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EVACUATION

In the event of an evacuation of the Masonic Centre, the following procedure shall be followed.

The assembly point is the car park behind the Woolpack.

A diagram showing the exit routes and fire equipment is posted in the lobby area.

FIRE

Users of the centre are not to tackle fires, but shall evacuate the building immediately and call the emergency services.

Fire extinguishers are provided only to assist with the evacuation of the building if required.

Fire blankets are located in the Lodge Room and outside the kitchen.

FIRST AID

A list of first aiders is available from the secretary.

Medical Emergencies

In the event of a serious injury or illness, then the emergency services should be called using the 999 emergency telephone number. For lesser medical situations the following might be helpful:

The nearest Accident and Emergency/Casualty dept. is:

First Aid Kit

The first aid kit is located in the lobby area of the centre. The kit contains a range of plasters, dressings, bandages, sterile wipes, safety pins, Nitrile powder free gloves, foil blankets and scissors etc. A complete list is included inside the box.

DEFIBRILLATOR

If the person is unresponsive call 999 for an ambulance.

If you know how:

Click here to watch a demonstration video of the defibrillator.