1. Make sure everyone is aware of the emergency plan and knows where to go.
This is important so that everyone knows what to do in the event of an emergency. The emergency plan should include information on where to go in the event of an evacuation.
2. Close all doors and windows.
Closing all doors and windows can help protect people from smoke and fumes, and can help keep the building secure.
3. Turn off all lights and electronics.
Turning off all lights and electronics can help conserve energy and prevent fires from starting.
4. Collect your emergency evacuation bag.
The emergency evacuation bag should contain essential items that you may need during an evacuation, such as a flashlight, batteries, first-aid kit, etc.
5. Proceed to the designated exit point.
When an emergency occurs, it is important to proceed to the designated exit point as quickly as possible. Follow the instructions of emergency personnel once you reach the exit point.
6. Keep in line and follow instructions from emergency personnel.
It is important to stay in line and follow the instructions of emergency personnel during an evacuation. This helps ensure that everyone evacuates safely and quickly.
7. Do not go back inside the building until you have been given the all-clear by authorities.
Once you have evacuated the building, do not go back inside until you have been given the all-clear by authorities.