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Electrical Wiring


Residents may not alter or repair any electrical equipment or fixture provided by the University. Defects in electrical equipment or wiring should be reported to the NGU Resident Life and let them report it to the CES Department.


Use of Power Strips and Extension Cords


 Electrical overloads are not permitted. Drop/extension cords are not allowed in the resident halls.


 Do not overload circuits by plugging too many appliances into one outlet. If two or more appliances with a combined wattage of more than 1,500 watts are used, use an Underwriter Laboratory approved power strip with a built-in circuit breaker/surge protector (15 amps or less).


 Extension cords shall not be used as a substitute for permanent wiring.  Extension cords must not be used in succession or in conjunction with power strips.


Procedures for evacuation:


GENERAL EVACUATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR ALL PEOPLE:


1. Be informed and prepared before an emergency or disaster occurs.


2. Be aware of what the problem is; what has caused the “Safety Plan” to be initiated so that you will know how to respond.


3. Know exit locations and exit routes. 4. Be as calm as you can. 5. Follow the instructions of the person(s) in charge. 6. When calling Campus Safety & Security or 911: a. Speak calmly and clearly so that you are understood b. Give your name, telephone number and location c. The exact location of the emergency or problem d. The nature and scope of the emergency or problem; i.e. what is the problem? Are there any injuries? How many injuries?


e. Do not hang up the phone until told to do so by the person you are talking to. Note: If you receive a busy signal and are not able to talk with someone in Campus Safety & Security, keep trying until you are able to talk to someone in Campus Safety & Security.


7. When exiting or evacuating a building or area, be careful of other people, not to push them down, step on them or push other people onto fallen or disabled people.


FIRE: Fires are unpredictable, fast and the smoke from the flames and burning of many different types of material is toxic and deadly. Your safety and the safety of others comes first and foremost.


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