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Brayford Quay

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Keeping You Safe

Whilst living at Brayford Quay your safety is the most important thing, it is crucial that you read through the safety information provided in this handbook and take note of what you need to do in the event of an emergency.

The fire alarm is tested every Thursday morning at 11am, this helps us to make sure the alarms are functioning correctly.
Remember! The fire alarm is tested every Thursday at 11am
If you find a fire...

Raise the alarm immediately, there are fire alarm call points in each of the lobbies. Please press fire alarm call points on your way out of the building until the alarm begins to sound.

Once the alarm has been raised, evacuate the building immediately. As you leave your flat alert your flatmates that they also need to evacuate.

When exiting the building out of hours, ensure that someone has called the fire brigade via999 or 112. If the alarm sounds while a member of staff is on-site, check that a fire marshal or person in charge has contacted the fire brigade.

You will then need to take your place on the Brayford waterfront opposite the Holiday Inn. You will need to be lined up in flat and room order so a fire marshal can take role call.

Once you have left the building do not re-enter until a fire marshal/ fire brigade tells you it is safe to do so.

If the fire alarm is sounding...

Upon hearing the fire alarm, evacuate the building immediately. As you leave your flat alert your flatmates they need to evacuate too.

Upon exiting the building ensure that yourself, one of the fire marshals or a person in charge has contacted the fire brigade via 999 or 112.

You will then need to take your place on the Brayford waterfront opposite the Holiday Inn. You will need to be lined up in flat and room order so a fire marshal can take roll call.

Once you have left the building do not re-enter until a fire marshal/ fire brigade tells you it is safe to do so.

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