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The SCCA Clinic Building is equipped with fire detection, suppression, and alarm systems aimed at the prevention and containment of fires.
In the event of a fire alarm activation, the fire alarm will sound on the floor of origin, the floor above origin and the floor below. In addition, the SCCA Security/Fire Control Officer will make a "CODE RED" announcement identifying the location of the alarm. Staff is expected to initiate their floor specific fire plan.
The SCCA Fire Plan consists of the R-A-C-E acronym:
To report a fire, activate the nearest fire alarm pull station or dial 911. Follow these actions up with a call to 206.288.1111, Security/Fire Control Officer.
When evacuating the building use the nearest available exit and report to the designated assembly area.
To Operate a Fire Extinguisher - If safe to fight a fire, use an extinguisher and remember the PASS acronym:
Please take the below actions in the event of an earthquake.
Do not leave the building unless:
Move away from buildings, power lines and poles.
SCCA, 1st Floor (G1094)
Security Officers are onsite 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The SCCA Security Office is located next to the freight elevator/Alliance Lab pick-up window on the first floor (G1094).
Yes, just call 206.288.1111 and someone will escort you to your vehicle or the bus stop, any time, day or night.
Personal belongings such as purses, backpacks and briefcases should be put away where they are not obstructing and preferably cannot be seen or easily taken. Try your best to find a location that can be locked or away from patient flow/foot traffic areas.
If you have found an item that does not belong to you or have lost an item, please bring it to lost and found, located in the SCCA Security Office (G1094).