Environmental Health and Safety

Campus Fire Evacuation Procedures

Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. Question: Why is it necessary to report to a muster area after evacuating a building ? Does it really matter where we go as long as we get out of the building ?

Answer: Meeting at a designated evacuation muster area is important because it enables rescue personnel to go to a single area and account for individuals who might not have made it out of the building, thereby enabling a more targeted search and rescue operation. If someone fails to muster at their assigned area, rescue personnel might receive information that someone may be inside the building, when in fact they are outside the building at another location.

This is a PDF-version (Adobe Acrobat), of the Campus Fire Evacuation Procedures for each building . You can download this file and use Acrobat reader to view and print it. To download a free copy of the translation software, go to Adobe Acrobat Reader: Get Adobe Acrobat Reader

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Click on links below to view evacuation procedures for each building.

Administration Building

Alumni Village Apartments

Bookstore/Post Office (including central stores)

Business Office Annex

Butler Building

Campus Center North

Campus Center South

Counseling & Theatre Arts

Dance

Dormitories

Facilities Management

Fort Awesome

Human Resources

Humanities

Library

Neuberger Museum

Music

Natural Science

New Apartments (aka "Commons")

Olde Apartments

Outback Dormitory

Physical Education

Student Services Building

Social Science

Visual Arts