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    • Emergencies Requiring/May Result in a Building Evacuation Fire Earthquake Terrorist Event Hazmat Spill (Bomb threat, explosion, etc.) Duck & cover. After shaking stops, exit building. Do not Life Threatening Alarm activate the fire alarm Explosion Bomb Threat Pull StationActivated Activated Yes No Call 997 if immediate rescue or medical assistance is required Evacuate the spill Evacuate Building site. Warn others to stay away 997 Take cover, then exit Do not handle or touch Call 999automatically notified. Call building if directed by object. Move to a safe with specific info (exact Emergency Response area. Do not activatelocation, type of incident) if Team. Do not activate the fire alarm If safe, stop the spill it can be done safely the fire alarm Call 999. Evacuate Call 999. Cordon Call 997 the building if directed off the area. Call by the Emergency Waste Management Response Team SLAD 19022007.
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