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Emergency Evacuation Procedures and Policies
If you discover a fire or fire hazard, notify Verve College personnel immediately. Fire alarms are located throughout each campus building and can be activated in the event of a fire. Designated exit routes are posted on maps located in the hallways. Classes and school operations will resume following the all- clear signal.
In case of a fire and/or other emergency, students, prospective students, employees, and prospective employees must follow the directions of Verve College officials. All exits are clearly marked and students, prospective students, employees, and prospective employees are expected to leave the building in a prompt and orderly fashion using designated exits.
Verve College is responsible for developing, maintaining, and testing the Emergency Operations Plan on an annual basis. Emergency response and evacuation drills, both announced and unannounced, are conducted biannually. During drills/emergencies, monitors will be responsible to make sure everyone evacuates from their area or goes to a safe place in the building and does not reenter the facilities or leave the safe area until an “all clear” has been announced. No one is asked to take any risks to their wellbeing. Monitors fill out drill evaluation forms and return them to administration. Records of drills and testing are available for review upon request at the administrative office.