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HILL CAMPUS EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN CAMPUS EVACUATION & EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN The Hill Group 11045 Gage Avenue, Frankl...

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HILL CAMPUS EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN CAMPUS EVACUATION & EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN The Hill Group 11045 Gage Avenue, Franklin Park, IL 60131 Scheduled Revision 7/1/2016 I. PURPOSE  The purpose of this plan is to establish procedures for the systematic, safe, and orderly evacuation or sheltering of the office and production facilities of The Hill Group in case of fire or other emergency requiring immediate egress from office. 

Fire or Building Collapse



Hazardous Weather Emergencies/In-Building Evacuation is Exhibit A of this plan



Power Outage See Exhibit B of this plan



Terrorism or Threat events affecting the campus



Workplace Violence



Hazardous substance exposure

II. OBJECTIVES 

The primary objective of this plan is to minimize and/or prevent injury and property damage.



The secondary objective is to provide proper education as part of the continuing training program for all occupants, to assure the prompt reporting of a fire and the proper response, and the immediate initiation of fire safety procedures to safeguard life and contain fire until the arrival of the fire department. This Evacuation Safety Plan will be placed into effect by designated emergency evacuation personnel upon activation or notification of any emergency condition.

III. BUILDING AND EQUIPMENT INFORMATION 

The design of the Hill office and shop facilities incorporates the following features for fire and life safety: o

An emergency alarm, power and lighting system will provide notification and illumination sufficient for evacuation purposes. Emergency lighting is located in all areas of each building on the campus

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Emergency Exits are marked with illuminated EXIT signs in each building on the campus.

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HILL CAMPUS EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN IV. BUILDING DESCRIPTION AND ACTIVITY  11045 Gage: Main Office building and SM/PF/PLU fabrication shops  3201 Wolf: Offices and FP fabrication Shop/High Bay area / Service Storage  3205 Wolf: Leased storage (Prairie Group Packaging)  11100 Belmont: Support Services, Storage, Document retention V. EVACUATION ASSEMBLY AREAS BY BUILDING  11045 Gage: West Main Parking Area on Gage – Stay away from Power Lines. Stay 75’ from any power lines - Map Provided  3201 Wolf Shops: High Bay and shops - East Staging area between 3201 Wolf & 11100 Belmont – Map provided  3201 Wolf Offices: Parking lot on North Side of building toward Belmont – Map Provided  3205 Wolf: 11045 Gage Main Parking Area on Gage - Map Provided  11100 Belmont: Staging Area on West Side of Building between 3205 wolf and 11100 Belmont - Building Evacuation Plans Provided in Exhibit C IMPORTANT NOTE – All Gathering areas should be at least 100 ft. from building VI. EVACUATION SAFETY TEAM  To effectively implement the provisions of this Evacuation Safety Plan, an Evacuation Safety Team for Hill Group’s Inc., Franklin Park Campus, will be established and staffed as follows: 

Evacuation Directors and Assistant Directors will wear RED vests.



Evacuation Directors and Assistant Directors will be individuals who work full time on the Hill campus.



Evacuation Directors and Assistant (secondary) Directors by Building o 11045 Gage  Primary Shops – Sheet Metal, Piping and Plumbing Shop Superintendents  Secondary Shops – Campus, Chuck Brush  Primary Office, First Floor, East – Caezette Smith  Secondary Office, First Floor, East Debra Liga  Primary Office, First Floor, West - Julie Chapman  Secondary Office, First Floor, West – Rosie  Primary Office, Second Floor East– CFO Steve Schumm  Secondary Office, Second Floor, East – Comptroller, Andrew Markewicz  Primary Office, Second Floor, West – Mona Blood  Secondary Office, Second Floor West – Tami Farber o 3201 Wolf (HCC)  Primary Shops – Tim – Fire Protection  Secondary Shops – Joe Miskell  Primary Office North– Corey, Operations Manager  Secondary Office North – Temo, HMS dispatch  Primary Office, South – Nick Muscolino  Secondary Office, South – Crystal Aviles

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HILL CAMPUS EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN o

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3205 Wolf  Primary – Prairie Group Packaging Lease  Secondary – Prairie Group Packaging Lease 11100 Belmont  Primary – Harry Humyak  Secondary – Mark Burns



Identification and Selection of Evacuation Directors and Assistant Directors o List will be updated annually and as needed



Persons to Liaison with Emergency Personnel and First Responders o Evacuation Directors/Hill Group’s Executive Leaders

VII. TEAM DIRECTIVES 



Evacuation Directors and Assistant Directors Responsibilities o The Evacuation Director shall be an individual who is knowledgeable of Hill operations and staff working throughout the individual buildings. The Director’s duties will include, but will not be limited to the following: o

Be thoroughly versed with this Evacuation Safety Plan. Periodically review the plan to insure that it is current.

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Insure that Evacuation Directors and Assistant evacuation Directors, and other team members are assigned for each area.

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Help Safety and Risk to conduct fire/evacuation drills.

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It is a Best Practice to maintain a current list of personnel with disabilities, their work location, and assign two Evacuation Attendants for each. Additionally, individuals with a known condition should be on the list.

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Insure someone is assigned to meet the fire department at all times and provide sets of keys to the fire department. (In addition to keys furnished in required exterior boxes)

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Serve as liaison or assign a person to serve as liaison between the business and the Franklin Park Fire Department Incident Commander.

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Have assigned designee if absent from office in the event of emergency evacuation

Evacuation Directors and Assistant Directors o Each area of the building phases will be under the direction of a designated Evacuation Director and Assistant Director who is responsible for the total evacuation of the area. He or she shall:

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Study and review the floor plan of his/her floor or area and be aware of occupants in area for purpose of evacuation.

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Have available a current list of special needs personnel for their areas. Those persons with special needs will have two Evacuation Attendants assigned for assistance.

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Conduct a search of your designated floor or area and direct occupants/visitors/vendors to the nearest safe exit. Areas searched should include restrooms, conference rooms, etc. that may be occupied.

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Report to the Evacuation Directors or Hill Group’s Executive Leadership on the status of their floors or areas of evacuation and any persons still in the building or unaccounted for.

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Evacuation Directors should also be persons who are normally in their area most of every working day in each of the three building phases.

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Assistant Evacuation Directors should assist Fire Directors in their normal responsibilities and will fill in for Fire Directors in their absence.

For Hill Personnel with special needs or disabilities the Evacuation Directors and Assistants shall upon evacuation notification: o

Locate the person with disability to whom they are assigned and ensure that there is sufficient help available to evacuate them to safety.

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Upon completion of the evacuation of the person with disability, immediately contact the Franklin Park Emergency Services Responders giving the location of the person with disability.

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If unable to evacuate the person with disability to the exit, one Evacuation Attendant should stay with the person with disability and another report to the official Franklin Park Emergency Services Responders of the location of the person with disability.

VIII. PROCEDURE FOR EVACUATION 

Evacuation in Event of Fire or other Egress Emergency o

Locate the closest manual pull station alarm, these are located at every exit door, in case of fire emergency or other egress emergency, the Evacuation Director or Assistant Director will then insure that notification has been made through alarm, paging system and verbal communication. a) The type of emergency will be communicated when making the notification.

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Upon notification, BEGIN IMMEDIATE EVACUATION. The evacuation team will begin their duties as assigned to assist in the evacuation of the building. In the event occupants are not in their normal work locations at the time of the evacuation, they

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HILL CAMPUS EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN should evacuate to the nearest exit and proceed to the evacuation assembly area. All occupants must proceed in an orderly fashion to the nearest available exit. All of the occupants and visitors will proceed to the evacuation assembly area or as directed by fire department. When working in areas of loud machinery, use the buddy system to insure all occupants hear and see the alarms and know to evacuate the building. Tap the shoulder of the person working next to you to verify their knowledge of evacuation. O

DO NOT RE-ENTER THE BUILDING WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM THE FRANKLIN PARK FIRE OR POLICE DEPARTMENT.



If You Discover a Fire – R A C E o R - Rescue persons in immediate danger o A - Activate FIRE PULL STATION, phone paging system and verbal communication. o C - Contain fire and smoke by closing all doors to fire area o E - Evacuate immediately all persons to assembly area. Only extinguish a fire if you have been trained and feel comfortable doing so. Any fire that has been burning longer than 30 seconds, or any fire that is larger than the size of an office trash can, should not be attempted to extinguish.



Evacuation Drills and Training o All persons occupying the building will participate in the drills and shall be trained on the evacuation procedures of this plan as needed. o

Details of drills and evaluation of their effectiveness will be maintained by The Hill Groups Risk Management and Safety Teams. This information will be available for examination by building tenants and Franklin Park Fire Department personnel as requested.

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HILL CAMPUS EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN Guide for Pulling the Manual Fire Alarm 

Anyone who detects smoke, fire, or any other egress emergency should immediately follow the directions on the fire Alarm, grab handle, push in and pull down.



Guide for calling 911 and who can call 911 on behalf of Hill or individuals o Anyone who detects smoke, fire, or any other egress emergency. Give your name, company name, company address, location of fire, and as much information as possible about the fire or emergency. Should be responsible for assisting the Fire Dept. in accounting for all occupants of the building. o Report any known missing persons to the fire department.

EXHIBIT A

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HILL CAMPUS EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN Hazardous Weather Emergency Plan In-Building Shelter or Evacuation Elements of the Hazard Weather Emergency Plan will be invoked under the Evacuation Safety Plan, but to include a DESIGNATED REFUGE AREA in place of an EVACUATION ASSEMBLY AREA. Hazard and exposures resulting from them may include the following  Tornado  Strong Storm  Flash Flooding  Earthquake When a hazardous weather alert is announced by the EVACUATION DIRECTORS or HILL GROUP’S EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP, over our PA System or through the emergency Alert System in our vicinity all employees should immediately go to the closest Hazardous Weather Refuge Area. All employees should stay in the Hazard Weather Refuge Area until given the all clear sign from the Evacuation Director or Assistant Director their DESIGNEE.     



Hazard Weather Refuge Area The Designated Refuge Area for 11045 Gage Office is: In Hallway Between Print Services And The Shop, In Stairway Under The Stairs, In First Floor Restrooms: The Designated Refuge Area for 11045 Plant is: Locker Room, Restrooms, Storage Rooms And Storage Near Compressor: The Designated Refuge Area for 3201 Wolf Road is: Service Dispatching Office The Office Staff Should Shelter In Bim Rooms 1 And 2: The Designated Refuge Area for 3205 Wolf Road is: The Interior Restrooms As A Primary Location In The Pump Room: The Designated Refuge Area for 11100 Belmont Road is: The Highbay Area:

EXHIBIT B Power Outage In the event of a power failure to the facilities, the following procedures will apply: o Manually turn off computers, printers, copy machines, and other electronic equipment to prevent a power surge from damaging equipment when power is restored. o

Use ONLY battery- powered flashlights and lamps instead.

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Do not attempt to use the elevators, instead follow the emergency corridor lighting towards the exit signs toward the stairs. Evacuation Directors and Assistant Directors are responsible for confirming that all elevators have been cleared, and for posting “Do Not Use” signs.

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If Power has been lost in the building, leadership will communicate with each department all updates from the Utility. Leadership will take into consideration the expected duration of outage and the departments need for power and then direct employees that may leave work for the day, no employee should leave without communicating with their direct supervisor..

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HILL CAMPUS EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN EXHIBIT C

3201 N Wolf Shop Evacuation Assembly Location

3201 N. Wolf Office Evacuation Assembly Location

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HILL CAMPUS EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN EXHIBIT D

11045 Gage Evacuation Assembly Area

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EXHIBIT E

3205 Wolf Road Evacuation Assembly Area

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HILL CAMPUS EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN EXHIBIT F

11100 Belmont Evacuation Assembly Location

Emergency Evacuation Assembly Areas Signs are posted in the assembly areas noted on the Campus maps

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Shelter In Place

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Shelter in Place

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Shelter in Place

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