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Evacuation Procedures for Buildings


Thursday, May 21, 2009

Situation Description

Emergency conditions dictate the relocation of all building occupants to locations outside the building. For example, fires, gas leaks, hazard chemical spills and releases within a building, and bomb threats. Conduct evacuations in an orderly manner, with no running and no talking to minimize confusion and allow orders to be heard. The principal or the principal’s designee acting as the IC will be the primary point of contact for District of Columbia Emergency Responders.