Where There’s Fire – Know the
Have any of you ever experienced a fire? What did you learn from it? What, if
anything, would you do different next time? Help stop the spread of
Place the emergency number for
the fire department (in
Identify at least 2 ways out of
your work area.
Know your building’s
Be familiar with the location
of the fire alarm pull stations, and know how to use them.
Know how many doors and/or
desks are between your work area and the nearest exits.
Keep electrical equipment free
from paper and other combustible material.
Participate in all fire drills.
Know your primary and secondary
Smoke only in designated areas,
and use large, not-tip ashtrays.
Keep exits, stairways, and
storage areas free from waste paper, empty boxes, dirty rags, and other fire
Do not plug extension cords
into each other, or overload outlets.
Do not pinch electrical cords
under furniture or baseboards.
Keep fire doors closed, never
prop them open.
Upon evacuation go immediately
to your reassembly area to be accounted.
IGNORE THE FIRE ALARM
If you would like additional safety information or have questions on any fire
or life safety behavior, please call our Community Education office at