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Emergency Action Plan

University of Maine Augusta

 

Augusta Campus: All Buildings

 

The major hazard(s) are:

Hazard                                                                              Location

Fire                                                                               Entire Building

Chemical Spill                                                             Entire Building

Explosion                                                                    Entire Building

 

Alarm systems and how to sound the alarm

The evacuation alarm is sounded with an audible alarm and smoke detectors

 

Emergency Evacuation Procedures

In the event that you:

  • discover a fire, chemical spill emergency or explosion;
  • smell smoke or the odor of burning or abnormally hot material (or)
  • the alarm is sounded

 

You shall:

  • Verbally warn others in the area.
  • Activate the fire alarm system (pull stations near the exits).
  • If your workspace is not currently involved and you can do so safely:  shut windows and close the door tightly behind you as you leave.
  • Evacuate the building; do not use an elevator, conducting a minimal sweep for visitors and students on the way out.
  • If you discovered the fire or chemical spill emergency, call 911 from a safe place and inform them of what has happened. 
  • Assemble at the rally point and account for all employees.
  • Call 911 from a safe place and inform them of what has happened.
  • Brief the Fire Department of concerns upon their arrival.
  • Remain at the rally point until the all clear is given by the authorities.

Evacuation Routes / Exit Pathways:  Leave the building by the nearest safe exit.  See building maps and/or attend training. 

 

Augusta Regrouping Areas 

Rally Point:   

Building        

Regrouping Area

Jewett Hall                                                

Bennett D. Katz Library Lobby

Bennett D. Katz Library                           

Jewett Hall Auditorium

Michael Klahr Center 

Jewett Hall Auditorium

Randall Student Center                                          

Bennett D. Katz Library Lobby

Fine Arts Building                                       

Jewett Hall Auditorium

Arts Building  

Jewett Hall Auditorium

Modular Bldg I and II                                 

Jewett Hall Auditorium

Mail Room

Farmhouse

Photography Mod

Farmhouse

Alumni Center                                          

Farmhouse

Robinson Hall                                              

Farmhouse

Stoddard House                                         

Farmhouse

Augusta Civic Center                                 

Farmhouse

Farmhouse 

Alumni Center

Ceramics Studio (Pottery Shop)   

Farmhouse

Gannett Building

Rhines Hill Parking Lot

 

At the rally point, an accounting of employees will be taken by the most senior of the staff available.  If people cannot be accounted for, inform the Emergency Responders. 

 

Reporting medical emergencies:

In the event that you are injured, come upon an injured person, or encounter what you suspect to be blood or other bodily fluids, you shall:

  • Call 911 and inform them what has happened.
  • Call Campus Security at 621-3400 for assistance.
  • If the victim is other than yourself, administer first aid only if you are currently certified and are using the proper personal protective equipment.
  • If the situation involves suspected blood or other bodily fluids and no victim, still call Campus Security at 621-3400.  Keep people away from the suspected bodily fluid.  (DO NOT attempt a clean-up on your own.)

 

Use of Emergency Equipment:

Although it is policy to evacuate in case of a fire, circumstances may dictate that a fire extinguisher is needed. 

DO NOT use a fire extinguisher unless you:

  •          have been trained in the hands-on use of an extinguisher within the last three years.
  •          are able to put out the fire without endangering yourself or others.
  •          have an open path of escape at all times

 

Employees authorized to remain behind to operate or shut down critical operations: 

NONE.

 

Prevention/Follow-up:

  • Periodic safety audits will be conducted by the employees and safety coordinator reducing the risks of hazards within the work spaces.

  • Once the emergency situation has been mitigated, an incident investigation will be completed, and corrective measures will be implemented to prevent future recurrence of the problem. 

  • If an injury is involved then file a first report of injury with Human Resources.

 

Implementation and Maintenance:

  • This plan will be reviewed, trained, and exercised when the plan is first implemented, whenever a new employee is hired, when changes necessitate, or at least once a year.  The training will consist of:
    •    providing a copy of the Emergency Action Plan and evacuation map to the employee;
    •    explaining procedures;
    •    walking through an evacuation; and
    •    answering any questions the employee has.
  • Evacuation drills will also be conducted. 
  • The person(s) responsible for updating and training this Emergency Action Plan is Rob Marden.  He can be reached at 621-3103

 

Revised: 5/15/14