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REACH Partnership MIDDLE/ HIGH SCHOOL #341 EMERGENCY SAFETY PLAN 1.

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1 REACH Partnership MIDDLE/ HIGH SCHOOL #341 EMERGENCY SAFETY PLAN 1

2 Challenges Facing the School Fires Severe Weather Chemical Emergencies Hostages Biohazards Civil Disturbances Utility Failures Medical Emergencies 2

3 UNIVERSAL RESPONSE PROCEDURES Evacuation Alert Status Lockdown Severe Weather Safe Area 3

4 When an announcement is made or alarm sounded: Take the closest and safest way out of the building by the evacuation routes as posted in your classroom. If primary route is blocked, use secondary route Take roll book for student accounting Assist those needing special assistance Do not stop for student or staff belongings Go to designated assembly areas Check for injuries Take attendance to account for all students Wait for further instructions EVACUATION (For use when conditions outside are safer than inside) 4

5 Primary (red) Secondary (blue) Evacuations exits are posted in all occupied areas. This is one posted in every classroom and office. In the event the primary route is blocked, use the secondary. EVACUATION EXITS 5

6 Assembly Areas Football Stadium Seating Grassy Area On The Athletic Field Grassy Area Near The Pumping Station 6

7 DO NOT BLOCK EXITS ! 7

8 Achievement Academy at Harbor City High (Fairmont Harford Building) Baltimore Rising Star Academy at Lawrence G. Pacquin Alternate Building Location Secondary Location #425 8

9 ALERT STATUS (For use in securing access to the building, usually a community emergency event) Staff and students will be informed over the intercom of the ALERT STATUS Secure the facility by locking all doors from the inside Post staff near the main entrance of the building to allow entrance and exit with identification Conduct classes and activities within the building in a normal manner 9

10 LOCKDOWN (For use to protect building occupants from potential dangers in the building or from outside) When the announcement is made: CODE RED Students are to be cleared from the halls immediately and report to the nearest available classroom Assist those needing special assistance Close and lock all doors and windows and do not leave for any reason Stay away from all doors and windows and move students to interior walls and sit on the floor Shut off lights BE QUIET! Wait for further instructions Complete emergency attendance sheet 10

11 SEVERE WEATHER SAFE AREA (For use in severe weather emergencies ) An announcement will be made informing staff and students of the emergency Students are to be cleared from the halls immediately and report to the nearest available classroom Assist those needing special assistance Close and lock all doors and windows and do not leave for any reason Stay away from all windows and move students to interior walls and sit on the floor Shut off lights BE QUIET! Wait for further instructions Complete emergency attendance sheet 11

12 EARTHQUAKES Stay indoors Take cover under heavy furniture, desks, tables or in narrow halls and interior doorways Be aware of falling objects Stay away from windows If outdoors, move away from the building, if possible Stay away from utility poles and overhead wires If you are in a bus, the driver should stop quickly and as safely as possible in an open area away from overpasses and bridges 12

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14 14 Back side of Emergency Attendance Sheet

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