|Univ. Police & Security Services||7-7000|
|Environmental Health & Safety||7-2273|
|Facilities Services (24-hr. service)||7-4038|
The first three items listed above should be visibly displayed on every Oregon State University telephone.
Any on-the-job accident that results in a fatality or the immediate hospitalization of an employee shall be reported WITHIN 8 HOURS by telephone to Environmental Health and Safety (7-2273), who in turn will make the required notification to OR-OSHA.
Activate the building fire alarm by pulling the nearest wall "fire pull" to alert occupants. The alarm does not always call fire fighters to the scene, but most alarms are connected to the campus notifier system which is monitored by Security Services Dispatch Center. Call the Corvallis Fire Department (911), and give the exact location of the fire. Evacuate occupants from the building. Follow building evacuation procedures below. Send someone outside the building to direct fire fighters to the scene. For small fires, use the closest appropriate fire extinguisher. Do not use water on electrical fires.
When the alarm sounds, walk to the nearest exit. Use the stairways. Do not use the elevator. It can quickly become a smoke or fire trap and may lose electric power. Be aware of alternate exits from the building.
Before leaving the work station, take personal valuables and lock up any valuable materials or documents. Do not, however, endanger life through delay. Assist non-ambulatory persons in leaving the building. (For detailed instructions, see Building Evacuation Planning.)
Use fire escape ladders only when stairways are closed by fire. In an actual fire, feel each door before opening it. If it feels hot, use an alternate exit. If caught in smoke, keep low where the air is better. Take short breaths through the nose.
When outside the building, do not block doorways or driveways. Stay a minimum of 100 feet from the building. Do not return to the building until advised to do so by personnel in charge.
Determine the extent of the person’s injury. Check for breathing, pulse, bleeding, possible fracture, and pain. Administer first aid as indicated by the extent of the injuries. If the injured person is:
In the event of a large scale catastrophe, the President of OSU may proclaim a disaster and invoke the OSU Disaster Management Plan. The provisions of this plan supersede routine emergency procedures.