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Emergency Warden procedure

The College has a number of appointed emergency wardens for each floor and area of its buildings.

The responsibilities of wardens can be found at ANU Facilities and Services Fire Safety: http://facilities.anu.edu.au/services/fire-safety

Emergency Wardens – Role in an Emergency

  • Be familiar with the alarm signals
  • When the evacuate signal is given then immediately evacuate all staff from your area via a safe exit. Do not use the lifts.
  • Check ALL areas within your zone. Be prepared to check adjoining zones if asked. Feel the door handle for heat if you suspect a fire may be behind it. If warm do not open the door; report back on the WIP immediately.
  • Ask someone to stand at the outside doors to prevent anyone from entering.
  • Be aware of any mobility impaired persons in your area. If you do have someone with mobility impairment, assist or get someone else to assist them to a safe area. This is an area behind fire rated doors such as stairwells. Have someone stay with them.
  • After ensuring all staff are clear of the area proceed to the main fire control point in your building. Go via an outside route, not through the buildings, and report to the Chief Warden.
  • If you left a mobility impaired person with companion in a safe area ENSURE you TELL the Chief Warden. Check that the Chief Warden has notified the Fire Brigade that there are people in the safe area.

First Aid Officers:

  • During an emergency situation or drill should wear their vest and take their first aid kit to the designated assembly point.

More information:

Types and use of Portable Fire Extinguishers and Fire Blankets: http://facilities.anu.edu.au/services/fire-safety/documents

Updated:   9 March 2018 / Responsible Officer:  Dean, Business & Economics / Page Contact:  College Web Team