Evacuation

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The primary purpose for evacuating is to put distance between you and the hazard. Depending on the type of emergency, evacuation procedures may vary. Click to the appropriate hazard type for specific action guidelines.


Action Guidelines

  • Leave the area immediately. Take personal items (keys, wallet, cell phone etc.) if safe to do so
  • Assist individuals with disabilities
  • Do not use elevators
  • Go to designated evacuation assembly area, unless otherwise instructed
  • Provide relevant information (i.e. unaccounted/trapped persons) to emergency responders
  • Do not return until cleared to do so by emergency responders

EMERGENCY GUIDE TABLE OF CONTENTS: 

Emergency Guide Home
CRITICAL INFORMATION: 
Reporting an Emergency Evacuation
Important Phone Numbers Shelter-In-Place
Emergency Notification Individuals with Disabilities
SPECIFIC ACTION GUIDELINES: 
Active Shooter/Armed Intruder Hurricane
Bomb Threat Medical
Concerning Behavior Suspicious Activity
Explosion Utility Failure
Fire Weather
Hazardous Materials
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES: 
Crime Prevention Personal Preparedness