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Fire Emergencies

RAINCLIFF CAMP

FIRE EVACUATION INSTRUCTIONS

(To meet the requirements of the Fire Service Act 1992)

INSTRUCTIONS FOR CAMP LEADERS.

If you discover a fire

1. Raise the alarm immediately by operating one of the fire alarm manual push buttons situated on the East and West
verandahs or main entrance.

2. Ensure the Fire Service is alerted by ringing 111.

3. Clearly state the Camp's name: (Raincliff Camp) address: Spur Road REF: No G923 Raincliff, MACKENZIE
DISTRICT.

4. Turn off electrical appliances before leaving the building but only if its possible to do so with safety and with NO
DELAY. Leave lights on and close all doors and windows.

5. Leave immediately by the nearest escape route. Move quickly BUT DO NOT RUN.

KEEP ROADWAY CLEAR LEADING INTO THE CAMP

AT THE START OF YOUR CAMP:

1. Allocate your staff areas of responsibility should an evacuation be necessary.

2. Make yourself and your leaders familiar with the location of the alarms, fire exits and firefighting equipment.

3. Discuss fire evacuation procedures with your campers

KEEP CLEAR ALL FIRE EXITS AND MAKE SURE
DOORS ARE UNLOCKED WHILE IN RESIDENCE

FIRE WARDENS DUTIES

The fire warden is the supervising leader of your group in the camp.

YOUR PRIME CONCERN IS THE SAVING OF LIVES


ON HEARING THE ALARM SIRENS

1 . Evacuation

2. Ensure that the Fire Service has been alerted by a 111 call.

3. Ensure that the building has been evacuated and that your leaders have checked all rooms including toilets, showers etc.

4. Ensure the safety of any disabled people.

5. Ensure that all doors and windows have been closed where this can be safely carried out.

6. Note the location of any person remaining on the premises.

7. Proceed to the assembly area and check personnel.

8. Only if conditions permit and it is safe to do so should any attempt be made to extinguish the fire.

9. Report to the fire service on their arrival.

10. Wear the red arm band available from the Office in order for you to be identified by the Fire Personnel.