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Critiquing An Emergency Plan
Transcript of Critiquing An Emergency Plan
Accessible: Posted on bulletin board in lunch room
First aid kit available & - effective on a monthly basis
Incorporation of vulnerable
Simple and realistic
Emergency contact list
Supervisor knew the location of the plan
Square One Floor Plan
Actual Emergency Plan
Urban Planet Floor Plan
- First meeting
- Set team direction and behaviours
- Inertia period (stand still)
Phase Two (Mid-life crisis):
- Moves out of inertia period
- Recognizes work needs to be done
- Burst of activity
- Drop old patterns and adopt new ones
Retrieved from: https://sandeepartly.wordpress.com/punctuated-equilibrium-model/
1. Add contact information onto the emergency plan
2. Create specific roles for employees
3. Attach a floor plan, outlining the location of exits, fire extinguishers, fire alarms, first aid kits etc.
4. Train all employees about what to do in case of an emergency and practice regularly
5. Train all employees on how to use relevant equipment
1. Group Process
2. Video & Activity
3. Introduction of floor plan, location -
importance and relevance
4. Emergency plan currently in place
7. Activity #2
8. Our Recommendations
9. Our Limitations
11. Final Conclusion/Summary
Maria Monica Del Prado
Punctuated Equilibrium Model
Q & A
Floor plan does not indicate alternative routes, exits, fire extinguishers, and first aid kits.
Plan does not indicate the designated meeting place.
Plan does not have a list of employee contact information
Plan is only for the case of an evacuation.
Does not state the nearest exit to the outside of the mall
Plan is not tailored to the actual location
Plan is not eye-catching
Plan was not discussed to employees and they were not trained on emergency preparedness.
Does not consider the vulnerable population as much.
No separate plans for other hazards
Eaton Center Shooting - February 2012
Gebbie, K.M. & Qureshi, K. (2002). Emergency and disaster preparedness: Core competencies for nurses. Journal of Nursing, 102(1), 46-51.
Raw Security Footage from 2012 Eaton Centre Shooting.
, 11 October 2014. Retrieved from www.youtube.com/watch?v=DsMfpQPnrEg
Retrieved from: http://www.shopsquareone.com/map
6. Notify all employees about where the document is located and create a more visually appealing document
7. Provide employees with the disaster/emergency plan in their employment manual
8. Create a emergency/disaster plan for confinement
9. Have a disaster/emergency week, with incentives for employees
Lack of information or access to information
Lack of knowledge and experience
Inability to access the process in which it was created
1. What do you think was done well?
2. What do you think could've been done better?
3. What special considerations do you think need to be taken in account for a shopping mall?
4. What do you think are the most common emergencies or disasters that happen in malls?