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Building Evacuation/Lockdown Process
If an emergency on campus requires the evacuation of a building or buildings, notification to evacuate will be sent via fire alarm, the college-wide P.A. system, Alertus Mass Notification System, or through cell phone texts, e-mails, or phone calls via the college’s subscriber-based emergency notification system (OmniAlert) and the subscriber-based Flashalert.org. In all cases, evacuate calmly to the designated evacuation assembly area for your specific building. Evacuation routes and evacuation assembly areas are noted in each room. Remain at the location until given an “all clear” announcement from an authorized LWTech official. In the event of a building lockdown, the campus will be advised of the situation via the P.A. system, Alertus Mass Notification System, and OmniAlert. Follow announced instructions and stay inside until an “all clear” announcement is given.
Campus Emergency Alert System Service
Sign Up for Alert System:
LWTech.edu/Alerts
The campus emergency alert systems are available to faculty, staff, students, family and friends, and area community members. These two systems send emergency alerts anytime there is a campus emergency or an unplanned campus closure.
Emergency Closure Information
flashalertseattle.net
In the event of a college closure, tune to local radio and TV stations, or visit the web for information on college operations.
First Aid Information
To prevent spread of disease through contact with human blood or bodily fluids during emergencies, and in selected clinic courses, wearing protective gloves is advised. For courses with potential exposure to blood or body fluids, protective equipment is available in the classroom. First aid kits are available in many locations across the campus, as shown on campus emergency flipcharts. Dispose of used first aid products with Facilities and Operations.
Hoverboards
Evidence demonstrates that some batteries and chargers in motorized self-balancing scooters, popularly called hoverboards, are dangerous and prone to explosion, creating a substantial safety and fire risk. The safety of our students and our entire campus community is important. LWTech prohibits the use, possession, or storage of hoverboards in any of our campus buildings or on campus property.
Lost and Found Service
Unclaimed (found) items on campus should be turned in to Campus Public Safety. To inquire about lost items, contact Campus Public Safety or simply visit Trackmole.com and enter Lake Washington Institute of Technology to view lost and found items.
Personal Safety Escorts
If faculty, staff, or students feel unsafe while walking across campus LWTech Campus Public Safety offers personal safety escorts.
  

















































































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