In the event of a fire or similar emergency, all occupants of Cass Hall should:
- Evacuate immediately using marked exits; last persons out close all doors;
- Assemble on the lawn area on the east side of the building to account for all personnel;
- Await further instructions from building supervisors and/or emergency management personnel.
In the event tornado sirens are sounded or communication from the police is relayed to the campus, all occupants of Cass Hall should take shelter in the following designated locations.
- Room 105 (File/Copy Room)
- Rest RoomsSecondary Shelters
- Room 106 (Small Conference Room); remain away from interior windows.
Drop, cover and hold on! Move only a few steps to a nearby safe place (e.g., under a sturdy table or desk). Most injured persons in earthquakes move more than five feet during the shaking. It is very dangerous to try to leave a building during an earthquake because objects can fall on you. Many fatalities occur when people run outside of buildings, only to be injured by falling debris from collapsing walls. In U.S. buildings, you are safer to stay where you are. After the shaking has stopped, if you go outside, move quickly away from the building to prevent injury from falling debris.