School Checklist for Fire Explosion
Teachers are responsible for the safety and evacuation from the classroom of each and every child.
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It is important that they know their facility well, including evacuation routes and where any doors, emergency exit and stairwells are.
State standards and the department of education often dictate the schools practice a specific number of fire drills throughout the school year to be in compliance. This will ensure that staff is aware of the process to evacuate the building or school grounds and that each alarm is in working order. It will also give school office staff a chance for any corrective action so each child will be safe in case a real emergency occurs. It is a good tool for safety inspection and assists with emergency response preparation.
This app for School Checklist for Fire or Explosion outlines the steps that need to be taken from the time smoke or fire has been detected by smoke detectors and an alarm sounds, or when an explosion is heard or seen, including contacting emergency responders and having a thorough follow-up meeting with staff to debrief on preparedness.
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