General Emergency Evacuation Plan – Doll Building

The purpose of a General Emergency Evacuation Plan (GEEP) is to enable visitors to the building with restricted mobility or those who may not be able to evacuate unaided to become familiar with the layout, evacuation procedures, available equipment and communication devices. If you feel that this document does not provide you with sufficient information or that you require further assistance, please contact the college on 01865 274770.

The Building: Doll building consists 3 floors all containing student accommodation. There are 3 fire exits available from the building on the ground floor. It has two staircases leading to the 1st and 2nd floors which may be used in the event of a fire. It is not recommended that persons with significant mobility constraints should use the building without a Personal Emergency Egress Plan (PEEP) being put in place.

Action required on hearing the Fire Alarm: If able, you should leave the building immediately by the nearest fire exit (see floorplans below) and report to the assigned assembly point for the building which is the grassed area at the front near the weather station. Other recommendations: The fires escapes are not accessible by wheelchair users and visitors to Green Templeton College should familiarise themselves with the floor layout of the building they are in. Floor plans and evacuation equipment locations have been provided with this document.

Refuge areas

  • There are no refuge areas for this building. If unable to egress, a member of staff sweeping the building will stay with the guest and call for assistance.

Ground Floor Doll Building

Ground Floor Doll Building Diagram

First Floor Doll Building

First Floor Doll Building Diagram

Second Floor Doll Building

Second Floor Doll Building Diagram

Key For Emergency Exits And Assembly Point

Fire action notices are in every area within the college and stipulate the action in the event of discovering a fire or in the event of the fire alarm sounding in the building. Please familiarise yourself with the instructions on this notice and comply in the event of a fire or the fire alarm. In the event of a fire please call 999.

Fire Action Sign

Fire doors are designed to protect escape routes within buildings and limit the growth of a fire. Any door labelled with one of the above signs will resist a fire for a minimum of 30 minutes. Please ensure that you do not prevent any door with this label from shutting and if you find a door that does not shut then please report it to a member of staff.

Fire Door Sign

The fire alarm systems in this building rely on smoke and heat detectors. In addition to these there is the additional measure of Fire alarm call points which will trigger the fire alarm system within a building. If you see a fire, ensure your own safety first and if possible activate a call point by pushing the plastic window.

Fire Alarm Sign