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EMERGENCY Know the nearest exit and alternate exits. Recognize the evacuation signal and listen for instructions. Know the location of the nearest fire extinguishers and first aid kits. 23
Location of evacuation areas both outside and inside of the facility. Handicapped or partially disabled persons who may need assistance 14
Report Emergency information to supervision IMMEDIATELY Report to the designated evacuation area that is correct for the type of emergency 16
NOTICE TO EVACUATE Alarm System Public Address System Emergency Telephone Call Verbally by Supervision. 15
External Evacuation DO NOT RUN Turn off Machinery Assist Visitors Know Alternate Routes 22
Move Away From the Building Go Directly to Designated Area Do NOT Re-enter until “All Clear” signal 14
MEDICAL EMERGENCY 15
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Intruders and Disruptive Individuals Call Receptionist or Supervisor 27
STOP DO NOT NOT OPEN DO NOT: Clean Up Move It 17
Cover It Move 10 feet away 10
Call. Do Not leave the room 21
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