Emergency Exit and Call Procedures
As a reminder, if you need to report an emergency from any campus landline phone, please dial 9-911 (9 for an outside line followed by standard 911) to request fire, police or ambulance services. Please give the address of the location where the emergency is and make sure someone around you is assigned to go out front of the building to meet emergency personnel and bring them inside (if you are needing an ambulance or other security issue as opposed to a fire where you should be exiting the building). Please make sure to inform a supervisor of the incident as soon as it is safe to do so for follow up.
In the event of a fire alarm sounding, exit the building immediately. Do not try to finish any work, but head to the closest EAP (emergency access point) and check in with your supervisor/team lead; managers and/or team leads will check in with the emergency coordinator (for Welch Rd., that would be one Christy Baker, Amanda Sullivan or Brittany Johnson; for Arastradero, that would be Monique Bertrand or Karla Penados). If you are on the second or third floors, use the stairwell and not the elevator. Individuals needing assistance to exit down stairs will be helped by the building response team. Please wait for an all clear from the fire department before returning to the building.
Emergency Assembly Point (EAP) gathering location:
1070 Arastradero – There EAPs both in front of Arastradero in the parking lot directly in front of the building and in the back parking lot. Exit to whichever point is safest to do so. If possible, gather at back parking lot EAP.
800 Welch/780 Welch – Front of building near sidewalk.
777 Welch – When facing Welch Rd., the EAP is in the far right corner of the parking lot near the sidewalk on the LPCH side of the building.
Other building locations-check with your building administrator, with Christy or refer to the EAP map for the university for all other sites