Emergency Evacuation Procedures
evacuation procedure is only activated in times of emergency, for example
fire. Activation will be in the form of an alarm.
level in the school has an assigned Evacuation Route (ER) to the Assembly
Evacuation Routes are used to facilitate the movement of the school population
from the respective venues to the Assembly Area in a quick and orderly
- No one is
to deviate from the assigned Evacuation Routes unless instructed by the teacher
or if that particular route has become hazardous.
must participate in the evacuation drill seriously and be familiar with the
- The alarm would be any of the following:
ringing of the school bell
through the PA system
A. When the Alarm is Activated
is to stop work and be alert.
are to leave their books and belongings behind, except their valuables
(wallet/mobile phone), and line up orderly outside their rooms as quickly as
off all lights and fans. Ensure all gas outlets, electrical appliances and
machines are to be switched off in the science laboratories, workshops and
are to remain calm and obey instructions given by the teachers.
instructions, students are to proceed to the Assembly Area in an orderly
manner using the assigned Evacuation Route. (The assigned Evacuation Route
can be found on the Evacuation Chart in the classrooms.)
B. At the Assembly Area
are to line up according to the class register order as quickly as possible.
Leaders are to assist the Form Teachers in attendance taking to account for
Councillors and Class Leaders are to help maintain discipline at the assembly
- Form Teachers will report the attendance and any missing person to the respective Year Heads.