For emergency purposes, the names of those persons who have physical limitations that would require assistance in the event of an emergency should be kept on file with the Management Office. In the event of a true emergency, those names would be given to the proper emergency personnel who would assist in their evacuation. Additions or corrections to this list should be submitted to the Management Office on a periodic basis.
Disabled employees should evacuate to the nearest stairwell and wait for either the all clear announcement or fire department personnel to assist them with evacuation from the building.
Please do not call the Management Office to ask if an alarm is real. Unless your office has been notified in advance by the Management Office via memo or phone call, if you hear an alarm, you can assume there is an emergency in the building and should evacuate immediately. Building maintenance and emergency personnel will silence the alarm as soon as the emergency situation is under control. False fire alarms occur from time to time. The Management Office is unaware of whether an unexpected alarm is an actual alarm or a false alarm. This determination is not made until the source of the alarm is investigated by a maintenance engineer. Assume that all unannounced alarms are true alarms and proceed with evacuating your staff and visitors