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Building Evacuation

In various emergencies, it might become necessary to evacuate a building. If this happens:

  • Evacuate immediately if you hear an alarm or are asked to do so.
  • Take personal belongings with you that you can quickly gather and easily carry.
  • Close, but do not lock, all classroom and office doors. Turn off all gas and other equipment or machines in labs that might pose a hazard.
  • Follow the specific evacuation route in the building. Do not use elevators during a fire or earthquake. At other times, reserve the elevators for individuals unable to use the stairs.
  • Calmly assemble at the designated outdoor assembly point or, if it is unsafe, the alternate outdoor assembly place or indoor assembly location.
  • Do not reenter the building or leave the assembly area until you are instructed or released to do so.

 

Point of Excellence

The first biopsychology major graduated in 2012 and has been hired as an IOM Tech in UPMC’s Center for Clinical Neurophysiology (CCN).

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