Please click the links below to review important Fire and Emergency procedures and information.
ON THE DISCOVERY OF A FIRE
ON HEARING A CONTINUOUS ALARM
EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS (printable document)
The University of Limerick Executive Crisis Management Plan is drawn up in compliance with the requirements of the Safety, Health & Welfare at Work Act 2005 (Part 2 Section 11) which states that it is the duty of employers to prepare and revise adequate plans to be followed in emergencies. The main aims of the crisis/incident management are:
The aim of the Executive Crisis Management Plan is to set out the duties and responsibilities of University staff in the event of a campus wide incident or a crisis which may affect the operation and/or reputation of the University.
2.1 BUILDING EMERGENCY PLANS
Please click the link Building Emergency Plans for detailed information.
3.FIRE AND EMERGENCY AIDS
In an emergency situation, everyone must be able to evacuate the premises quickly and safely. For people with certain physical disabilities and mobility issues this may be more difficult. In order to ensure that adequate provision has been made to evacute people with disability and mobility issues , evacuation chairs have been installed in the main teaching buildings. Click Evacuation Chair Locations to familiarise yourself with each location. You can also review the document below for inforamtion n the make and model of evacuation chair used in the University of Limerick.
Disabled Evacuation Chairs
This programme is part of the upcoming University of Limerick's Research Careers and Development Programme and is aimed for Research Staff
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