Calmly and quietly walk to the nearest exit
Direct others to evacuate the area. Look for lighted exit signs.
Do not use elevators
Do not chance getting caught in an elevator should there be a power failure. If someone needs assistance with stairs, lead them to the stairs and seek help with assisting them down the stairs.
Alert HMC staff in safety vests (evacuation coordinators) of those trapped or in need of immediate assistance. See Evacuating People with Disabilties (PDF).
Follow the instructions of building monitors or other emergency personnel
Do not re-enter buildings that are being evacuated. Ask response personnel for assistance.
For additional information see Building Evacuation Procedures (PDF)
Evacuation Sites and Map
Refer to the evacuation map and table below to identifiy your assembly point(s).
- HMC Building and Residence Hall Evacuation Site (PDF)
- HMC Building and Residence Hall Evacuation Site (PNG
|Building/Location||Evacuation Assembly Site|
|F.W. Olin Science Center||1|
|Dartmouth North and South Classrooms||1|
|Parsons Engineering Building||2, 4b|
|Galileo Hall||3, 4b|
|Jacobs Science Center and Keck Laboratories 1st and 2nd floor||3|
|Beckman Hall, W.M. Keck Laboratories (sub-basement)||1, 3|
|Joseph B. Platt Campus Center||4a|
|R. Michael Shanahan Center for Teaching and Learning||4a, 4b|
|South Hall/Marks Residence and North Hall||6|
|Hoch-Shanahan Dining Commons||5, 7|
|Ronald and Maxine Linde Activities Center||8|
|Frederick and Susan Sontag Residence Hall||8|
|East Hall/Mildred E. Mudd Hall||9|
|Ronald and Maxine Linde Residence Hall||10|
|J.L. Atwood Residence Hall||9, 11|
|Case Residence Hall||11|