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instructions - CallisonRTKL
HEALTH
AND SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
RTKL POLICIES
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Please respect the health and safety rules for
the building.
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In the event of an emergency, please respect
the Fire Wardens.
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All visitors with or without access cards must
sign in at the front desk.
EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS
Police & Fire: (Dial 9 for outside line) 911
EOC Coral Gables 305 460 5402
Nearest Emergency Room:
Baptist Health South
5000 University Dr.
Coral Gables, FL 33146
786 308 3000
Coral Gables Hospital
3100 South Douglas Rd.
Coral Gables, FL 33134
305 445 8461
Emergency Alert System in Miami:
WAXY (790 AM) - English
Station Manager: Howard Davis Email: [email protected]
Chief Engineer: Gary Blau
Email: [email protected]
305-521-5100 Office 305-521-1416 Fax
20450 NW 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida 33169 EMnet Location: FLA0WAXY
Emergency Message Center: 800 935 7855
Call the message center for pre-recorded, up-to-date
emergency information regarding your office status.
Crisis Hotline: 800-953-7855
Call the hotline post-emergency for live assistance and
emergency response.
Please note these are CONFIDENTIAL numbers
and intended for RTKL employees and their family
members only.
Office Director: Dan Freed
7862683939 Direct
443 791 7925 Cell
RTKL MIAMI
396 Alhambra Circle
South Tower, Suite 500
Coral Gables, FL 33134
RTKL.COM
Outside Meeting Location: In front of parking (Bldg.)
PLEASE READ THIS
DOCUMENT CAREFULLY.
RTKL POLICIES
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Depending on the category of the hurricane, if a
mandatory evacuation order occurs, follow the
government- issued evacuation orders.
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Call RTKL’s emergency message center for up-todate emergency information of when the office
will reopen.
Based on our commitment to health and safety, RTKL:
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Provides a work environment that is safe and
enjoyable throughout.
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Gives our health and safety values the same
priority as our other core values.
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Fosters a business culture in which all our
employees endorse these aims and make health
and safety an integral part of their conduct.
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Integrates health and safety into the solutions
offered to our clients, in accordance with the
standard of care for our profession.
BUILDING EVACUATION
PROCEDURES
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Evacuate the building immediately in the event of
an emergency.
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Follow the building’s evacuation procedures.
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Safety always comes first. Before leaving your
area, gather critical valuables, such as your
wallet, but never at the risk of compromising your
or someone else’s safety.
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If possible, lock your computer.
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The Office Manager and/or Receptionist will need
to lock the office gates/doors to secure the office
in the event of an evacuation.
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Do not use elevators.
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Exit using the stairs, when applicable.
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Identify your meeting location which is located on
the back of this brochure.
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Proceed immediately to your designated meeting
area. Do not stop anywhere else.
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Please stay in the meeting area until instructed to
re-enter the building.
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Notify the Fire Warden if you must leave the area.
HURRICANE
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The Receptionist and/or Office Manager will make
an announcement or send an email in the event of
a hurricane warning.
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Under a hurricane warning, the building will likely
be shut down by building management. Follow
the building’s evacuation procedures.
TORNADO
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The Receptionist and/or Office Manager will make
an announcement or send an email in the event of
a tornado warning.
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Go to small interior rooms without glass or
windows. Refer to your office evacuation map.
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Protect your face and head with your hands
against falling or flying debris.
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Do not go outside or leave the building.
FIRE
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Immediately exit the building according to the
evacuation plan for the building when you hear
the alarm sound.
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Protect your face and head with your hands
against falling debris.
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If outdoors, move clear from buildings, trees,
electric wires, street lights to avoid possible
falling debris.
TELEPHONE THREATS
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If possible, alert someone around you so that
authorities can be contacted.
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Notify the Receptionist and/or Office Manager
immediately.
NATURAL GAS ODOR
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If you smell gas, notify the Receptionist to
contact the authorities.
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Once you are outside, DO NO T SMOKE.
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If you have a concern about any other odor,
contact the Receptionist and/or Office Manager.
If you have discovered a fire and the alarm has not
sounded:
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Warn others around you.
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Get out of the area and pull doors closed.
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Pull manual alarm box (if one is near) or call 911.
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Notify the Receptionist so an announcement can
be made.
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Evacuate the building through the nearest safe
exit.
Exit Route
Fire Extinguisher
First Aid Kits
EARTHQUAKE
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The Receptionist and/or Office Manager will
attempt to make an announcement over the loud
speakers on pertinent, immediate instructions.
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Go to small interior rooms without glass or
windows. Refer to your office evacuation map.
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Do not leave the building.
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Take cover under a desk or other furniture until
shaking stops to avoid fallen debris.
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Remain calm.
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Once shaking stops, fire wardens will make a
round to check on conditions and wellbeing of our
employees.
Fire evacuation route