Emergency Preparedness

When a disaster or emergency situation arises, the primary aim of the response is to ensure the safety of all people on the premises, preserve life and protect property.

What to do for an Evacuation:

In the event of an alert to evacuate (either verbal, automatic alarm or manual alarm) and the threat is immediate, all consumers, employees, visitors, contractors and guests must:
  1. Exit using the nearest safe exit and meet in assigned meeting area (muster point)
  2. Assist people with disabilities and/or special needs
  3. Assigned student/employee is to collect visitor sign-in sheet and student/employee attendance records
  4. Assigned student/individual is to check attendance at assigned meeting area with the attendance records
  5. Remain at the assigned meeting area (muster point) until advised by teacher/principal/supervisor that it is ok to leave the meeting area

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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