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FIRE

    • Notify fire department by pulling the pull station. Call Public Safety to provide details.
    • If you have been trained in the use of a portable fire extinguisher and are able to safely extinguish the fire, you may do so.  Be sure you have a safe exit from the area and leave if one extinguisher does not put out the fire.
    • Evacuate the building as soon as the alarm sounds and report to Building Representative.
    • On your way out, warn others nearby.
    • Move away from fire and smoke.  Smoke is the greatest danger in a fire, so stay near the floor where the air is less toxic.
    • Close doors and windows if time permits.
    • Touch closed doors.  Do not open them if they are hot.
    • Use stairs only; do not use elevators.
    • Move to the safe area 200 feet from the building that has been identified by the Director of your department or the instructor.
    • Do not re-enter the building or work area until you have been instructed to do so by the emergency responders.