SAFETY AND SECURITY TRAINING AND POLICIES


Safety and security for our staff, guests, and city is our top priority!


Below you will find the safety and security policies, important emergency contact incident reporting, evacuation plan, splash pad shut down.


Never hesitate to call 911. If you have any questions or concerns your supervisor will be happy to support you.

SAFETY AND SECURITY POLICIES

  • Any suspicious activity should be reported to the DCA Dispatch (216-621-6000), your supervisor, or if it is an emergency, call 911 immediately.

  • Public Square address is 100 West Superior Avenue.

  • Maintain safety and security of the children at all times. Be aware of your surroundings.

INCIDENT REPORTING (See downloadable PDF at the bottom of this page)

  • If an emergency/incident occurs take care of the immediate emergency first. This can include, but not limited to: contacted police, EMS, or Fire

  • Inform the supervisor on duty

  • The supervisor will then inform the next staff member in the chain of command

  • Additional communication will be had with any outside services provided (Fire, EMS, Police)

  • The first responder (GPC Staff Member) and any witnesses will complete a hard copy of the incident report.

TERMINAL TOWER EMERGENCY EVACUATION PLAN


PURPOSE

To provide specific instructions on safe evacuation from the Terminal Tower in case of fire or emergency.


REQUIREMENTS

TERMINAL TOWER SECURITY | 216-658-8401


PERSONS REQUIRING ASSISTANCE

K & D Management requests that an updated list be maintained indicating the name, location, and type of assistance needed for each physically challenged person. This list is then made available to the Fire Department. For the purpose of this procedure, any person with a temporary or permanent disability, or other condition that would require them to require assistance during an evacuation is considered “physically challenged”.


KNOW THE FOLLOWING IN ADVANCE

  • The location of the emergency exits

  • The location of the nearest fire extinguishers

  • How to use a fire extinguisher

  • Procedure for a fire emergency

  • How to activate the building fire alarm

RESPONSIBLE

All Group Plan Commission staff members must be aware of proper fire and emergency evacuation procedures.


PROCEDURE

In the event it becomes necessary to evacuate the building for any reason, please observe the following:

  • DO NOT PANIC

  • Do not use the elevator

  • Walk – do not run

  • Proceed to the Emergency Exit Stairwell that is located directly across from our office entrance.

  • Remember to assist those who are physically challenged