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Earthquake and Tornadoes

In the event of an earthquake, tremor, or tornado:

  1. Remain Calm
  2. Immediately take cover in a doorway or under a sturdy desk.
  3. Remain inside the building and keep away from windows, overhead fixtures, tall bookcases, or any large object that may topple you.
  4. Earthquakes, tremors and tornadoes are normally short-lived. You will be notified if you are to evacuate the building.
  5. Following an earthquake, tremor or tornado, do not use the elevators until they have been certified as operable. Make absolutely certain the elevators are certified as operable before you attempt to use them.

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