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Shelter in Place

Tornado

There will be times when you will be asked to “Shelter in Place.” Sheltering in place means just what it sounds like and usually indicates that there is a possible danger to personnel that exists outside the building. These may include weather related phenomena such as a tornado; sever storms or flooding that make it treacherous to venture outdoors. Other reasons could be civil unrest or a regional disaster.

If a shelter in place order is given, appropriate instructions will be relayed to all staff and visitors by phone, e-mail and direct contact.



Last updated by sgenty on October 10, 2013 - 1:10pm.
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