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General Evacuation Guidelines

Faculty, staff and students have been informed to follow the general evacuation guidelines listed below in the event of an emergency:

  1. If alarm sounds, or when instructed to leave a building by a Safety & Security Officer, College Official or Emergency Event Coordinator, follow emergency evacuation procedures as instructed and/or posted by your classroom door. Walk quickly to the nearest marked exit and ask others to do the same. Use stairs not elevators. Elevators may break down trapping you inside a building.
  2. Faculty teaching at the time of the alarm and/or when there has been an emergency communication from a college official, will take a headcount as students exit. Faculty will reassemble the class at the designated evacuation zone and a second headcount will be taken.
  3. Faculty shall assist handicapped individuals in exiting the building. Do not use elevators. Use Stairs only.
  4. Once outside, move to the evacuation zone designated for your building. Familiarize yourself with the locations of the designated evacuation and collection areas. In the event of an emergency, response team members will be present at these locations to give you further direction. Keep streets, circles, sidewalks and campus walkways clear for emergency vehicles and personnel.
  5. Do not return to an evacuated building unless told to do so by a member of the response team or a Safety & Security member.
  6. Under certain circumstances, a campus Emergency Command Post may be set up near you or near the evacuation/collection sites. Stay clear of the Command Post unless on official business.

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PLEASE NOTE:

WHILE EVACUATION/COLLECTION POINTS HAVE BEEN PREDETERMINED TO AID IN A CRISIS, A COMMON SENSE APPROACH SHOULD BE USED WHEN PROCEEDING TO AN EVACUATION COLLECTION SITE. BASED ON THE EMERGENCY AT HAND, IT MAY BE NECESSARY TO RELOCATE TO SECONDARY EVACUATION/COLLECTION POINTS, i.e. LOCATION OF INCIDENT AND THE AREA HAS BEEN DEEMED TO BE UNSAFE BY THE INCIDENT COMMANDER, WIND DIRECTION, LOCATION OF FIRST RESPONDERS ETC.

COLLEGE SAFETY AND SECURITY STAFF WILL BE ON LOCATION TO ASSIST EVACUEES AND DIRECT THEM TO A SECONDARY LOCATION.

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Evacuation / Collection Points in the Event of an Emergency

No Emergency is planned so be advised that the below listed sites are designated as the Collection Points unless directed otherwise:

WEST WINDSOR CAMPUS EVACUATION ZONES

Zone #1 (Behind Conference Center)
Engineering Systems (ES, Bldg. #5) Engineering and Technology (ET, Bldg. #4) Business (BS, Bldg. #3) Conference Center (MC, Bldg. #17)

Zone #2 (Grassy area behind Physical Education Bldg.)
Physical Education (PE, Bldg. #8) Maintenance (MW, Bldg. #15) Fine Arts (FA, Bldg. #11) Student Center (SC, Bldg. #6) Library (LB, Bldg. #7)

Zone #3 (Behind East Faculty/Staff lot, toward gazebo)
East Liberal Arts (LA, Bldg. #1) East Science and Allied Health (MS, Bldg. #2) Kelsey Theatre (TH, Bldg. #12) Communications Center (CM, Bldg. #9) Horticulture Greenhouse (HG, Bldg. #14)

Zone #4 (Behind Science and Health Professions building on grassy area)
Administration Building (AD, Bldg. #10) West Liberal Arts (LA, Bldg. #1) West Science and Health Professions (MS, Bldg. # 2)

 

TRENTON CAMPUS EVACUATION ZONES
Evacuate to the parking lot to the rear of the campus and remain for further instructions.


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