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Emergency evacuation instructions and maps are posted at strategic locations on our campuses for viewing by the college community.
Immediately get to a safe location and call Campus Police if you discover any of the following events requiring evacuation:
When an alarm sounds or if you are instructed to evacuate by a college representative:
If safe to do so, as you are leaving:
If you are unable to leave the building immediately (because of a physical disability, injury, or obstruction):
All fires occurring on campus must be reported to the Campus Police Department, including those that have been extinguished. Smoke is the greatest danger in a fire. Stay near the floor where the air will be less toxic as you evacuate. If clothing is on fire:
Do not switch on lights or any electrical equipment, including use of telephone or two-way radio. Remember, electrical arcing can trigger an explosion. Follow evacuation procedures and immediately call Campus Police from a safe location.
Immediately take cover under tables, desks, and other objects which will give protection against falling glass or debris. Follow evacuation procedures after the effects of the explosion have subsided.