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Safety Checklist Program for Schools

October 2003
DHHS (NIOSH) Publication Number 2004-101

Emergency Action Plan (Template)

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Evacuation Routes

Evacuation Routes

Evacuation route maps have been posted in each work area. The following information is marked on evacuation maps:
  1. Emergency exits
  2. Primary and secondary evacuation routes
  3. Locations of fire extinguishers
  4. Fire alarm pull stations’ location
Assembly points

Site personnel should know at least two evacuation routes.