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Evacuation plans

To ensure that as many people as possible know what to do in the event of a fire, serious incident or major accident, MGMT staff should be familiar with the evacuation plans for our buildings.

Information material on evacuation is located in boxes hanging on the wall on the following locations in our buildings:

  • 1323: on levels 2, 3 and 4 at the far end of the hallway (in front of Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research)
  • 1325/1326: on levels 0, 1, 2 and 3 in front of the toilets by the staircase
  • 1327/1328: on levels 1 and 2 by the interior door to building 1328

The boxes contain a yellow emergency vest for the evacuation marshal and an orange vest for the assembly point marshal with accompanying instructions and maps showing the corridors to be evacuated and the assembly point in the University Park.
The role of the evacuation marshal is to clear the area of people, while the assembly point marshal’s task is to receive the evacuees from the area at the designated assembly point.
The idea is that anyone can assume the role of either evacuation marshal or assembly point marshal.
Furthermore, an emergency instruction on the wall tells you what to do and who to contact.

At the website you can read more about Evacuation at AU and download the Leaflet on evacuation which explains the evacuation plans.

If you have questions, please contact Lone Larsen or Merete Elmann (the MGMT Occupational Health and Safety Group).

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