Tenant Handbook


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Severe Weather and Natural Disasters

The U.S. Weather Service reports the movement of severe weather that may present a threat to metropolitan area. Tenants have the choice of evacuating or remaining in the building during a severe weather alert. If your company decides to evacuate the building, notify the Incident Commander of your intention to do so. If an early alert is given by the U.S. Weather Service and a decision is made to remain in the building, certain steps can be taken to prepare for the severe weather.

 

Tenants should maintain an inventory of first aid and emergency supplies to be used during severe weather.

 

Notify the Building Management Office of all leaks, fires, and structural or other damage during or after the storm.

 

If informed by the U.S. Weather Service that severe weather is imminent, follow the steps below:

 

  • Move to core areas of the building
  • Take cover in an interior hallway
  • Stay away from doors and windows
  • Close perimeter doors behind you

TENANT SERVICES

BE PREPARED

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

We invite you to learn how to implement your own emergency preparedness plans by using the resources from our PREP website.

LIFE SAFETY & SECURITY

Become familiar with the life safety information specific to your building and location. Sign in to Building Safety Solutions to view the multimedia presentation that will help you in a crisis event.

SAFETYMAX

Purchase first aid supplies and emergency provisions and sign up for CPR, FA, AED training on our custom order site with corporate pricing, product guidelines, and other tools.