands to prevent further spread of the disease.
DURING A PANDEMIC:
      Be alert to information on radio and newspapers. Alberta Health and Wellness and your regional
       health authority will advise you about the availability of immunization and any steps you can take
       to avoid disease.

      Health professionals will provide care to the very ill and provide information on self-care or caring
       for family members at home.

What We Will Do To Prepare for a Pandemic
The following, identifies specific activities we will do to prepare for this or any other emergency:
          1. Identify a pandemic coordinator and/or team with defined roles and responsibilities for pre-
              paredness and response planning. The planning process will include input from both
              employee and client representatives;

           2. Identify essential employees and other critical inputs (e.g. suppliers, products, and
              logistics) required to maintain business operations by location and function during a
              pandemic;
     3. Train and prepare ancillary workforce ( e.g. cross train employees in other roles);

     4. Develop and plan for scenarios likely to result in an increase in demand for our services
        during a pandemic.

     5. Determine potential impact of a pandemic on company business financials using multiple
        possible scenarios that affect different sites; and

     6. Find up-to-date, reliable pandemic information from community, public health, emergency
        management, and other sources and make sustainable links.
What We Will Do During a Pandemic
     1. Establish an emergency communications plan and revise periodically. This plan includes
        identification of key contacts (with back-ups), chain of communications (including
        suppliers and customers), and processes for tracking and communicating business and
        employee status;

     2. Forecast and allow for employee absences during a pandemic due to factors such as
        personal illness, family member illness, community containment measures and quarantines,
        school and/or business closures, and public transportation closures;

     3. Evaluate employee access to and availability of healthcare services during a pandemic, and
        improve services as needed;

     4. Identify employees and key customers with special needs and incorporate the requirements
        of such persons into our preparedness plan;

     5. Establish policies for employee compensation and sick-leave absences unique to a
        pandemic (e.g. non-punitive, liberal leave), including policies based on the
        recommendations of the Calgary Health Authority on when a previously ill person is no
        longer infectious and can return to work;

     6. Establish policies for flexible worksite and flexible work hours (e.g. staggered shifts);

     7. Establish policies for preventing influenza spread at the worksite (e.g. promoting respi-
        ratory hygiene/ cough etiquette, and prompt exclusion of people with influenza symptoms);

     8. Establish policies for employees who have been exposed to pandemic influenza, are
        suspected to be ill, or become ill at the worksite (e.g. infection control response, immediate
        mandatory sick leave);

     9. Establish policies for restricting travel to affected geographic areas and
        for employees returning from affected areas; and

     10. Set up triggers, and procedures for activating and terminating the company’s response plan,
         altering business operations (e.g. minimizing operations in affected areas) and transferring
         business knowledge to key employees.
     PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT PROVIDED BY
     Bentall Kennedy
     At a minimum, equipment for each employee at each Bentall Kennedy Site has been obtained and
     retained at our Calgary Offices. This equipment will be issued as/when required and will consist of:

     1.   1 each, approved face Mask;
     2.   2 pairs of surgical gloves;
     3.   1 small bottle of hand sanitizer; and
     4.   1 approved Pandemic Response kit per site.


The Building Property Manager is the OPI for all Pandemic related planning
 Subject/Title:
                                                                            SECTION             1.15
              ESCALATION OF SECUIRTY POSTURE                                Effective Date:
                                                                            23 Nov 09
 Approving Authority:                                                       Revised:
                               Manager, Security & Life Safety                      01 DEC 10
 Cross Reference:
           ESCALATION OF SECURTIY POSTURE MANUAL
 Department/Service/Program:                                                Page:
                               INTACT PLACE                                            1 OF 1

From time to time events may occur within the Country, Province or City that would cause Bentall
Kennedy LP to increase the level of Security at any or all of its’ properties. These events could range
from terrorism through public demonstrations against a tenant to a major political event such as a G8
Economic Conference.

Bentall Kennedy has established a four level escalation plan that is kept under minimal distribution. To
include the contents of this policy in a public document would be detrimental to its’ effectiveness.

The plan is structured to provide for either a gradual increase in security levels or an immediate jump from
normal day to day security to a total building lock down and shut down.

Those members of the Bentall Kennedy Management Team who have been issued the document are aware
of its’ contents and are capable of implementing it’s contents in an orderly fashion. Proper
communication to all staff has been included in the Escalation Policy.
 Subject/Title:
                                                                            SECTION            1.16
                        TYPICAL FLOOR DRAWINGS                             Effective Date:
                                                                           23 Nov 09
 Approving Authority:                                                      Revised:
                                Bentall Kennedy Operations                         01 DEC 10
 Cross Reference:
      Evacuations and Evacuation Routes Sections 1.08 and 1.08.1
 Department/Service/Program:                                               Page:
                               INTACT PLACE                                           1 OF 4

Attached to this section you will find a typical “footprint” for a low rise floor, a high rise floor and a
cross-over floor. These drawings show the locations of the stairwells and fire phones for that category of
floor.

Page 2 - Typical Cross Over Floor
Page 3 - Intact Place Main Floor
Page 4 - Typical Floor Layout – East and West Towers
CROSS OVER FLOOR BETWEEN BOTH TOWERS – TYPICAL
Main Floor – Intact Place
Typical Floor Layout – East and West Towers

				
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