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Fire Safety Team Procedures
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The Suite Captain is responsible for reporting any potential or actual emergency condition to the Management Office at (630) 963-0700.

The Suite Captain is also responsible for organizing his/her emergency team members and making sure emergency procedures are carried out correctly.

After leaving the building, the Suite Captain should locate the Building Manager or Assistant Manager. He/she will be located on the sidewalk in front of the handicapped parking at the main entrance. Inform the Building Manager or the Assistant of the following:

  1. The location of the fire if spotted in or around your suite.
  2. Whether everyone is out or not. If not, the location of those remaining.

Other Duties:

  1. Appoint other personnel within your office to assist you in monitoring fire safety within your suite.
  2. You should appoint an Assistant Suite Captain to both assist the Suite Captain and to take charge in case of absence of the Suite Captain.
  3. You should be familiar with the closest stairwell for exiting. Further, you should also be aware of a second option of evacuation in case the first option is blocked.
  4. Supervise all key emergency team members.
  5. Ensure that all emergency team personnel know their assigned duties and location in case of an emergency.
  6. Inform and train key emergency personnel and all suite personnel in emergency procedures.
  7. Pre plan the handling of handicapped and/or physically disabled personnel during evacuation.
  8. Responsible for the evacuation of suite personnel.

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