10.4 Site Manager and Instructions in case of Fire and Evacuation

 

The fire representatives will delegate any work tasks during fire and evacuation.

 

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The representatives are wearing a yellow vest.

 

 

1: Site Managers

 

 

BUS:

 

Block-2 Anne Hammer Knudsen

Bente Johansson (deputy),  Janne Molnes   (deputy) and Monika Ringdal (deputy)

Gynecology and Obstetrics (KK), floor: U

 

4

Kadri Madissoo

 

Olivera Bozickovic

Overlege Danielsens hus,

floor

2 Rita Pedersen and Synnøve Ygre Hauge (deputy)
Laboratory building, floor: 1M  

Beryl Leirvaag and Stian Knappskog (deputy)

 

 

3 Kristin P Rye and Rebecca Wangen (deputy)
 

 

5 Marianne Eidsheim: main lab (A)

Helene H Sandnes  and Therese B Onyango: labs in the B-area

Geir Bredholt: office area

Kjerstin Jakobsen (deputy)

 

 

 

6

 

7

 

Hans-Richard Brattbakk  and  Rita Holdhus (deputy)

 

Representative from K1.

 

 

8 Margit Solsvik : Lab A, north

Ingeborg Brønstad: Lab A, south

Linn Skartveit: Lab B, nord – and Offices

Lars Ertsvåg Breivik: Lab B, sør  and common area

Deputy 1 – Liv Kristine Øysæd

Deputy 2 – Elisabeth Tombra Halvorsen (except Fridays)

Deputy 3 – Kari Helland Mortensen (from 08:00 – 12:00)

 

Burhan Limdiawala –office area

Deputy 1 – Janicke Liland Bjørke

Deputy 2 – Kjetil Dyrkolbotn

 

 

9 Torunn Eide and Oddrun Gudbrandsen (deputy)

2: Tasks for the site manager

Tasks in case of fire

  • Put on the yellow vest
  • Evacuate those who have not left the area
  • Help those who need it
    If someone is in a burning room, consider the situation and your own risk. Call for help (55 97 22 22)

Try to get an overview of the staff / students gathered at the venue point
See here for more information and link to fire related forms

 

Tasks when ventilation fails

  • In cooperation with the contact person (one for each floor) assess the necessity to evacuate the laboratories.
  • Encourage people to leave the area.
  • Mark the laboratories as closed.
  • If necessary, obtain information about the downtime (duration and scope).
  • Consider when it is safe to enter the laboratory.
    • Return to the laboratories depends on how long the ventilation has been out of operation. (It is recommended that you wait between 15 and 60 minutes after normal operation is reported.)

Ongoing tasks

  • Conducting and logging escape routes, self-closing doors, emergency showers and eye flushes
  • Report to HSE Coordinator on conditions that may have an impact on fire safety
  • Give new employees, students and visitors an introduction to fire safety at the department. They should be given information about escape routes, meeting places, fire extinguishing equipment, emergency showers, emergency response boxes and fire protection training.

The tasks apply within the site managers own area of ​​responsibility

See here for more information on fire protection in the HSE portal