Presentation on theme: "OBJECTIVES : To test RCBC Plaza’s Emergency Procedures. To test operational capabilities of RCBC Plaza’s emergency facilities, equipment, and devices."— Presentation transcript:
OBJECTIVES : To test RCBC Plaza’s Emergency Procedures. To test operational capabilities of RCBC Plaza’s emergency facilities, equipment, and devices. To familiarize Building Management staff and its occupants on the existing Emergency Procedures and emergency facilities, equipment, and devices. To assess RCBC Plaza’s management team and tenants safety awareness and preparedness in relation to the existing emergency procedures and building emergency facilities, equipment, and devices. To enable RCBC Plaza’s management team and tenants to determine safety aspects which need improvement.
Roving guard assigned at the affected area. Housekeeping Personnel assigned at the affected area. Duties and Responsibilities: Members: Verifies and provides feedback of any reported fire alarms. Initiates any necessary action for every alarm being responded to.
Duties and Responsibilities: Roving guard at Tower 1 – Team Leader Roving guard at Tower 2 Roving guard at Podium Area Roving guard at Basement Area Once fire is confirmed, proceeds to the fire scene with fire fighting equipment. Extinguishes the fire using available fire fighting equipment until the fire is contained or arrival of Fire Department personnel. Members:
Duties and Responsibilities: Provides rescue assistance to those who need to be rescued in case of emergency situation using service elevators. Provides rescue assistance to those who need medical assistance and brings the patient to nearest medical service using emergency equipment, e.g. wheel chair, spineboard and strecher. Motorized Patrol – Team Leader Service Elevator Operator Tower 1 Service Elevator Operator Tower 2 Service Elevator 3 Operator Cool Off Reliever Members:
Duties and Responsibilities: Controls crowd and gives direction to those who are in need. Ensures clear pathways for the smooth flow of evacuation. Internal Security Officer - Team Leader Guard at Drop Off Lobby Guard at Tower 1 Lobby Guard at Tower 2 Lobby Guard at Courtyard Members:
Duties and Responsibilities: Ensures that all exit points are free from obstruction for the evacuees. Allows no one to enter the building during the evacuation. Protects the building from potential looters or intruders. Guards Force Commander – Team Leader Ground Entrances guards Car Access guards Loading Dock Entrance guards Podium Checkpoints guards Basement Checkpoints guards Members:
Duties and Responsibilities: Controls vehicular traffic. Assists evacuees in crossing to their designated evacuation sites. Guard’s Supervisor – Team Leader Guard at Ayala Perimeter Guard at Buendia Perimeter Guard at Geronimo Perimeter Guard at Delacosta Perimeter Members:
Duties and Responsibilities: Shuts off gas pipe and electrical lines of affected areas. Attends other technical matters necessary in neutralizing the fire. Engineering Supervisors – Team Leader Building technicians Members:
Once an emergency situation occurs, the PMO will order evacuation using its Simplex Fire Alarm Sounder. A drill shall always be preceded with an announcement “THIS IS A DRILL”
Preliminary Announcement (Drill) This is a drill (3x) Attention ( 3x ) An emergency has been reported. Please stand-by for further announcement. (3x)
Preliminary Announcement (Actual) Attention ( 3x ) An emergency has been reported. Please stand-by for further announcement. (3x)
Emergency Announcement (Drill) This is a drill (3x) Siren (4x) Attention ( 3x ) An emergency has been reported. All occupants, walk to the nearest stairway exit and walk down to your assigned re-entry floor or main lobby. Do not use the elevator. Walk to the nearest stairway.
Emergency Announcement (Actual) Siren (4x) Attention ( 3x ) An emergency has been reported. All occupants, walk to the nearest stairway exit and walk down to your assigned re- entry floor or main lobby. Do not use the elevator. Walk to the nearest stairway.
EVACUATION CENTER “DELTA” EVACUATION CENTER “ECHO” EVACUATION CENTER “CHARLIE” EVACUATION CENTER “BRAVO” COMMAND POST “ALPHA”
DO NOT PANIC. WE ARE PRACTICING AN ORDERLY EVACUATION ELEVATORS ARE NOT OPERATIONAL DURING EVACUATION DO NOT RUN DO NOT OPERATE YOUR CELLPHONES WHILE INSIDE THE FIRE ESCAPE WATCH YOUR STEP BE AWARE OF SIGNAGES
In order for the building management (PMO) to determine status of evacuation, companies’ Floor Marshall through their designated runners should report to the PMO’s in-charge in the evacuation site, the following information: Name of Floor Marshall Name of runner Company Location Number of person evacuated Number of unaccounted person
RETURNING TO THE BUILDING AFTER THE DRILL WILL BE DONE ACCORDING TO EVACUATION SITE.