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What to do if Your Exit is Blocked by Smoke

  1. Stay calm and crawl low in smoke.  The air is easier to breathe near the floor.
  2. If trapped in a room, then close all the doors between you and the smoke.  Seal the cracks around the doors and vents.
  3. Signal at the window to rescuers.  If there is a phone in the room, then give the fire department your exact locations, even if they are on the scene.

All Clear Signal

The fire department will inform the Building Engineer when it is safe for employees to return.  The Building Engineer will give an “all clear” signal and notify employees that they may return to the building.  Please re-enter the building in an orderly fashion.

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