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Emergency Procedures

Communication Meeting 5/2/13

Allison Stapels

on 15 May 2013

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Transcript of Emergency Procedures

US Farathane - Orion Facility Emergency Response Procedures "Knowing and following the correct procedures is
the key to a successful emergency response." Where are the tornado shelters located? - Severe Weather
- Hazardous Materials Release
- Fire
- Bomb Threat
- Medical Emergency Emergency Response Scenarios Remain calm - once the National Weather Bureau issues a tornado warning for the area, the supervisor should put one person in charge of watching the sky for the possible formation of funnel clouds.

Alert others - once notified of a tornado, personnel must :
Shutdown equipment if safe to do so
Proceed to established tornado shelter areas, report to supervisor or roll-taker, and remain there until instructed by a supervisor or plant management to exit the shelter areas SEVERE WEATHER
* Tornadoes QUESTION : "Knowing and following the correct procedures is the key to a successful emergency response." d Emergency Response Scenarios Severe Weather : Tornado Hazardous Material Release "A release to the air, water, sewer or ground that is not a normal part of operations, e.g. leaking/punctured containers, leaking pipes, spill to a sewer.." If the employee discovering the release believes it immediately threatens employee health and safety, leave the area and proceed to a safe location nearby. Upon discovery, employees must report the release to their supervisor and warn others to stay away. Hazardous Material Release The supervisor and/or the plant emergency coordinator will:
Determine if the release may be cleaned-up safely by plant personnel or it contracted emergency response personnel are required.
Ensure appropriate PPE is worn and that the released materials are properly contained. Fire Emergencies If you have been trained to safely extinguish a fire, do so; otherwise, evacuate the area and sound the fire alarm/notify your supervisor.
once a fire alarm has sounded, stay calm
gather personal belongings that are in your reach
immediately exit the building through the nearest emergency exit
inform others on your way out
proceed to the emergency assembly area (EAA) Question : Where is the EAA located? Once at the EAA, report to your supervisor or roll taker. DO NOT re-enter the building until instructed to do so by the emergency response team. Medical Emergencies Stay with the victim
DO NOT attempt to move them
Have someone notify supervisor/plant management as soon as possible
Have someone phone 9-1-1 (a supervisor if possible)
CPR : Only administer CPR/First Aid if you have been trained
Send a runner to meet the emergency crew
Comfort the victim and ensure them that help is on the way Bomb Threats Take all bomb threats seriously
Get as much information from the person as possible
Where is the bomb?
What does it look like?
When will it go off?
Why was it planted?
Who is calling?
Immediately notify your supervisor or plant manager.
Once evacuation has occurred, proceed to the EAA, no one may enter the plant without authorization from the fire or police departments. Any Questions?
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