EMERGENCY PROCEDURE

Being a part of our Guerilla family, we want to ensure you are aware of all the procedures and protocols when it comes to your safety and the awareness of such emergencies whether they are fire, medical, earthquakes or brownouts. Following the standard protocols for your safeness can make all the difference!

FIRE SAFETY

Raise the alarm

  1. Activate the nearest fire alarm system and alert all staff.
  2. Call Clark Fire Department (045 599 2138) give your name, building location, type and extent of the fire/smoke and inform your supervisor or Safety Officer.
  3. If safe to do so, ensure the immediate safety of all staff within the vicinity of the fire.

 

Fire fighting

  1. If safe to do so and trained to use of firefighting equipment – attempt to extinguish the fire.
  2. Following the protocol of PASS > Pull, Aim, Squeeze, Sweep
  3. Choose the correct fire extinguisher. Do not use water or foam on an electrical fire.

Evacuate

  1. Stay calm and Evacuate the building immediately in the nearest fire exit as instructed by Supervisor or Safety Officer.
  2. Do not run to evacuate the building.
  3. Do not stop to collect personal belongings.
  4. Close doors and windows as you exit – do not lock doors. Leave lights on.
  5. Evaluate and ensure all personnel are out of the building.

 

DO NOT USE THE LIFTS

 

  1. Remain in the assembly area in groups until instructed to leave by a Supervisor or Safety Officer or Fire and Emergency Services personnel.
  2. Do not re-enter the building until informed that it is safe to do so by the Safety Officer or Fire and Emergency Services personnel.

EARTHQUAKE SAFETY

  1. Follow the “DROP, COVER AND HOLD ON.” Drop under a sturdy desk or table and hold on to one leg of the table or desk.
  2. If you are not near a strong table or desk, drop to the floor against an interior wall and cover your head and neck with your arms.
  3. Try to be in safe place as you can and avoid windows, hanging objects, mirrors and any heavy objects that can may cause of injuries.
  4. Wait in your safe place until the shaking stops, then check to see if you are injure.
  5. Do not try to evacuate the building during earthquake.
  6. If it is a light earthquake, It is not necessary to leave the building however if it’s a major earthquake, It is mandatory to leave the building.

POWER BLACKOUT EMERGENCY

Extreme / Hazardous weather event

1.     Unplug computers outlet and other valuable electronics to avoid any electronics damage.

2.     If you are in your workstation, do not leave your desk and wait until the power comes back on.

3.     If you are not in workstation area during blackout, stay where you are and wait until the power comes back on.

4.     Do not try to run or walk around the workplace during blackout.

MEDICAL EMERGENCY

Medical Emergency – minor

  1. Know who is your First Aid Officer or Safety Officer within the building.
  2. Inform HR Officer/ supervisor about the incident.
  3. Send the injured person to Medical Room if they are able to be moved or can walk.
  4. Complete a confidential incident /injury report form.

 

Medical Emergency – major

  1. Do not try to move the injured person and get first Aid Officer to take the action
  2. Call to Clark’s emergency hotline #1232
  3. Inform HR Officer/supervisor about the incident.
  4. Complete a confidential incident /injury report form.