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Fire Emergency

Accidental fires can occur very unexpectedly, and the proper response is necessary to quickly and safely control and eliminate the flames. In the event of fire:

  • Leave the building at once.
  • Pull the fire alarm if it is not already activated and alert other people and instruct them to leave the building.
  • Evacuate the building calmly, following the evacuation and assembly procedures posted in the building. Do not use elevators.
  • Close all doors and windows on your way to contain the fire if you can safely do so.
  • Stay as low as possible to avoid smoke and heat.
  • Call 911 (dial 9 first from on-campus phone) from a safe location.
  • Call Geneva Security by campus phone at 9-846-9632 or outside line or cell phone at 724-846-9632 and confirm that they have been notified.
  • Remain at the assembly area until you have been released to leave by an authority.
  • If trapped:
    • Alert emergency crews of your location. Try telephone, if available. Place an article of clothing or other signal in a window. Whistle, shout or use tools or debris to hit a solid surface at regular intervals.
    • Stuff material in door cracks to minimize smoke and try to stay low where heat, smoke and contaminates may be less intense.

 

Point of Excellence

Geneva is one of only 118 colleges in the U.S. to be approved for membership in the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU), and is a founding member.

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