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Wednesday, 26 March 2014

SCHOOL EMERGENCY SIMULATION


Next Friday, our school will have its first school emergency simulation to be trained for any possible emergency situation that may happen.
Here are some of the basic rules we must take into account when the emergency signal goes and we're in a classroom.

1- STUDENTS EVACUATION:
- Teacher or person in charge of the group will count all the students in the classroom
- Close all windows and doors before leaving.
- Exit from the building towards the Meeting Point will be done in order and silence, so that the instructions from the evacuation staff can be heard clearly
- The teacher or person in charge will lead the group and the class delegate will close it. 
- A sheet of paper will be left between the door and its frame to show that this classroom has been completely evacuated. 
- You mustn't go back to collect any object during the evacuation, under any circumstance.

2- EVACUATE VIA THE SAFEST ROUTE, CALMLY AND QUIETLY.  
- Never turn back on your way. 
- Walk fast, without running. 
- Don't shout.
- Never use the lifts.

3- EVACUATE IN ORDER IN A SINGLE FILE NEXT TO THE WALLS. 
- Wait until the lower floor has been completely evacuated. 
- Each teacher must take their students silently and in order to the nearest exit following the evacuation signs

4- GO TO THE MEETING POINT. 
- Once outside the building, don't break up the file before you get to the meeting point. 
- The meeting point is at the sport ground. Students coming from Technology classes or the Gym will gather in the back garden next to the sport ground (near the UNED building).

5- ONCE AT THE MEETING POINT, STUDENTS MUST STAY IN SINGLE CLASS GROUP FILES.
- Each class-group will be counted again.
- Any absence must be notified immediately.

6- EVERYBODY MUST WAIT FOR INSTRUCTIONS TO GO BACK INTO THE BUILDING AGAIN.

Galician version of this post @ ArquivosDoTrasno.

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