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2 Building Amenities: On Site Amenities Forum Café Parking Garage Wi-Fi
3 Building Operations: Accounting CP/IPERS Prince Forum, LLC PO Box Pasadena, CA 91189
4 Building Operations: Building Management The staff of Scottsdale Forum is dedicated to making your work environment as safe and pleasant as possible. The Building Office is located in Suite 167. Please do not hesitate to contact the management office at: Phone: Fax: Address: 6263 North Scottsdale Road Suite 167 Scottsdale, AZ Title Name Phone Number Real Estate Robyn Manager Warnica Cell: Assistant Real Estate Manager Building Engineer Lisa Holmes Chris Lehman Cell: Cell:
5 Building Operations: Holidays The Building Holidays observed each year are listed below in order to aid your planning operations during the year. New Year's Day Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day Thanksgiving Day Christmas Day Certain services are not provided on weekends and the holidays listed above.
6 Building Operations: Leasing The leasing company for Scottsdale Forum is Cushman & Wakefield of Arizona, Inc. located at 2555 E. Camelback Rd., Suite 300, Phoenix, AZ The main phone number is Listed below is the contact information for the authorized representatives. Title Senior Director Senior Director Senior Director Name Jerry Noble Pat Devine Greg Mayer Phone Number To view our current space availability, please visit: Scottsdale Forum Leasing Availability
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8 Building Security: Overview During normal business hours, all security assistance calls or questions should be directed to the Office of the Building at After Hours Emergency:
9 Building Security: After Hours Access Access to the building after hours will require a building access card. At move-in, tenants are required to complete the Access Card Request Form so that identification cards for access to the building and after-hours access can be issued for each employee. This form may be also be used any time a new employee is hired, a keycard is lost, or the access status of an employee changes. Please note that that this form includes an "Authorized Signature" block which must be signed and dated by your authorized representative in order for us to process your request.
10 Building Security: Building Access Building Hours Building hours are Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 6:00p.m. and from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Saturday. The building will be on secured access after the Saturday business hours and at all other times.
11 Building Security: General Office Security Please exercise general security precautions at all times in order to deter security issues. For example, keep all suite entry doors locked before and after normal building hours, ask employees to store valuables in a locked desk or cabinet, and notify Management immediately of suspicious persons or loitering.
12 Building Security: Key and Lock Policy Five (5) keys for your main entrance and two (2) ladies restroom keys will be issued at no charge. Any additional keys will be charged at $3.00 each. We suggest that each tenant maintain a list of employees holding keys to your suite(s) and that you collect such keys when employees leave or are terminated. Click here to download a Key Request Form
13 Building Security: Lost and Found Please contact the Management Office at to claim items that have been lost or found in the buildings.
14 Building Security: Property Removal Furniture, computers, or other equipment may be removed only after sufficient notice has been provided to Management. Identification may be requested from the individual removing the item(s). This procedure is in place to deter theft of property from your suite.
15 Building Security: Solicitation Solicitation is not permitted. If someone is soliciting in your suite, then please notify the Management Office at and we will send appropriate personnel to escort them off of the premises.
16 Building Services: Building Signage and Directory Please fill out the tenant suite plaque form with the name of your company as you wish it to be displayed outside your suite door. So that installation can occur prior to your move-in date, we ask that you complete and return these forms to the CBRE Management Office as soon as possible. Please indicate on the enclosed form exactly how you wish your lobby directory strip to read. Your directory strip must be ordered at least three weeks prior to your move in order for installation to occur upon occupancy.
17 Building Services: Cleaning Cleaning Services General office cleaning is provided Monday through Friday during evening hours with the exception of building holidays. Common area cleaning is provided Monday through Friday during normal business hours. Additional cleaning requests such as suite cleaning during the day, washing tenant windows, carpet shampooing, or removing office equipment may be arranged by Management at an additional charge. Please contact Management for any additional cleaning requests or concerns. Trash Disposal When disposing of packing boxes and other materials, please keep them in your suite and mark with the Trash/Basura labels. For all packing boxes, please break them down so they are easier to carry and fit in the trash bins. The nightly janitorial service will dispose of the trash appropriately.
18 Building Services: Elevators No furniture, freight, packages, supplies, equipment or merchandise will be brought into or removed from the Building or carried up or down in the elevators, except upon prior notice to the Management Office, and in such manner in such specific elevator, and between such hours as shall be designated by Landlord. Tenant shall provide the Office of the Building with no less than 24 hours prior notice of the need to utilize an elevator for any such purpose, so as to provide Landlord with a reasonable period to schedule such use and to install padding or take other actions or prescribe procedures as are appropriate to protect against damage to the elevators or other parts of the Building In no event shall Tenant s use of the elevators for any such purpose be permitted during the buildings prescribed business hours.
19 Building Services: Forms For your convenience, we have included downloadable and printable PDF document forms that will expedite various building management service requests. Hard copies of all forms are available from the Property Management Office as well. To view and print PDF files, you need the Adobe Acrobat Reader software. If not already installed on your computer, it can be obtained for free at Building Rules and Regulations Site map that illustrates the basic locations of all utility shut-offs. Emergency Response Fire Plan Power Failure Response Plan Earthquake Response Plan Bomb Threat Response Plan Hazardous Materials Response Plan Workplace Violence Response Plan Elevator Entrapment Response Plan Weather Emergency Response Plan Medical Emergency Response Plan Civil Disturbance Response Plan CB Richard Ellis Regional/Corporate Roster Form Access Card Request Form Key Request Form Owner Roster Form Tenant Roster Form Vendor Roster Form Tenant Information Emergency Form
20 Building Services: HVAC HVAC Services Heating and air conditioning are provided Monday through Friday, from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Saturdays. You may arrange to have heating and air conditioning service to your suite before or after these hours at an additional charge as determined by your lease. Please contact Management regarding any heating or cooling problems in your suite.
21 Building Services: Mail Service Mailboxes are located on the 1st Floor of the North Lobby.
22 Building Services: Maintenance It is the responsibility of the Property Manager or their designate to assure that applicable equipment and systems are maintained, repaired, tested and operated according to all national, state and local codes that may apply. In the event that a local code may conflict with CB Richard Ellis standards, policies or procedures, such code shall take preference and govern the work. The Property Manager shall: Obtain copies of all codes applicable to the engineering aspects of the property and review them as needed. If necessary, revise current operating practices to comply with local codes. Any changes that conflict with established CB Richard Ellis policies and procedures shall be documented with explanations and copies of the codes being conformed to and changes being made to comply with local standards. Document all correspondence with any agency issuing a code violation notice and establish a dialogue with the agency to ensure a productive negotiating atmosphere. This will allow time for review, compliance or changes to the procedures. Establish a library in the engineering office that includes copies of the National Electric Code (NEC) and National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) codes that apply to the property and systems, any insurance carrier requirements for testing and maintenance of building systems and any local codes that may be above and beyond the normal policies and procedures.
23 Emergency Procedures: Introduction This Emergency Procedures Manual applies to The Scottsdale Forum located at 6263 North Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, Arizona CB Richard Ellis property managers are responsible for emergency procedure planning, coordinating training, updating and putting a plan into execution at each asset under their management. Property managers must update this template to reflect the unique conditions at their properties. This manual should be reviewed at least annually and updated as needed. The type and frequency of potential disasters that could affect a property can be classified as natural or person-made disasters. Natural disasters for the most part are geographic, while person-made disasters could be common to most properties. The primary consideration in emergency planning is protecting human life. Protecting property and resuming business operations are important, but protecting lives must always come first. Paramount in emergency planning is ensuring that all plausible emergency types are considered in the planning process. Success in dealing with disasters is contingent upon the following: Planning: Identifying both natural and person-made disasters that could affect the property and developing measures on how to respond to potential emergencies. Coordinating: Incorporating support from local government, civic agencies and contractors that would be available to help both during and after the disaster. Training: Developing a training program for emergency management team members to ensure they know their responsibilities in dealing with disaster. Updating: Periodically updating the plan as situations at or around the property change. Executing: When a disaster happens, putting the emergency plan into action, realizing that as the situation develops, adjustments may be necessary. Click here to download an Emergency Procedures Manual
24 Emergency Procedures: Bomb Threat IN THE EVENT OF A BOMB THREAT, THE PERSON RECEIVING THE CALL SHOULD DO THE FOLLOWING: 1. REMAIN CALM. 2. Do not try to transfer the call. 3. Ask the caller each question on the attached form and write the reply down while talking. 4. Instruct another individual to notify the Scottsdale Police Department: 911 while caller is on still on the phone. 5. Notify the Building Management Office: The Management Office will advise all tenants that a bomb threat has been made on the building. Emergency instructions or the report of a false alarm will be conveyed to your office. Tenants are not encouraged to leave their offices except at the direction of either the Police or Fire departments: however, this is a decision to be made by the tenant. If you are asked to evacuate, please take all personal items with you. We also request that you constantly be alert to anyone in the building who appears suspicious. Report such persons to the Building Management Office Also, if you see a suspicious object, DO NOT TOUCH IT. First, call the Bomb Squad, Scottsdale Department: 911, then call Building Management Office: Click here to download an Emergency Response Bomb Threat Plan
25 Emergency Procedures: Civil Disturbance ACTION FOR RIOT OR PUBLIC DISTURBANCE 1. General Precautions: If participants enter your suite, be courteous and do not provoke an incident. Call the Police Department, 911, and notify the Building Management Office. However, avoid unnecessary inquiry that will tie up communication systems. 2. Building Services: In the event of a riot or public disturbance, the Building Management Office Manager may find it necessary to limit some service or to restrict access to the building to protect tenants and their property. Click here to download a Civil Disturbance Response Plan
26 Emergency Procedures: Earthquake 1. If possible, try to get under a solid desk or table: or stand in a doorway or against an interior wall (without glass). 2. Stay away from the windows. REMAIN CALM. 3. Remember that you are probably safer in the building than in the street. 4. Do not attempt to leave the building. Do not use the stairwells or the elevators until you are officially advised it is safe to do so. ACTION TAKEN IMMEDIATELY AFTER AN EARTHQUAKE as soon as the tremor had subsided do the following: A. Shut off any valves and switches in your suite for gas, electric, water. NOTE: These are to remain off until a determination is made that the lines are not damaged. B. Close blinds to prevent injury from glass. C. Cover equipment to minimize water damage from overhead pipe breaks. D. Notify Building Management of: Structural damage or broken windows Power outage Personal injuries Restrict telephone usage to emergency communications EVACUATION Evacuation is only pursued if there is imminent personal danger. The decision to evacuate is made by the Fire Department personnel. Click here to download an Earthquake Response Plan
27 Emergency Procedures: Elevator Malfunction If you are in the elevator and it stops for no apparent reason,, remember to remain calm. Pressing the emergency button within the cab will alert Building Management that the elevator is malfunctioning. The cab number will be identified, and so too, the specific floor on which it is stuck. The Guard will establish two-way communication with elevators occupants until help has arrived. In the event of a power outage, elevators will continue to operate using our emergency power generator. Should an outage occur, elevator lights will remain on, but the car itself will temporarily cease moving. Each elevator will automatically return to the lobby, their doors will open, and they will remain inoperable until the power has been restored. IN THE EVENT OF A FIRE, ELEVATORS MUST NOT BE USED FOR EVACUATION. USE THE STAIRWELLS. Click here to download an Elevator Entrapment Response Plan
28 Emergency Procedures: Emergency Contacts All Emergencies 911 Building Management Office Building Security/After Hours Emergencies Fire Department (non Emergency) Police Department (non Emergency) Hospital Important notes If you call 911 as a result of a medical emergency, please be sure also to notify building management with your name, callback number, and location so that security may swiftly guide the paramedics to your exact location. If the audible alarm within the building sounds, please do not call the Management Office, unless you have something specific to report. Building Management is aware of the noise, as well as the source of the alarm, whether it s false or a legitimate emergency. Please keep the telephone lines clear so that Management may to attend to the situation as quickly and efficiently as possible. Click here to download a Tenant Roster Form Click here to download a Vendor Roster Form Click here to download an Owner Roster Form Click here to download a CB Richard Ellis Regional/Corporate Roster Form Click here to download a Tenant Information Emergency Form
29 Emergency Procedures: Evacuation Emergency Evacuation Assembly Areas 1st through 3th Floors: Parking lot of the Hilton EVACUATION PROCEDURES A full building evacuation rarely becomes necessary, but when the decision to evacuate has been made, it is important to clear the building in a calm and orderly manner. Property Management Team Prevention Responsibilities Maintain up-to-date set of floor plans for building. Be knowledgeable of emergency exits and emergency evacuation routes. Incident Responsibilities Announce evacuation over the public address system. Provide information to police and fire department personnel. Direct evacuees to refuge Keep evacuated floors empty until an "all clear" is given by police or fire department. Notify Regional Manager and owner Tenant Floor Wardens Prevention Responsibilities Maintain up-to-date set of floor plans for building. Be knowledgeable of emergency exits and emergency evacuation routes. Maintain an up-to-date list of all personnel requiring assistance if evacuation is required. Inspect and ensure that all emergency exits are accessible. Incident Responsibilities Instruct occupants to walk down three floors and reenter at a safe refuge floor. If safety is threatened, occupants should continued down the stairs, exit the building and proceed to an outside designated safe refuge area. At the safe refuge area, take a head count Ask if anyone knows if anyone is missing. If someone is missing, give report to Fire/Life Safety Director of Fire Department Remain with occupants; keep them grouped, quiet and calm and await further instructions. Floor Searchers Prevention Responsibilities Know building emergency procedures. Know the office floor plan, the location of individual offices and location of stairwell exits: DO NOT USE ELEVATORS. Know the locations of all pull stations and fire extinguishers and how they operate. Incident Responsibilities Check all rooms, including restrooms, conference rooms, computer rooms and remote areas on the floor Advise any remaining personnel on the floor of the emergency and insist on their evacuation. Evacuate non-employees from the floor Coordinate with the Tenant Floor Warden to evacuate mobility-impaired persons who require assistance. Close all doors as each area is evacuated to reduce the flow of air that may feed a fire. Do not lock doors. Report to Tenant Floor Warden when the area has been evacuated.
30 Handicapped Persons Prevention Responsibilities Tenant Floor Wardens and Fire/Life Safety Director should maintain a list of people requiring assistance during an emergency. Each handicapped person must be assigned a "buddy" to assist in evacuation. Visually Impaired Incident Responsibilities The buddies should ask the handicapped individuals how best ro render assistance to the stairwell and lead them to safety. It is important that the buddy remain with the person until the emergency is over. Physically Disabled/Non-Ambulatory Incident Responsibilities Move the disabled person into the stairwell for safety If it becomes necessary to move the disabled person down the stairs, various lifting and carrying techniques can be utilized as advised by the disabled. Elevators should not be used. It is important that the buddy remain with the person until the person until the emergency is over. Click here to see site map that illustrates the basic locations of all utility shut-offs.
31 Emergency Procedures: Fire & Life Safety Building Emergency Features The building emergency features are described below. 1. Fire Alarm Signal If a fire emergency occurs in the building, the horns will sound; giving off short whoops throughout the building, and a pre-recorded message in a female voice will be heard stating: "ATTENTION, PLEASE. ATTENTION, PLEASE. The signal tone you just heard indicates a report of a fire in the building. If your floor evacuation signal sounds after the message, walk to the nearest stairway and leave the floor. All handicapped occupants shall follow the building evacuation plan. While the report is being verified, occupants on other floors should await further instructions." Fire Alarm Signal (continued) If there is a second sound of the horns after the message, the building should be evacuated immediately. The second set of horns will be heard on the floor of annunciation and the floor above. Only those floors hearing the horns after the message need evacuate at this time. Occupants should go to the nearest stairwell and await direction from their floor evacuation director. Proper and orderly evacuation is essential. Additional time needed to evacuate upper floors makes cooperation and precision critical. Complete evacuation of the building may not be necessary. 2. Emergency Exits The building has two stairwells: Stairwell #1, located on the south side connects levels to the lobby and exits directly into the south side of the lobby. Stairwell #2, located on the north side, connects levels to the lobby and exits directly into the north side of the lobby. Emergency Exits (continued) Stairwell floor exit doors and tenant entrance doors are normally locked from the stairwell side. Upon any alarm condition, the stairwell doors will automatically unlock. This will allow access onto any floor in case crossover from one stairwell to the other is required. 3. Manual Alarms The horns, strobes and initial message may be activated by pulling one of the red alarm boxes located adjacent to the exit stairwells on the north side of the building core, which is centrally located in the building and throughout the floor areas. This activates an alarm at the Fire Alarm Panels located in the lobby and sends a signal to an outside monitoring company. 4. Smoke Detectors Smoke detectors are located throughout the building in the heating, air conditioning and ventilation system ducts, elevator lobbies and corridors. Activation of any smoke detector will activate the audible and visual alarm. Activation of the elevator lobby smoke detectors will recall all elevators in the building and return them directly to the lobby. 5. Sprinklers Located in the ceilings, the sprinkler system is always full of water and is backed-up by a diesel engine operation a pump. Each sprinkler head is activated when its heat responsive element releases at a temperature of approximately 165 degrees F. Each sprinkler head has the
32 releases at a temperature of approximately 165 degrees F. Each sprinkler head has the capability of delivering approximately 25 gallons of water per minute. Activation of a sprinkler head will activate the audible and visual alarms throughout the building. It will also generate an alarm to the Fire Department. 6. Elevators Elevators penetrate all floors that they service. By creating this penetration per floor, a vertical shaft becomes established. As heat from a fire rises (chimney effect), an induction is created in the elevator shaft. If a person enters an elevator that stops on a floor and the doors open, the fire will enter into the shaft due to this induction and attempt to rise up the shaft. Elevators are operated by electricity, and if the fire is electric in origin, the power may be cut off, potentially trapping anyone in the elevator. Induction would still occur and the shaft would fill with smoke, eventually penetrating and filling the cab as well. This is precisely why elevators should never be used as a means of exit during a fire emergency. 7. Safe Refuge Areas Safe Refuge areas inside or outside building provide a limit of protection. Any floor three or more above or below the fire floor is usually deemed a Safe Refuge Area. Outside Safe Refuge Areas are: east on north side of property from stairwell #1; the main plaza from stairwell #2. It is important for occupants to proceed out of the way of incoming emergency personnel and to stay a minimum of 300 feet from the building. Tenant Floor Wardens will take a head count at each designated Safe Refuge Areas. BUILDING EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM (BERT) The Building Emergency Response Team includes the Fire/Life Safety Director, Chief Engineer, Chief of Security and Tenant Floor Wardens. At properties where every defined team member is not available, the property manager or their designate is responsible. The responsibilities of the team member include: Fire/Life Safety Director Prevention Responsibilities Supervise and monitor the Fire Safety Program Be completely familiar with the Fire Safety Plan Organize Fire Safety Plan and fire prevention training for all staff and tenants Maintain a list of all individuals requiring special assistance in the event of an emergency Assign and maintain an up-to-date list of Tenant Floor Wardens Conduct fire drills and evaluate the effectiveness of the Fire Safety Plan Supervise a sound fire prevention program that includes regular inspections Supervise regular inspections of fire and life safety equipment Supervise regular inspections of fire exits to be sure they are passable Maintain the Tenant Emergency Information forms Fire/Life Safety Director (continued) Incident Responsibilities Designates the appropriate response to emergency incidents Reports fire to the fire department Chief Engineer & Staff Prevention Responsibilities Maintain up-to-date set of floor plans Maintain up-to-date set of plans and/or diagrams of building mechanical systems
33 Maintain and regularly test building alarm system Maintain and regularly test sprinkler and standpipe systems Incident Responsibilities Conduct safety checks on equipment and systems if an emergency occurs Offer assistance to emergency response units Chief of Security Prevention Responsibilities Ensure that all security personnel are familiar with the Emergency Response Plans Incident Responsibilities Evacuate dangerous areas during an emergency Assume emergency responsibilities during emergency situations in the absence of the Fire/Life Safety Director Tenant Floor Wardens Prevention Responsibilities Be completely familiar with the floor arrangement, the number of floor occupants and the location of floor exits Make new employees aware of the Fire Safety Plan Attend training sessions conducted by the Fire/Life Safety Director Notify the Assistant Floor Wardens when he/she is away from the building Tenant Floor Wardens (continued) Prevention Responsibilities (continued) Formulate the traffic pattern to use for emergency stair exits Maintain an up-to-date list of all personnel requiring assistance if evacuation is required Know location and usage of fire fighting equipment on the floor Periodically check fire extinguishers for a current servicing tag Inspect and ensure that all emergency exits are accessible Check daily for fire hazards Incident Responsibilities Take necessary action to prevent panic Assure that all persons on the floor are notified of fire and all are evacuated to safe areas Conduct a search of common areas for persons and evacuate them to safe areas TRAINING AND DRILLS Each tenant will receive a Tenant Move-In Handbook that describes the basic procedures a tenant should follow in an emergency. Fire Drills The main purpose of a scheduled fire drill is to familiarize tenants and property staff with fire evacuation procedures while monitoring the tenants' response. In the event of an actual fire alarm, the procedure for a Code Red Alarm will be implemented. Partial building fire drills will be performed quarterly as scheduled at the beginning of each calendar year. All property staff will be assigned different areas of responsibility. The Fire Marshall requires that all floors and occupants participate a minimum of once annually in a fire drill, thus dictating that 25 percent of the building be completed quarterly. The first stage of the fire drill will begin at 1:30 p.m. with a series of intentional alarms activated approximately every 20 minutes and concluded at approximately 3:30 p.m. This is a total of five separate alarms, each consisting of three floors with the alarm being activated on the center of the three floors. Fire Drills (continued)
34 Several key personnel will be strategically placed to facilitate the intent of this fire drill. They will be referred to as the Fire Brigade and will have designated positions during the fire drill as follows: An Assistant Manager will proceed to the floor above the alarming floor to monitor The Assistant Chief will proceed to the device to initiate on the alarming floor and monitor the floor after initiation of alarm. An Assistant Manager will proceed to the floor below the alarming floor to monitor. The Fire Marshall will remain at large for observation and visibility throughout these three floors during the fire drill. Four Engineering personnel will monitor stairwell E and F; two in each stairwell, one on the floor above and one on the floor below. NOTE: Due to the additional stairwells from levels five and down LL2, additional engineers will be needed to assist in the fire drill as the fire drill schedule dictates. The Chief Engineer will proceed to the fire control center and will be responsible for monitoring and dispersing the functions of the Fire Brigade. Fire Drills (continued) A Security Officer will proceed to operate the fire command center, responding in the same way as if the alarm was real. The Security Captain will monitor the Security Officer. Security will maintain position at the console to assist the Captain with the fire drill procedure. Before initiating the fire drill's first stage the Security Captain will announce the Fire Drill Pre-announcement over the All Call on the fire speaker system. After this announcement, the Chief Engineer will ask the Fire Brigade to acknowledge that they are in position. The Chief Engineer will place all elevators on bypass, except for the passenger elevators servicing the floors being drilled. After the Fire Brigade has made its acknowledgements, the Assistant Chief will reply that the intentional alarm is ready to be initiated. At this time, the alarm will be initiated by means of synthetic smoke, after which the Assistant Chief will reply that the alarm device has been activated. Fire Drills (continued) Once the whoopers and recorded voiced voice announcement have been activated, the Fire Brigade on the tenant floors will proceed to walk around the floors, monitoring the tenants, ensuring that the Fire Wardens are closing the exterior office doors, assisting the handicapped to the stairwells, and ensuring that everyone has evacuated the floor. Meanwhile, the Manager will record which floors are being drilled, the time the alarms are initiated and the time that the floors are reported as clear. The Manager will ensure that the elevator control panel is operating correctly, i.e, indicator lights are functioning and by-pass switches are operating. The Manager or designee will verify that all elevators have returned to the lobby. Elevators that do not return will investigated to determine the cause. The Manager or designee will inform people in the affected elevator lobby that a fire drill is being conducted and the elevators will be back in service in five minutes. As the tenants enter the stairwell, the stairwell Fire Brigade personnel will direct them down three floors below the floor that they have evacuated. The stairwell brigade will remind evacuating tenants not to disembark on any other floor, unless advised, and to stay against the wall. As the tenants begin to clear the floor, all four stairwell Fire Brigade personnel will need to move down three floors along with the tenants. Fire Drills (continued) After the Floor Wardens and Assistant Floor Wardens have ensured the floors are completely evacuated, the Chief Engineer will give the all-clear to the Security Officer, who will then proceed as follows: Activate the stairwell door release button. Reset the alarm on the fire console. Make the fire drill all-clear announcement for the stairwells and affected floor only. Remove all elevators from by-pass. After ensuring that the stairwells are clear and the alarm is de-activated completely. All Floor Wardens and Assistant Floor Wardens will meet on the floor of occurrence to evaluate the thoroughness of the fire drill with the tenant participants. The Assistant Manager in charge of fire training will take notes on deficiencies. After a brief discussion, the Floor Wardens and Assistant Floor Wardens will reorganize to initiate the next stage of the fire drill until all five areas have been completed.
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