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For offices at 660 W. Washington, Madison WI University of Wisconsin System Administration August 2014
Evacuation General guidance Fire Gas leak
Evacuation General Guidance Walk to the nearest exit. Direct building visitors to the exits and help those who need assistance.
Evacuation General Guidance The gathering point for evacuated staff is in the parking lot behind 700 Regent (next door). Each area should account for their employees at the gathering point.
Evacuation General Guidance Follow the instructions of floor captains or emergency responders. Alert them about the location of anyone unable to exit, or other information about the cause of the event. Wait for an all-clear signal before re-entering the building.
Fire When a fire alarm is triggered, evacuate the building Close doors at the site of the fire; do not lock doors Do not leave stairwell doors open
Fire (Voluntary action) If you are trained to use an extinguisher and the fire is small enough, you may attempt to extinguish the fire.
Fire If you see smoke or fire and the alarm has not sounded: Pull the manual pull station to activate the building evacuation alarm. When outside the building, report the fire by calling 911 on a mobile phone.
Gas leak (natural gas) Warning properties – rotten egg odor Evacuate the building Call 911, and Madison Gas and Electric at (608)
Tornado You will be notified of a tornado warning by the county emergency sirens. Go immediately to the basement parking garage. Those unable to use stairs should take the elevator to the basement, or take shelter in an interior room. Do not leave the shelter until the all clear is announced.
Workplace violence Disruptive behavior: Call 911. Active shooter: Recommended actions, in order, are: Evacuate: Escape the building if you can. Keep your hands visible. Call 911 when in a place of safety. Hide: If escape is not possible, find a place to hide where the active shooter is less likely to find you. Take action: As a last resort, and if your life is in imminent danger, attempt to disrupt and/or incapacitate the active shooter.
Medical emergency Assess the hazards prior to entering the scene. Call emergency medical responders at 911. Send someone to the entrance to meet emergency responders and guide them to the medical emergency. Do not come in direct contact with blood or body fluids. Be familiar with location of first aid kits and AEDs.
Packages and threats Suspicious package Do not handle the object. Call 911 for further instruction. Telephoned bomb threat Signal to another employee to call 911 for further instruction. Take notes about what the caller says, accents, background noise, etc.