Covid-19 : Due to Covid-19 we will runing online classes in YouTube channel.
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Posted: Aug 28, 2017 1:37 PM | Updated: Aug 27, 2017 6:00 PM
If you need to evacuate a NAIT building
- Quickly leave through the nearest safe exit, as directed by emergency wardens
- Advise an emergency warden if you need assistance evacuating
- Do not use elevators
- If possible, take your belongings (take only items that are immediately accessible and limit this to your winter coat, keys, wallet, purse and mobile device)
- Close, but do not lock the doors after everyone has left
- Check doors for heat. If they feel hot to the touch – do not open. Use an alternative exit or find an area of refuge
- Watch for smoke or fire. If you encounter either, use an alternative exit or find an area of refuge
- Gather at emergency meeting point
- Do not return until emergency services gives the ‘All Clear’
Our emergency wardens are an essential part of NAIT’s emergency response. Follow their directions, as they are knowledgeable and are trained to guide the NAIT community to safety.
Call for help during an emergency
If this is an emergency, call 911 immediately.
(If you call 911 from a landline on a NAIT campus, Protective Services will automatically be alerted.)
In a non-urgent or non-life-threatening situation, contact Protective Services.
When in doubt, call 911.
Protective Services can send timely emergency notifications through NAIT Alert using
- The NAIT Alert mobile app (be sure to enable push notifications)
- Email (to NAIT staff email accounts)
- NAIT Twitter and, in select instances, Facebook
- NAIT’s emergency website: nait.ca/emergency (alerts may also appear on nait.ca, staff intranet and MyNAIT Portal directing you to this website)
- Desktop alerts on NAIT computers
- Digital signage on NAIT campuses
- Automated voice calls (to select users)