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1 Fire Safety Plan University Stadium Building # 53 Safety, Health, Environment Effective: March 14, 2018 Revised: December 2014 Revision: 1 Approved on: Pending Approval WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY Contact: Fire Safety Officer, ext. 3887

2 Table of Contents 1.0 Building Profile Introduction Definitions Roles & Responsibilities Occupant Safety Emergency Procedures for Occupants during a Fire Alarm Alternate Measures for Occupant Fire Safety Fire Hazards Duties During a Fire Alarm Duties During a Controlled Evacuation Duties During a Fire Drill Training Appendix 1: Site Plan Maps Appendix 2: Waterloo Fire Department Run Card Appendix 3: Emergency Evacuation Report Appendix 4: Fire Alarm Procedures Poster Page 1 Revision 1 December 2014

3 1.0 Building Profile Building name Building location Building owner Offices Type of building Number of floors University Stadium 81 Seagram Dr. Wilfrid Laurier University 75 University Ave., W. Waterloo, ON N2L 3C5 Recreation and Offices Structural Steel, Cement Block, Concrete, Wood Construction 1 Story Occupant load 1096 Occupancy hours Fire alarm system monitored by WLU SCS Fire alarm system monitoring company Location of fire safety plan Location of lock box Road Access 6:00 am 1:00am Yes No SCS personnel maintain FSPs in patrol cars to be available in case of emergency. All FSPs are posted on None Seagram Dr. Exits Refer to site plans Appendix 1 Elevators Standpipe system No No Siamese connections Yes See Appendix 2 Annunciator panel location Main corridor Refer to Appendix 1 Fire alarm panel location Main corridor Refer to Appendix 1 Hydrants Refer to Waterloo Fire Rescue Run Card Appendix 2 Hose cabinets N/A Portable extinguishers Yes See Appendix 1 Emergency pull stations Refer to site plans Appendix 1 Emergency lighting Emergency power Sprinkler system Smoke control measures Yes No Battery back-up only Yes Yes, Fire rated doors Main hydro panel See Appendix 1 Utility shut off See Appendix 1 Special Extinguishing System Fire Pump No No Note: During 8:30am-4:30pm Emergency Wardens conduct procedures outlined in the following plan. After hours the procedures will be conducted by Special Constable Service. Page 2 Revision 1 December 2014

4 2.0 Introduction This Fire Safety Plan has been prepared for Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario. The plan is based on the Ontario Fire Code (Ontario Regulation 213/07) and as required, it provides an audit of life safety resources in the building, describes the action to be taken in the event of a fire and details maintenance and procedural duties required to provide an appropriate level of life safety in the building. Ontario Regulation 213/07 is a provincial regulation made under Part 4 of the Fire Protection and Prevention Act. The Code requires the owner to be responsible for carrying out the provisions of the Code and defines owner as any person, firm or corporation controlling the property under consideration. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the owner to ensure the plan will result in a safe evacuation of the building. The Fire Protection and Prevention Act states that every person who contravenes any provision of the Fire Code and every director or officer of a corporation who knowingly concurs in such contravention is guilty of an offence and upon conviction is liable to a fine of not more than $100, for companies or corporations or $50, for individuals or imprisonment for a term of not more than one year or both. The Fire Department will assume command upon their arrival at a fire emergency, however, it is the responsibility of the owner(s) to ensure the safety of the occupants at all times. Page 3 Revision 1 December 2014

5 3.0 Definitions Fire Evacuation An immediate evacuation of the affected area and/or building(s) where the fire alarm has been initiated. Controlled Evacuation An immediate evacuation of the affected area and/or building(s) where there has been a chemical spill, physical plant failure, etc. Fire Department Waterloo Fire Rescue will herein be known as the Fire Department. Emergency Evacuation Coordinator (EEC) The Director of Safety, Health, Environment (SHERM) will fulfill the role of EEC and be responsible for duties as specified (refer to section 4.0). Building Evacuation Coordinator (BEC) The BEC is appointed by the EEC or FSO or their delegate (i.e. dean or department chair). The BEC will help supervise evacuations and wardens for their building as specified (refer to section 4.0). Emergency Wardens (EW) EW s are appointed by the BEC, FSO or EEC s delegate, and will be responsible for duties as specified (refer to section 4.0) Area of Refuge A safe area within a building designated by the Fire Safety Officer and approved by the Fire Department for delayed rescue of occupants who are unable to evacuate. 4.0 Roles & Responsibilities Emergency Evacuation Coordinator (EEC) Director Safety, Health, Environment & Risk Management (SHERM) 1. Chair for all fire evacuation procedures. 2. Review Fire Safety Plans for buildings new to Laurier. 3. Appoint BEC s and EW s by directly assigning the position or requesting assistance from the respective chair and/or dean of the faculty. 4. Assist in the control of fire hazards. Fire Safety Officer (FSO) 1. Develop Fire Safety Plans for buildings new to Laurier. 2. Review and maintain existing Fire Safety Plans. 3. Develop and maintain Fire Alarm Procedures. 4. Appoint BEC s and EW s (may involve requesting the assistance from the EEC, Managers, Directors, respective chair and/or dean of the faculty). 5. Maintain BEC/EW volunteer list s for Laurier. Page 4 Revision 1 December 2014

6 Page 5 Revision 1 December 2014 Safety, Health, Environment 6. Provide fire safety, emergency evacuation and fire extinguisher training to EW s, BEC s and other applicable staff as needed. 7. Provide fire safety instruction and guidance to BEC s and EW s as necessary. 8. Provide BEC s with up-to-date floor plans. 9. Provide bump caps to BEC s and EW s as needed. 10. Coordinate and facilitate annual fire drills. 11. Maintain fire drill records. 12. Assist in the control of fire hazards. 13. Perform fire/life safety inspections of all Laurier buildings. 14. Issue permits for hot work activities. 15. Coordinate fire protection system shutdowns and fire watches. 16. Provide previsions of alternate measures for safety of occupants during shutdown of fire protection and life safety systems. 17. Help develop individual evacuation plans for persons with disabilities (this includes persons with temporary mobility difficulties) who require assistance evacuating. Building Evacuation Coordinators (BEC) 1. Be familiar with the Fire Safety Plan. 2. Help coordinate building evacuations. 3. Appoint emergency wardens, if requested to do so by FSO or EEC. 4. Coordinate EW s and review responsibilities and building fire alarm procedures. 5. Define specific areas of the building that each EW is responsible for. 6. Compile a list of persons in your area with disabilities who require assistance evacuating. 7. Define areas requiring special attention (computer rooms, hazardous processes, etc.). 8. Participate in annual fire drills. Report any difficulties, ambiguities and suggestions for improvement to the FSO. 9. During an evacuation, ensure no one re-enters the building until authorized by the fire department or SCS. 10. Advise occupants of the requirement to evacuate the building during a fire evacuation and a controlled evacuation. 11. Appoint an EW to be stationed outside each entrance to the building in order to restrict entry during a fire evacuation or a controlled evacuation. 12. Liaison with the appropriate authorities as applicable. 13. Complete Emergency Evacuation Report after fire evacuations (appendix 3) and submit to the FSO in a timely manner. 14. Wear yellow bump cap during a fire evacuation and controlled evacuation. A list of BEC s at Laurier Waterloo and Laurier s Kitchener Location can be found at: (Click on Emergency Procedures and fire safety, Laurier Waterloo and Laurier s Kitchener Location, Building Evacuation Coordinators and Emergency Wardens ) Emergency Wardens (EW) 1. Be familiar with the Fire Safety Plan. 2. Be familiar with the specific duties and assigned areas. Locate the nearest emergency pull station, fire extinguisher, and emergency exits in your area. Be prepared for changes resulting from building renovations and/or construction projects. 3. Advise occupants of the requirement to evacuate the building during a fire evacuation and controlled evacuation. 4. Supervise a quick and orderly evacuation of occupants (without endangering the life and health of yourself, other emergency wardens or building occupants).

7 5. Inform the BEC of any lengthy absences from the workplace in order that an alternate may be appointed. 6. Participate in annual fire drills. 7. Report difficulties, ambiguities and suggestions for improvement to the BEC or FSO. 8. Inform new employees about fire alarm procedures. 9. Wear red bump cap during a fire evacuation and controlled evacuation. A list of EW s at Laurier Waterloo and Laurier s Kitchener Location can be found at: (Click on Emergency Procedures and fire safety, Laurier Waterloo and Laurier s Kitchener Location, Building Evacuation Coordinators and Emergency Wardens ) Supervisory Staff (in cooperation with EW s) 1. In the event of a fire alarm follow the approved fire alarm procedures (refer to section 5.1) 2. Supervise a quick and orderly evacuation of occupants without endangering the life and health of yourself, BEC s, EW s, or building occupants. 3. Advise occupants of the requirement to evacuate the building during fire evacuations, controlled evacuations and fire drills. Physical Resources (PR) ext Responsible for checking, inspection, and testing of fire/life safety systems. 2. Provide alternate measures for safety of occupants during shutdown of the fire/life safety systems. Special Constable Service (SCS) ext Responsible for maintaining an emergency contact list and implementing the Emergency Response Plan when necessary. 2. Responsible for providing emergency response assistance. 3. Responsible for providing access to Fire Department. 4. Responsible for evacuation duties after normal business hours. 5. Notify Fire Department of any shut downs of fire/life safety systems. AODA Officer Work with persons with disabilities (including persons with temporary mobility difficulties) who require assistance evacuating to develop individualized evacuation plans as per the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and University policy. 5.0 Occupant Safety 5.1 Emergency Procedures for Occupants during a Fire Alarm If you smell smoke, see flames or are alerted to fire: 1. Vacate fire area and close doors. 2. Activate nearest emergency pull station. Attempt to extinguish the fire only if you are trained and can do it safely. 3. Evacuate the building. (DO NOT use elevators). Use an alternate exit if you encounter smoke or fire. 4. Call and Special Constable Service (ext. 3333) from a safe location. Meet EW s (red bump caps) and the Fire Department outside at the designated safe area (refer to Appendix 1). Give them as much information as possible. Report all fires (even those that appear to be out. Page 6 Revision 1 December 2014

8 5. Report the location of anyone still inside the building to the Fire Department. When you hear the alarm: 1. Evacuate the building quickly even if you suspect a false alarm. If it is safe to do so, shut down experiments and hazardous operations, close windows and doors, turn off lights. 2. Proceed quickly to the nearest safest exit. 3. DO NOT use elevators during an alarm. 4. Move to the designated safe area (30 m away from building) as indicated by Emergency Wardens (red bump caps). Do not re-enter the building, even if the alarm stops ringing. Wait for permission to re-enter from the Fire Department, Special Constable Service or Building Evacuation Coordinator. If unable to evacuate: 1. Call and Special Constable Service (ext. 3333) giving your location. 2. A closed door can provide good protection from smoke and fire. Use available material to seal door and air ducts. 3. If smoke enters the room, stay as low as possible as heat and gases tend to rise. 4. Signal your position at a window if possible. Persons with disabilities who are unable to evacuate: Note: Persons requiring an individual evacuation plan, please contact the AODA Officer by at 1. Should shelter in place or move to an area of refuge (if applicable). 2. Call and SCS ext and give your location, if possible advise the BEC or an EW of your location. 3. Close the door (this can provide protection from smoke and fire). 4. Use available materials to seal door and air ducts. 5. If smoke enters the room, stay as low as possible as heat and gases tend to rise. 6. Signal your position at a window if possible. 5.2 Alternate Measures for Occupant Fire Safety 1. In the event that the fire protection system is not functioning properly the Fire Protection System Shut Down procedures must be followed (chick the following link to view the procedures ). Physical Resources will notify the FSO, Laurier community (via ) and Special Constable Service who will then notify the Fire Department ( ) detailing the nature of the shutdown. 2. The FSO will determine the extent of the fire watch. 3. The BEC will then inform the EW s. 4. Notices will then be posed at all entrance/exit doorways by PR detailing the nature of the shutdown. 5. SCS, PR, outside service provider or the contractor who caused the outage will then conduct a fire watch. They will patrol the means of egress access to egress and exits once every hour and log these patrols until the system has been serviced and is functioning properly. Procedures will be followed 24 hours a day seven days a week. 6. In the event that the fire protection system will be out of service for longer than two hours, the building may be closed until the fire protection system is functioning properly. Page 7 Revision 1 December 2014

9 5.3 Fire Hazards In order to avoid fire hazards in the building, occupants are advised to be aware of the following: 1. Open flames, including candles, are not permitted in buildings without permission from SHERM or SCS (except as part of lab work or approved food services). Portable fire extinguishers shall be made available for any activity involving open flames by PR. The person designated to oversee the open flame activity must be trained in the use of portable fire extinguishers. To request permission to use open flames in campus buildings, download the request form from the following link ( click on General Topics, and Open Flames on Campus policy). 2. Smudging of the four sacred medicines (tobacco, sweet grass, sage and cedar) of the Aboriginal people forms part of the Aboriginal culture and heritage. Therefore, the Aboriginal Use of Traditional Medicines policy was created to outlines Laurier s guidelines with respect to smudging in buildings. To view the policy in its entirety and apply for a smudging permit please click on the following link ( click on General Topics, Aboriginal Use of Traditional Medicines ). 3. The Hot Work Program must be followed anytime hot work is performed on Laurier Property. To view this program in its entirety please click on the following link ( click on General Topics, Hot Work Program. 4. Corridors and stairwells must be free and clear of obstructions and any combustible or flammable materials that constitute a fire hazard (Ontario Fire Code ( (1)). 5. Doors located in fire separations must not be propped or wedged open (Ontario Fire Code ( ). Wedges are only permitted as a temporary measure while attended to hold doors open. 6. Fire/life safety equipment including but not limited to; exit signs, fire extinguishers, emergency pull stations and fire hose cabinets must be kept unobstructed at all times. 7. Burnt/smoldering materials should always be saturated with water prior to disposal. 8. Combustible materials must not be allowed to accumulate. 9. Hazardous materials must be cleaned up immediately. 10. Smoking is prohibited inside all buildings. It is also prohibited within 10 meters of any building. To view Laurier s Smoking Policy click on the following link ( click General Topics, Smoking Policy ). 11. Store flammable liquids only in approved locations and in approved safety containers or storage cabinets. 12. Use only appliances which are approved for use in Ontario (CSA, or equivalent). Check appliances, power bar cords and plugs for worn spots and exposed wires regularly. Extension cords are for temporary use only. To view the Safe Management of Electrical Appliances program for proper use of extension cords, power bars etc. chick on the following link ( click on General Topics, Electrical Safety and Safe Management of Electrical Appliances ). 6.0 Duties During a Fire Alarm Building Evacuation Coordinator (BEC) In the event of a fire evacuation, ensure the fire alarm is activated. 1. If possible, bring with you the Fire Safety Plan and building floor plans to the designated safe area. 2. Provide access to the Fire Department, upon their arrival, and inform them of the conditions in the building. 3. Inform the Fire Department of any persons not evacuated. Page 8 Revision 1 December 2014

10 4. Inform the Fire Department and Special Constable Service of the location of person(s) requiring assistance (any person with a disability or injuries) during an evacuation. 5. Relay any information to Special Constable Service or the Fire Department concerning hazardous situations still in operation or hazardous materials in the building. 6. Inform the EW s of the nature of the emergency once it is safe to do so. 7. The Fire Department or Special Constable Service will inform the BEC when it is safe to re-enter the building. The BEC will then inform the EW s who will allow persons to re-enter the building. 8. The BEC must then prepare a written evacuation report (see Appendix 3) and submit it to the FSO in a timely manner. Emergency Wardens (EW) Note: Students, Staff, Faculty and visitor s with disabilities who require assistance evacuating, please contact the AODA Officer ( ), to have an individual evacuation plan created. 1. In the event of a fire evacuation, ensure the fire alarm is activated and call 911 from a safe location. 2. Supervise the quick and orderly evacuation of occupants without endangering the life and health of yourself, other EW s or building occupants. This includes instructing occupants of the need to evacuate and guiding building occupants to the nearest safest exit and designated safe area (see site plans Appendix 1 for exits and designated safe areas). 3. EW s may take any action necessary to prevent panic. 4. Communicate with faculty to determine if there are any students/staff with disabilities or injuries who requiring assistance. 5. Encourage someone remain with and/or help any person requiring assistance to the closest exit, or help evacuate the occupant with the consent of both parties. If this is not possible, ensure those with disabilities or injuries who are unable to evacuate shelter in place or are moved to an area of refuge (if applicable). If unable to shelter in place, move the person(s) to an exit stairwell ensuring the means of egress is maintained for other occupants. The actual physical rescue of an individual requiring assistance should be done by the Fire Department. 6. Request that faculty assist with the orderly evacuation of persons in the class they are teaching during an evacuation, this includes assisting students, staff, faculty and visitors with disabilities. 7. If safe to do so, check that all fire doors are closed before leaving the evacuation area. 8. Report to the BEC the location of any person waiting evacuation (i.e. students, staff, faculty or visitors with disabilities) and the location of others not evacuated, as well as the location of hazardous materials, equipment or processes. 9. Inform the BEC of conditions in the building. 10. If appointed to do so by the BEC, restrict entrance from the exterior of the building, to anyone attempting to enter during a fire evacuation or a controlled evacuation with the exception of personnel from Special Constable Service or Fire Department. 11. Proceed to designated safe area and wait for instructions from the BEC. 12. Advise persons not to re-enter the building until authorized by the BEC. 7.0 Duties During a Controlled Evacuation In non-fire situations threatening the safety of building occupants, the building will be evacuated under the direction of Special Constable Service, FSO, PR, BEC s and EW s. The fire alarm must not be used to evacuate a building during a controlled evacuation. Page 9 Revision 1 December 2014

11 8.0 Duties During a Fire Drill As per section (2) of the Ontario Fire Code, drills will be conducted annually unless otherwise specified. The FSO, with the assistance of the PR, SCS, BEC s and EW s will coordinate the drills. The FSO will be responsible for maintaining all drill records. Fire drill records are kept for one year. The FSO will inform only those involved in the drills about the date and time of the drill. The Fire Department ( ) must be contacted prior to and upon completion of fire drills. Special Constable Service, the alarm monitoring company (if applicable) and Waterloo Regional Police Service must also be notified of fire drills. Note: Students, Staff, Faculty and visitor s with disabilities who require assistance evacuating, please contact the AODA Officer ( ), to have an individual evacuation plan created. During a fire drill, BEC s and EW s will follow the procedures outlined below: 1. Supervise the quick and orderly evacuation of occupants without endangering the life and health of yourself, other EW s or building occupants. This includes instructing occupants of the need to evacuate and guiding building occupants to the nearest safest exit and designated safe area (see site plans Appendix 1 for exits and designated safe areas). 2. The EW s and BEC s may take any action necessary to prevent panic. 3. Communicate with faculty to determine if there are any students/staff with disabilities or injuries who requiring assistance. 4. Encourage someone remain with and/or help any person requiring assistance to the closest exit, or help evacuate the occupant with the consent of both parties. If this is not possible, ensure those with disabilities or injuries who are unable to evacuate shelter in place or are moved to an area of refuge (if applicable). If unable to shelter in place, move the person(s) to an exit stairwell ensuring the means of egress is maintained for other occupants. The actual physical rescue of an individual requiring assistance should be done by the Fire Department. 5. Request that faculty assist with the orderly evacuation of persons in the class they are teaching during an evacuation, this includes assisting students, staff, faculty and visitors with disabilities. 6. Close all doors while leaving the evacuation area. 7. Report to the BEC the location of any person waiting evacuation (i.e. students, staff, faculty or visitors with disabilities) and the location of others not evacuated, as well as the location of hazardous materials, equipment or processes. 8. Inform the BEC of conditions in the building. 9. If appointed to do so by the BEC, restrict entrance from the exterior of the building, to anyone attempting to enter during a fire evacuation or a controlled evacuation with the exception of personnel from Special Constable Service or Fire Department. 10. Proceed to designated safe area and wait for instructions from the BEC. 11. Advise persons not to re-enter the building until authorized by the BEC. 9.0 Training BEC s and EW s are trained in the roles outlined in the Fire Safety Plans as well as in emergency fire extinguisher use. Training is conducted by the FSO and the Fire Department. Existing BEC s and EW s must re-take the training every three years. Page 10 Revision 1 December 2014

12 A list of BECs and EWs at Laurier Waterloo and Laurier s Kitchener Location can be found at: (Click on Emergency Procedures and fire safety, Laurier Waterloo and Laurier s Kitchener Location, Building Evacuation Coordinators and Emergency Wardens ) Page 11 Revision 1 December 2014

13 10.0 Maintenance of Fire Life Safety Systems Safety, Health, Environment Maintenance Procedures When conducting inspections, Fire Prevention Officers will check to ensure that the required checks, inspections and/or tests are being done. It is stated in the Ontario Fire Code that records of all test and corrective measures are required to be retained on site for a period of two (2) years after they are made. DEFINITIONS FOR KEY WORDS ARE AS FOLLOWS: CHECK INSPECT TEST Means a visual observation to ensure that devices or systems are in place, and no obvious damage or obstructions to proper operation exist. Means a physical examination to determine that the devices or systems will apparently perform in accordance with its intended function. Means operation of the devices or systems to ensure that it will perform in accordance with its intended operating functions. It is generally required to have a certified system technician perform tests. PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS (reference should be made to NFPA 10- for exact details) Reference Number Action Inspection Frequency Inspect all portable extinguishers Monthly (PR) Subject to maintenance Annually (Contractor) Hydrostatically test carbon dioxide and water extinguishers Every five years (Contractor) Empty stored pressure type extinguishers and subject to maintenance Every six years (Contractor) Hydrostatically test dry chemical and vaporizing liquid type extinguishers Every twelve years (Contractor) EMERGENCY LIGHTING SYSTEMS (reference should also be made to CSA C for exact details) Reference Number Action Inspection Frequency Check all components of the system Monthly (PR) Test Annually (Contractor) Page 12 Revision 1 December 2014

14 FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS (reference should be made to CAN/ULC-S536 for exact details) Reference Number Action Inspection Frequency Check fire alarm AC power lamp and trouble light Daily (PR) Check trouble conditions Daily (PR) Check central alarm and control facility Daily (PR) Check all fire alarm components including standby power batteries Monthly (PR) Test fire alarm system by persons acceptable to the authority having Annually (Contractor) jurisdiction for service of Fire Alarm Systems Test voice communication systems that are integrated with a Fire Alarm System Annually (Contractor) MEANS OF EGRESS - Test voice communication systems that are not integrated with a Fire Alarm System Monthly (Staff) Reference Number Action Inspection Frequency Inspect all doors in fire separations Monthly (PR, Staff) Check all doors in fire separations to ensure they are closed As required (PR, Staff) Maintain exit signs to ensure they are clear and legible As required (PR) Maintain exit lights to ensure they are illuminated and in good repair As required (PR) Maintain corridors are free of obstructions As required (PR, Staff) FIRE DEPARTMENT ACCESS Reference Number Action Ensure streets, yards and private roadways provided for fire department access are kept clear Inspection Frequency Daily (PR, Staff) SPRINKLER SYSTEMS (reference should be made to NFPA13 for exact details) Reference Number Action Inspection Frequency Check that unsupervised sprinkler system control valves are open Weekly (N/A) Check that air pressure on dry pipe systems is being maintained Weekly (N/A) Test sprinkler alarms using alarm test connection Monthly (PR) Test sprinkler supervisory transmitters and water flow devices Every 2 Months (PR) Test gate valve supervisory switches and other sprinkler and protection system supervisory devices Every 6 Months (PR) Page 13 Revision 1 December 2014

15 Check exposed sprinkler system pipe hangers Annually (Contractor) Check all sprinkler heads are free of damage, corrosion, grease,dust, paint Annually (Contractor) Inspect dry pipe valve priming levels Annually (Contractor) Remove plugs or caps on fire department connections and inspect for wear, Annually (Contractor) rust or obstructions Test waterflow on wet sprinkler systems using the most hydraulically remote Annually (Contractor) test connection Trip-test dry pipe valves to ensure proper operation of system Annually (N/A) Test flow of water supply using main drain valve Annually (Contractor) Inspect dry pipe systems for obstructions and flush as necessary Every 15 years (N/A) Check dry pipe valve rooms or enclosures during freezing weather As required (N/A) Inspect auxiliary drains to prevent freezing As required (Contractor) Page 14 Revision 1 December 2014

16 11.0 Appendix 1: Site Plan Maps Page 15 Revision 1 December 2014

17 12.0 Appendix 2: Waterloo Fire Department Run Card G W H Page 16 Revision 1 December 2014

18 13.0 Appendix 3: Emergency Evacuation Report Safety, Health, Environment Laurier Emergency Evacuation Report Date and time of evacuation: Building or area evacuated: Reported by: 1. Please indicate below the purpose of the evacuation (if you require additional space, please use the back of this form): 2. To your knowledge, could anything have been done to prevent the evacuation? If yes, please indicate how. 3. Do you have any comments or recommendations regarding future evacuations? Signature: Date: Name of Building Evacuation Coordinator: Signature: Date: Page 17 Revision 1 December 2014

19 14.0 Appendix 4: Fire Alarm Procedures Poster Safety, Health, Environment Page 18 Revision 1 December 2014

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