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Gas Leak

GAS LEAK - Inside

Follow Fire Procedure

  • Call 9-1-1 immediately – give specific information on location of the leak if possible
  • Activate the building fire alarm
  • Call 439-6385 to notify Administration of the incident
    See Building Evacuation Procedure for evacuation assistance otherwise proceed to next step.
  • Evacuate students and staff using the posted plans in each classroom, closing all doors
  • Do not use elevators
  • Assist the disabled outside or to enclosed stairwell
  • Advise Emergency Responders of location of disabled persons
  • Evacuate to assigned locations, a safe distance outside of building
  • Administration, Faculty, Staff and Support Staff take fire drill folder as they exit the room which contains a class roster
  • Follow normal fire drill route or follow alternate route if normal route is too dangerous
  • Keep clear of roads and driveways
  • Physical Plant Director or designee will work with PPS to shut down utility systems
  • Administration, Faculty, Staff and Support Staff take attendance after arriving at their assigned location
  • The College Incident Commander or designee may move students to Evacuation Relocation Center if weather is inclement or building is damaged, after consulting with Physical Plant Director
  • No one may re-enter building(s) until entire building(s) is declared safe by the Petoskey Department of Public Safety
  • The College Incident Commander or designee notifies students and staff of end of emergency
  • Resume normal operations

    If gas odor has been detected outside the building:
  • Call 9-1-1
  • Call 439-6385 to notify Administration of the incident
  • The Petoskey Department of Public Safety determines whether to shelter in place or evacuate
  • Activate the appropriate ALERTUS ENS if able to
  • The College Incident Commander or designee may move students to Evacuation Relocation Center if weather is inclement or building is damaged after consulting with Physical Plant Director
  • No one may re-enter building(s) until entire building(s) is declared safe by the Fire Department or Law Enforcement Personnel
  • The College Incident Commander or designee notifies students and staff of end of emergency
  • Resume normal operations