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Emergency Preparedness 1
Transcript of Emergency Preparedness 1
Computer Emergency Notification System (CENS) – RESTART your computer nightly to ensure that your CENS updates.
Word of Mouth, Police, Emergency Evacuation Team (EET).
Everbridge Aware Emergency Notification System.
Email and voicemail. Notifications 1. Fire Evacuation
2. Non-Fire Evacuation
6. Active Shooter
7. Shelter-In-Place 7 Types of Emergencies How will you prepare ... At Work? At Home? Upon exiting the building quickly walk to your designated Primary Assembly Area.
Once outside, assemble and be accounted for by your OSI Team Captain. 1. Fire Evacuation 2. Non-Fire Evacuation 3. Earthquake Some emergency events may require relocation from one area of the building to another.
It is important that you are familiar with the building in the event of a relocation.
Follow instructions given to you by Emergency Personnel. 5. Stay-In-Place RUN
FIGHT 6. Active Shooter Proceed to your SIP location when you first receive notification.
Do not return for personal items if away from your work area.
If you are leaving from your work area, take your ID, wallet, purse, and personal items- including 12 hours of medication- with you.
Report to your SIP leader; they will be taking roll call. 7. Shelter-in-Place How prepared are you? Questions? To sign up for Everbridge, please e-mail your Office Emergency Coordinator 4. Relocation 3. If the fire alarm goes off at work, what should you do immediately after evacuating the building?
A. Drive or take the next bus or train home to get far away from the emergency scene and allow first responders to work without interference
B. Go to your emergency assembly point and check in with your supervisor or other designated point of contact
C. Return to the building to retrieve your emergency preparedness kit
D. Wait for instructions near the exit door of the building 2. It is important to assemble an emergency supply kit prior to an emergency because:
A. You can take essential items with you if you need to evacuate quickly
B. Emergency response personnel may not be able to help you right away, so you may need to survive on your own for a while
C. Basic services such as electricity, gas, water, sewage treatment, and telephones may be cut off after the emergency
D. All of the above 1. How does preparing for emergencies enhance the safety of your family and strengthen your ability to carry out your work?
A. Being prepared reassures you that your family has a plan for emergencies.
B. Being prepared enables you and your family to know how to get critical updates during an emergency.
C. Being prepared reassures you that your family knows of alternate ways to communicate while you are at work.
D. All of the above Upon exiting the building quickly walk to your Non-Fire Assembly Area.
Look for the staff holding “OSI/ITS” signs.
Upon arrival at your designated Assembly Area, assemble and be accounted for by your OSI Team Captain. Remain at your desk area.
Doors to your office should be locked.
Do not allow anyone in or out of your office, until notified by the U.S. Capitol Police that the building is clear.
No one will be allowed to enter or exit the building. Shelter where you are until shaking stops.
If in office or enclosed room, drop to the ground; take cover under or next to a sturdy object; cover face and head; hold on until shaking stops.
Stay away from glass, windows, items that could fall on you such as light fixtures, bookshelves, furniture.
Stand in a load-bearing doorway only if close.
Do not use elevators; be ready to assist disabled. Understanding the Signs Permanent or Temporary Disabilities - Madison Building Primary Area of Rescue Assistance: YELLOW Elevator Lobby
Back-Up Area: BLUE Elevator Lobby
Proceed to Back-Up Area of Rescue Assistance ONLY if Primary Area of Rescue Assistance is inaccessible. Permanent or Temporary Disabilities - Adams Building Staging Areas are located in the EAST (3rd St.) and WEST (2nd St.) Elevator Lobbies