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4) Develop checklists for inside and outside building hazardous material release.
(5) Submit Work Order to Civil Engineering to complete required building modifications. These modifications may include security enhancements or permanent modifications to improve building sealing, safe room protection, or HVAC system controls.
(6) Designate and train shelter team members or designate individuals to implement actions (contact the Civil Engineer Readiness Flight for Shelter Management Team training).
(7) HAZMAT Technician Training Online train and familiarize (exercise) those who work or reside in the building on awareness and the procedures to be taken in an emergency (contact the Civil Engineer Readiness Flight for assistance).
(8) Identify aircraft notification procedures and actions for aircrew members. b. Building Assessment Checklist. The purpose of the building assessment (see Attachment 4) is to gather information about the building’s occupancy, ventilation system, and the characteristics that determine its vulnerability to an airborne hazard.
(1) HAZMAT Technician Training Online identify features pertinent to protective actions:
(a) Determine the type of ventilation system (natural ventilation, single-unit ventilators, or a duct system with central air handling units).
(b) If the building has a duct system, record the number of different zones and air handling units, and the locations of switches for each.
(c) Determine if the building has smoke purge fans and whether the intakes of the smoke purge fans are at ground level or elevated.
(d) Record the locations and identification of switches for the smoke purge fans.
(e) Determine if the building has automatic dampers in working condition on outside air fans and air handlers. (
f) List all exhaust fans and the location and identification of the control for each.
(g) Determine if stairwells are protected from smoke (external and isolated).
(h) HAZMAT Technician Training Online determine if the building have a public address system. If so, record the location of the broadcast microphone and controls.
(i) Record the information on communications with building security personnel.
(j) Obtain a copy of the evacuation routes posted for a fire emergency.
(k) Identify one or more safe rooms or areas to protect the planned building population. Request modifications to the room to enhance sealing and enable rapid use during emergencies.
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