Emergency Procedures Name* First Last “Emergency” means any event that affects the ordinary daily operation of the program including, but not limited to fires, severe weather, natural disasters, power failures, or other events that threaten the immediate health and safety of a person receiving services; and that require calling 911, emergency evacuation, moving to an emergency shelter, or temporary closure or relocation of the program to another facility or service site for more than 24 hours.*TrueFalseWhen do we at Aveyron Homes, Inc. review the emergency procedures?*A. When first hired, then every other monthB. One time per yearC. Every 6 monthsD. Once a monthWhen do we at Aveyron Homes Inc. conduct fire drills for each home?*A. Every other month and one is to be completed, then within 30 days when a new client admissionB. Every 4 monthsC. Every other monthIf trapped in a home that is on fire are these the steps to follow: 1.) STAY CALM. Take steps to protect yourself. 2.)Crawl low, under the smoke to breathe cleaner air if there is a fire. Test doors for heat before opening them by placing the back of your hand against the door so you don’t burn you palm and fingers. Do not open a hot door, but find another exit route. Keep doors closed to slow the spread of smoke and fire. 3.) If you are trapped in a room, go to the window and telephone if you have one for help or stay by the window so rescuers can see you and wave a light-colored cloth to attract attention. Open windows if possible, but be ready to shut them if smoke rushes in. 4.) Stuff clothing, towels, or newspapers around the cracks in the doors to prevent smoke from entering your room.*TrueFalseIs this what “RACE” stands for during a fire emergency? REMOVE/RESCUE, ALARM/ALERT, CONFINE FIRE, EXTINGUISH (if you are able too safely)*YesNoWhat radio stations do you listen to for severe weather and or winter warnings?*A. KARP (106.9 FM) or KDUZ (1260) WCCO (830 AM)B. WKRP 93.7 FMC. LOON 99.4 FMD. KQRS 95.3 FMAre these the correct definitions between a watch and a warning? A watch is time to get prepared and a warning is time to take action and shelter.*YesNoDo you need to fill out a weather drill report for a watch or advisory?*YesNoDo you need to fill out a weather drill report for a warning?*YesNoWhen they issue a “Winter Storm Warning” for our area and you have an activity scheduled to attend with clients, what do you need to do?*A. Go do errandsB. Attend activities that are out of townC. Stay homeAdvisories are issued for extreme dangerous events, and require special attention and actions. Advisory events usually do pose and immediate threat to life and property. “Advisories” are sort of in between a “Watch” and “Warning” but typically an advisory is used for “More” severe type of weather conditions.*TrueFalseUse of an emergency shelter may include: severe weather, natural disasters, power failures, and other events that threaten the immediate health and safety of people receiving services.*TrueFalseIf you have a utility emergency where would you look to find phone numbers on who to call?*A. Yellow pagesB. Emergency procedure in the utility emergency sectionC. Client’s booksIf one of the homes is inhabitable from a natural disaster, where would you take the clients?*A. Call supervisor, follow supervisor’s recommendation and evacuate clients to a local hotel in the area or local Red Cross shelterB. To another homeC. To a local churchIf the furnace goes out in the home and it is in the middle winter who do you call?*A. Heat bustersB. Fire departmentC. Notify EPM or the Executive DirectorEmergency reports will be completed using the program’s emergency report and review form as soon possible after the occurrence, but no later than 24 hours after the emergency occurred or the program became aware of the occurrence.*TrueFalseNameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.