Emergencies

The Purdue Emergency Procedures Handbook describes the procedures to follow in a variety of emergencies. Specific to Whistler Agricultural Research Building:

Immediate emergency notification: Dial 911 from a public or campus telephone to report:

 

 

Other Important Numbers

 

 

CPR-certified staff and automated external defibrillator:

Defibrillator located in Room 241, 49-40183.
Contact: Christie Williams, 49-46763,
cwilliams@purdue.edu
Contact: Brandi Schemerhorn, 49-47494,
bschemer@purdue.edu

Evacuation procedure: Use the stairs; do not use the elevator. Report to the emergency assembly area, our designated safe location where occupants of Whistler assemble and report to the roll taker(s) after an evacuation. Located at the south end of the building in the grass lot in front of the Food Science building.

Fire: Occupants are required by law to follow the evacuation procedure above when the fire alarm sounds. Do not re-enter the building or work area emergency responders instruct you to do so.

Tornado: Take the stairs to the sub-basement and meet at the northeast corner of the building for roll.

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