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Library Emergency Guide

Library Emergency Guide

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Published by Yale Law Library
The emergency guide for the yale law library.
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Lillian Goldman Law Library New Haven, CTYale Law School
LAW LIBRARY EMPLOYEEEMERGENCY FLIP GUIDE*
In Case of Emergency Call:
On campus emergencyPolice (non-emergency)Preservation Emergency Phone911432-4400203-530-5414
Building / Maintenance Emergency (Day)
Law School Building Services432-4980
Building / Maintenance Emergency (Night)
Guard desk, Wall Street entrance432-8284Health Services/ Acute Care432-0123Escort Services432-9255 Nighttime Shuttle/Minibus Service432-6330
Lillian Goldman Law Library, 2012
*
 
Guide format and some content taken from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Employee Emergency Procedures booklet.
 
Lillian Goldman Law Library New Haven, CTYale Law School
INTRODUCTION TO THEEMERGENCY FLIP GUIDE
This booklet outlines how Law Library staff should respond to some types of emergencies. This guide is notcomprehensive. It is a reference to assist you in responding to the emergency. In responding to any emergency, remember these three things:
1. Do not take unnecessary risks.2. There is no substitute for remaining calm.3. Always use common sense.
•
For 
Medical
and
Fire
emergencies call
911
.
•
For 
Collections
emergencies (events that threaten the Library’s physical collections), call thePreservation Emergency Phone (24 hours) at
203-530-5414
.
•
For any emergencies that are a threat to personal safety (e.g. bomb threat, explosion…) call On-CampusEmergency at
911
, and then notify Library Administration at
432-7593
.
•
For non-emergency facilities-related issues, call Shana Jackson at
432-7593
, or email her at<shana.jackson@yale.edu> with the pertinent information.
Introduction
 
Lillian Goldman Law Library New Haven, CTYale Law School
 
EVACUATION PROCEDURES
1) Stay calm.2) Proceed to the nearest exit.
o
Use alternate exit if primary exit is obstructed.
o
Close ofce doors behind you as you leave.
o
Do not use the elevator.
o
Keep low to the oor if smoke is present.
3)
Check-in with designated ofcial outside nearest exit. S/he will be holding a clipboard.
Designated exits are:
o
Wall Street
o
High Street
o
York Street
o
Grove Street
DO NOT re-enter building until emergency personnel declare it is safe to do so.
4)
If smoke, heat or ames block your exit routes, or you are unable to evacuate on your own, stay in the room with the
door closed. Place a rolled towel underneath the door. Signal for help by waving a brightly colored cloth or shining a
ashlight at the window. If there is a telephone in the room, CALL 911 and let them know your exact location.
 5) If you need assistance evacuating, please review “Special Needs Guidelines” in this document.
Evacuation Procedures

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