Fire Safety St Johns Campus -

Fire Safety St Johns Campus This presentation will help you understand the fire safety procedures we have in place at the University. We hope you have an enjoyable and safe stay. Important things to know Fire alarms at the University are designed to a very high standard. Every bedroom and kitchen has a fire alarm detector and sounder. If the alarm sounds, it will let our security team know and they will respond. Fire doors prevent the spread of fire and must not be held open. The fire alarm will always sound in the whole building If you hear the alarm you must evacuate! Please stay calm.

On Hearing the Fire Alarm Step 1 Evacuate (leave) the building immediately via your nearest fire exit. Please look for the signs provided. Step 2 Walk straight to your fire assembly point see the map provided for your nearest assembly point. Step 3 Stay at the Assembly point until the all clear is given to return to your to your room. IMPORTANT ! If you notice someone is missing, is in danger, or requires assistance, please

inform one of your teachers or a member of University staff who will be wearing a hi-visibility jacket. Assembly Points The assembly points have been circled in red for your attention. Avon & Ledbury, Pershore & Evesham all use Assembly point 1

All other residential blocks use Assembly point 2. Fire Evacuation Points Emergency evacuation information can be found within any academic building/accommodation block. The red fire notice board in the foyer of your accommodation will detail your fire evacuation point. If you are staying in Vesta Tilley/ William Morris/ A E Housman (AEH)/Elizabeth Barrett Browning (EBB)/ Ankerdine / Wulfstan/ Berrow/ Abberley/Windrush your fire evacuation point is point 2 which is next to car park M which is just behind AEH&EBB halls of residence.

If you are staying in Avon, Ledbury, Evesham/Pershore/Sarah Siddons/ Teme your fire evacuation point is point 1 which is next to the Bredon car park. If you discover a Fire Step 1 Sound the nearest fire alarm by breaking the glass. Fire alarms are located by fire exits and stairwells. Step 2 Evacuate the building by your nearest available exit.

Step 3 Report to your assembly point For your own safety it is import that you DO NOT do the following DO NOT take any risks DO NOT try to fight the fire DO NOT stop to collect personal belongings

DO NOT return to the building until authorised to do so. DO NOT use lifts unless authorised to do so DO NOT wedge/prop doors open. When arriving on campus it is important to DO the following KNOW where your nearest fire exit is

DO familiarise yourself with the fire assembly points (particularly the one closest to you) KNOW where your nearest fire alarm point is DO treat every fire alarm as an emergency Smoking If you wish to smoke on campus please only smoke in the designated areas on St Johns Campus.

The smoking area has been circled in yellow on the map and is located opposite the Hines Building. First Aid If yourself or anyone around you requires first aid, please call our 24hr main reception on 01905 855000. They will be able to send a fully qualified first aider over to you as soon as possible. If it is obvious that the accident requires urgent medical attention

please contact the Ambulance Service first, by calling 999, and then notify Security/Main Reception. If you are calling from a mobile phone registered outside the UK, the numbers are; Reception +44 1905 855000 Security / Safety We have a Security Team on Campus 24/7. If you require any assistance from them at any time please contact main reception on 01905 855 000 and ask to speak to security. If you prefer to speak to them face-to-face, you will be able to find them at Main Reception in the Edward Elgar Building.

You can also contact security on their 24/7 mobile number which is 07977973956 If you are using a mobile telephone registered outside the UK please dial the following numbers; Security Mobile +44 7977 973956

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