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This training exercise will prepare us, as required by Yellow Book, to be ready in case of an emergency. (I'm Mo) and I'm your Team Leader for the Contract Entry Dept. Other Depts have their own team leaders who will be carrying the same training. IN case of a real emergency, if you find yourself in the CE area, you will be following my commands.
The Buddy System.
During our Evacuation Team meeting we decided that the best way to keep us all safe, was to have everyone watch out for everyone else, thus the Buddy System will be implemented in each dept. Basically what the Buddy system is "I look out for my cubicle neighbor, my cubicle neighbor looks out for me." The main purpose of this is so that we all work together to safely evacuate the building in case of an emergency. So if during an evacuation you see that you're "buddy" is either in shock, panicking or unable to breath, or just unable to evacuate by him/herself, it will be your responsibility to either help that person evacuate or notify one of the ETeam Members of the situation so that that person can be evacuated.
My Buddies--
In light of this, we have divided CE into the following buddy-partners:
Row-AL: Steve. Antonella And Jessie.
Row-B: Carlos & Matt
Row-C: Kim, Kathleen & Tim
Row-D: Scott, Alex & Leilani
Row-E: Ashley, May & Tere
Row-F: Maria, Abby & Nele
People with Disabilites:
During an evacuation we need to pay special attention to people who have any medical/physical conditions that would impede or slow their evacuation. In our situation in CE we have 3 people who have asthma. Maria, Kathleen and Antonella. So during any evacuation we need to pay special attention to them and MAKE SURE that they evacuate. Primarily this responsibility will be on their buddies, but if we all can keep an eye out for them will be very helpful.
Types of Emergencies:
We have identified at least 6 possible situations in which either an evacuation or emergency procedure would be needed.
Bomb Threat/Phone Threat
In the event that any of you happen to answer a ringing phone and whomever is calling tells you that a bomb has been placed in the building or makes any other kind of bomb threat, the first thing to do, and depending on the situation, is NOT to hang up the phone and instead try to remain calm, and try to get as much information from the caller, such as where is the bomb at, when is it going off, a name, the gender, does this person have any noticeable accents, try to keep the person in the phone for as long as you can and at the same time try to signal/tell someone to call the Action Team (Shelley & Danene) and/or the police. If the threat is eminent, by which we mean, the caller tells you a bomb is going off in one minute, 30 seconds, or anything that would put anyone at risk, we have decided that the best thing to do is to pull the fire alarm so that evacuation procedures take place.