OSHA's Fire Prevention Plan regulation, found at 29 CFR 1910.38, 29 CFR 1926.24 and Subpart F requires a written plan that contains specific program elements. This plan addresses fire emergencies that could possibly occur on the campus of BYU-Idaho.
It is the intent of this university to assure that hazardous accumulations of combustible waste materials are controlled so that a fast developing fire, rapid spread of toxic smoke, or an explosion will not occur. Employees should contact the safety office (496-2414) for information concerning the hazardous properties of materials in their workplaces, and the degree of hazard each poses.
BYU-Idaho is committed to providing as safe, crime-free, and productive an environment as possible for university students, faculty, and staff. Employees should be prepared to cope with the hazards and disasters that threaten the day-to-day functions of the university. Fires, natural disasters, bomb threats, accidents, robberies, and assaults can and will occur. The entire plan can be viewed here.
A campus building should be evacuated whenever remaining in the building becomes life-threatening, when an alarm is sounded (based upon verification as per this policy), or upon the request of authorities. The complete procedure for evacuation can be viewed here.
This site gives good instructions for the use of the emergency phones located under the blue lights across campus. To view these instructions, go here.
The PASS system is probably the best way to remember how to use a portable fire extinguisher. To view these instructions, go here.
Flammable or combustible materials will generally not ignite without an external source of ignition.
In the event of an emergency, there are people on each floor of the campus buildings that have received instructions on what to do. These people are called "Building Coordinators". A list of those that have accepted this service are found here.
Contains additional information on fire safety not found on this site.