Fire and Evacuation

A map showing the two marshalling areas near RGN

A map showing the two marshalling areas near RGN 

RGN Fire and Evacuation

The buildings that comprise the Health Sciences Campus are not equipped with an intercom or loudspeaker system to enable the provision of real-time information during an alarm event.

If you discover a fire:

  • Remain calm and leave the danger area
  • Do not enter a smoke-filled room
  • Close all doors on the way out
  • Sound the alarm by pulling nearest manual fire alarm pull station
  • Call Protection Services at x5411
  • Use the nearest safe exit and proceed either to the one of the two marshalling areas near RGN:
    • Parking Lot H
    • Grass slope south of the building
  • Do not attempt to use the elevators

If you hear the building fire alarm:

  • Turn off electrical equipment and extinguish all open flames
  • Touch the door before opening
    • If it is hot, stay where you area and call Protection Services at x5411
    • If it is not, leave the building by the nearest safe exit, closing all doors behind you.
  • Do not enter a smoke-filled corridor; it may be safer to remain where you are.
    • Close the door and block any openings with a damp cloth or towel.
  • Use the nearest safe exit and proceed either to the one of the two marshalling areas near RGN:
    • Parking Lot H
    • Grass slope south of the building
  • Do not attempt to use the elevators

It is against the law to remain within the building during a fire alarm event.

Obey all instructions given by the emergency evacuation team (white or yellow hats during normal business hours) or the on-duty Protection Officer (outside normal business hours) until the all clear has been issued and any emergency vehicles have departed.

600/850 Peter Morand Fire and Evacuation

Aerial view of the Peter Morand Buildings showing evacuation areas north of Peter Morand Crescent, west of Roger Guindon Avenue, and between the two buildings.

A map showing the marshalling areas near 600/850 Peter Morand

The buildings that comprise the Health Sciences Campus are not equipped with an intercom or loudspeaker system to enable the provision of real-time information during an alarm event.

If you discover a fire:

  • Remain calm and leave the danger area
  • Do not enter a smoke-filled room
  • Close all doors on the way out
  • Sound the alarm by pulling nearest manual fire alarm pull station
  • Call Protection Services at x5411
  • Use the nearest safe exit and proceed to a safe distance away from the building:
    • To the parking lot north of Peter Morand Crescent
    • To the parking lot west of Roger Guindon Avenue
    • To the east along the path separating the two Peter Morand buildings
  • Do not attempt to use the elevators

If you hear the building fire alarm:

  • Turn off electrical equipment and extinguish all open flames
  • Touch the door before opening
    • If it is hot, stay where you area and call Protection Services at x5411
    • If it is not, leave the building by the nearest safe exit, closing all doors behind you.
  • Do not enter a smoke-filled corridor; it may be safer to remain where you are.
    • Close the door, and block any openings with a damp cloth or towel.
  • Use the nearest safe exit and proceed either to the one of the two marshalling areas near RGN:
    • To the parking lot north of Peter Morand Crescent
    • To the parking lot west of Roger Guindon Avenue
    • To the east along the path separating the two Peter Morand Buildings
  • Do not attempt to use the elevators

It is against the law to remain within the building during a fire alarm event.

Obey all instructions given by the emergency evacuation team (white or yellow hats during normal business hours) or the on-duty Protection Officer (outside normal business hours) until the all clear has been issued and any emergency vehicles have departed.

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