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Added by Tunnell, Christopher over 12 years ago. Updated over 12 years ago.

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Start date:
04 October 2010
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what's it like to have a firealarm (since I heard you had one). If there's anything important about firealarms that you think that either 1) nobody told you or 2) that your experience as MOM means we should update our doucmentation/procedures/add-a-sign, can you let me know?

Either reply here or add to:

http://micewww.pp.rl.ac.uk:8080/projects/operations/wiki/Firealarm

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#1

Updated by Snopok, Pavel over 12 years ago

Christopher Tunnell wrote:

what's it like to have a firealarm (since I heard you had one). If there's anything important about firealarms that you think that either 1) nobody told you or 2) that your experience as MOM means we should update our doucmentation/procedures/add-a-sign, can you let me know?

Either reply here or add to:

http://micewww.pp.rl.ac.uk:8080/projects/operations/wiki/Firealarm

If there's nothing, you can close this issue.

1) The first idea that crossed my mind when I've heard the alarm was to double check whether the signal means "fire" or something else. It took me a minute to realize that it was indeed a fire alarm. Moral: the ISIS safety training is there for a reason, and you better learn the signals by heart to be able to act quickly.

2) I left MCR immediately, went outside, since I remembered there were certain assembly points. Apparently, I was the only person to "assemble", since there was no one else in the building. I decided to check the assembly point on the other side of the building before going into or calling ISIS CR. Moral: it is good to remember where the assembly points are, but late at night on a weekend day that might not do you much good.

3) While walking I tried to remember the number to call in case of fire. My thought was interrupted by one of the ISIS CR people chasing me to let me know that the real reason for fire alarm was a toast they accidentally burned. :) Moral: it is good to remember some useful phone numbers like 2222 for a fire brigade, but sometimes it is a good idea to call ISIS CR first and check if they have something on the stove or in the toaster.

#2

Updated by Tunnell, Christopher over 12 years ago

  • Status changed from Open to Closed
  • % Done changed from 0 to 100

cheers. hope day 2 is better than day 1 :)

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