Fire Drill Schedule for Non-Residence Hall Fire Drills

Fire Drill Schedule for Non-Residence Hall Fire Drills

Campus fire drills will take place during the last 10 minutes of the typical class period. The drills will take place in several buildings at a time, with two drill periods daily one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Exit the buildings during the drills and remain outside until the all clear has been given. If your building is not included on the list below then special scheduling will take place with the building occupants to ensure that all buildings participate in a fire drill.

Morning Drills
M   W    F     Drill period starts at 10:10 a.m.
   T    Th       Drill period starts at 9:10 a.m.

Afternoon Drills
M   W    F     Drill period starts at 2:10 p.m.
   T    Th       Drill period starts at 1:35 p.m.

Monday, Oct. 3
Group 1 10:10 a.m. Old Gym, St. John's Church, Creighton Hall, Jesuit Residence
Group 2 2:10 p.m. Schneider Building, Walt R. Jahn Building, Pittman Building

Tuesday, Oct. 4
Group 3 9:10 a.m. Kiewit Fitness Center, Brandeis Hall, Skutt Student Center
Group 4 1:35 p.m. Reinert Library, Dowling Hall, Hitchcock Building

Wednesday, Oct. 5
Group 5 10:10 a.m. Bio-Information Center, Cardiac Center
Group 6 2:10 p.m. Criss I, Criss Complex (II, III), Rigge, Hixson Lied, Eppley

Thursday, Oct. 6
Group 7 9:10 a.m. Kitty Gaughan Pavilion, Ahmanson School of Law, Lied Education Center for the Arts.
Group 8 1:35 p.m. Harper Center, Labaj Building, Linn Building

Friday, Oct. 7
Group 9 10:10 a.m. Murphy Building, Ryan Center, Jelinek Building, Wareham Building.
Group 10 2:10 p.m. Military Science, Health Policy and Ethics

Process for the Drills:

  1. At the time of the drill, a member of Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S), Public Safety or Facilities Management will activate the system using a pull station in each of the buildings. A walk through of public areas will be conducted quickly to ensure that everyone has exited the building. The system will be silenced and an "all clear" given within seven minutes after the alarm is sounded.
  2. The "all clear" will be given, the fire panels will be reset and everyone will be allowed to re-enter to the buildings.
  3. Each department will be given an opportunity to comment and provide feed back on the drills. This will help identify any problems and resulting education needs that should be met before the University's next drill.