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CAMPUS EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS TRAINING SERIES BUILDING EMERGENCY PLAN PRESENTATION Ron Wright, Director Emergency Preparedness & Planning Campus Emergency Preparedness & Planning Office 205 South Martin Jischke Drive (765) 494 -0446
Overview BEP Basic Information Building Contact Information Any Critical Operations Notification Procedures Automated External Defibrillator Locations, if applicable Emergency Procedures Evacuation Procedures Building Specific Emergency Assembly Area Shelter In Place Procedures/Locations All Clear Procedures Guidelines for People Requesting Additional Assistance Points of Contact
Your Building Emergency Plan (BEP) Designed to provide students, faculty, staff, and visitors information about: Shelter in place and Evacuation procedures for natural & human-caused events. REMEMBER, WHEN YOU HEAR: ØALL HAZARDS OUTDOOR SIRENS immediately seek shelter (Shelter-In-Place) in a safe location within closest facility ØFIRE ALARMS immediately evacuate the building and move to a safe location In both cases, you should seek additional clarifying information by all possible means…Purdue Homepage, TV, radio, email, etc.
Your Building Emergency Plan (cont) As a building occupant, you need to be familiar with your specific building emergency plan. Read it carefully. If you have any questions, consult your Building Deputy, Department Safety Coordinator or Safety Committee representative. Be familiar with the flip-style Purdue Emergency Procedures Guide…located on the Emergency Preparedness website: http: //www. purdue. edu/emergency_preparedness/ Know the following: The Purdue Emergency Warning Notification System—Purdue ALERT Evacuation routes, exit points, and where to report for roll call after evacuating When and how to evacuate the building Safe locations to shelter in place Locations of emergency materials that may be needed in an emergency such as emergency telephones and fire pull alarms Procedures for notifying emergency responders…dial 911 for any emergency Additional building specific procedures and requirements Your BEP is available at (add location where building occupants can obtain/view their specific BEP)
Building Contact Information Building Name: Building Deputy: Email: Address: Telephone #: Alternate Building Deputy: Email: Telephone #:
Building’s Critical Operations This slide is applicable if you have critical operations within your facility that needs to be communicated to building occupants. Critical operations are defined as any potentially hazardous operations located in your facility that requires preplanning for evacuation and/or shelter in place events. This information must be readily available to First Responders to assist them in their emergency response. Include any specific directions for building occupants (based on building critical operations).
Notification Procedures Immediate Emergency Notification: Dial 911 from a public or campus telephone. For Non-Emergency Notifications call: Building Deputy Phone Number: (ADD APPROPRITAE #) Purdue Fire Department: 494 -6919 Purdue Police Department: 494 -8221 Radiological & Environmental Management: 494 -6371 Physical Facilities Services: 494 -9999 Physical Facilities Services Zone: (ADD APPROPRIATE #)
Purdue ALERT—Our Emergency Warning Notification System All-Hazards Outdoor Emergency Warning Sirens (Shelter-In-Place) Fire alarms (Evacuate the building) Text message will be sent (one must opt in to receive a text) See http: //www. purdue. edu/securepurdue/ to sign up An e-mail will be sent to all people with a purdue. edu address University Residences personnel will be notified. They activate their procedures to alert people in individual halls via their resident assistants, phones, and signage. The Purdue home page (www. purdue. edu) will be updated. The home page is the focal point for the most complete information in all campus-related emergencies. Marketing & Media personnel will work with the news media— radio, TV, newspapers, and Internet — to help spread the word. The Boiler Television Emergency Notification System will broadcast emergency information.
Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) An Automated External Defibrillator or AED is a portable electronic device that automatically diagnoses the potentially life threatening cardiac arrhythmias of ventricular fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia in a patient, and is able to treat them through defibrillation, the application of electrical therapy which stops the arrhythmia, allowing the heart to reestablish an effective rhythm. If your department has purchased an AED please specify location (s) here:
Emergency Procedures Purdue’s Emergency Procedures Guide should be periodically reviewed to supplement the BEP information and develop an individual plan of action for emergencies. It can be found on the Emergency Preparedness website: http: //www. purdue. edu/emergency_preparedness/
Evacuation Procedures Immediately obey evacuation alarms and orders. Tell others to evacuate. No one may remain inside a building when an evacuation is in progress. Classes in session must evacuate. If involved with hazardous research or doing a dangerous procedure, immediately shut down operations that could create additional hazards if left unattended. Evacuate as soon as possible. When you evacuate, take keys, coat, purse and any other critical personal items with you to the EAA. REMEMBER, IN CASE OF A FIRE, IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOT DELAY EVACUATION. Close doors as rooms are vacated. Assist those who need help, but do not put yourself at risk attempting to rescue trapped or injured victims.
Evacuation Procedures (cont) Note location of trapped and injured victims and notify emergency responders. Walk calmly but quickly to the nearest emergency exit. Use stairways only. Do not use elevators. Keep to the right side of corridors and stairwells as you exit. Proceed directly to your designated EAA. Stay away from the immediate area near the building you evacuated. Remain in EAA until roll is taken and instructions are given. Do not reenter the building until authorized fire or police department personnel give the “All Clear” instruction.
Building Specific Evacuation Procedures Evacuation procedures must take into account any specific building and occupant needs. Add maps, exit routes, other steps, actions, or precautions specific to your building or work area on this slide
Emergency Assembly Area (EAA) Primary location (should be outside, in an area away from the building): Describe the EAA location and your accounting procedures here. Secondary location (should be inside a nearby building in case of inclement weather): Describe the EAA location and your accounting procedures here.
Shelter In Place Procedures Types: Tornado warning or other severe weather events. Hazardous materials release. Active shooter, building intruder, or civil disturbance. As directed by police personnel for any other situation that requires you to find protection within a building. When to shelter When you hear the All Hazards Outdoor Sirens When directed by police/fire personnel Specify where to shelter in your building
Shelter In Place Procedures (cont) What to do: Proceed to the nearest building and find a safe location (reference BEP or Emergency Procedures Guide for specific guidance). See below table for basic guidance: After getting to a safe location and without jeopardizing your safety, try and obtain additional clarifying information by all possible means possible (e. g. Purdue Homepage, TV, radio, email, etc. ) EMERGENCY ASSEMBLY AREA (EAA)— SHELTER IN PLACE Weather-Related—Tornado Warning Basement corridors, basement offices, basement restrooms Or the lowest level of the building (stay away from windows and doors) Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Release Remain or find an unaffected office or work area and close windows and doors. Seek a safe location, preferable a room without windows that can be locked or secured by barriers. Civil Disturbance—active shooter
Shelter In Place Location (s) Specify where to shelter in your building
All-Clear Procedures Do not re-enter the building until the allclear announcement is given by a Purdue Police or Fire Officer. The All Hazards Outdoor Warning Sirens will not be used to send an all clear signal. Seek additional information by all means possible to include TV and radio channels.
Evacuation Guidelines for People Requesting Additional Assistance Check on people with additional needs during an evacuation. A “buddy system, ” where people with additional needs arrange for volunteers (co-workers) to alert and assist them in an emergency is recommended. Only attempt an emergency evacuation if you have had emergency assistance training or the person is in immediate danger and cannot wait for emergency services personnel. Always ask someone requiring additional assistance how you can help before attempting any emergency evacuation assistance. Ask how he or she can best be assisted or moved, and whethere any special considerations or items that need to come with the person. Faculty and staff who have mobility impairments should let the building deputy or designated building representative know the location of their usual work area and additional needs. An individual that requires additional assistance may fill out the “Voluntary Registry for Persons Requesting Additional Assistance” form located in Appendix C. Purdue Fire Department personnel will assist the individual in developing a personalized response plan for possible emergency incidents. Once all information has been entered on the form it should be hand carried to the Purdue Fire Department or sent by campus mail/U. S. Postal Service.
Points of Contact (list a Point of Contact here) Contact the Campus Emergency Preparedness Office at 4 -0446 Go to the Emergency Preparedness website for planning assistance information: http: //www. purdue. edu/emergency_preparedness/