Someone falls in the hallway
A weather alert sound is heard on the weather radio
You look out the window and notice that a thunderstorm is moving in
All of the above
The fire alarm is activated, there is no smell of smoke and co-workers do not seem alarmed
A winter storm warning has just been issued for the immediate area due to freezing rain
A co-worker who is a known diabetic faints
An email alert indicates that a tornado warning has been issued for Wake County
A visitor in the courthouse stops you in the hallway, appearing distressed due to pain they are experiencing in the chest and arms
A man in an electric wheelchair
A woman who is using a cane
A mother with a small child and a baby in a stroller
A group of senior citizens who are touring the building after finishing a walking tour of downtown Raleigh
Choose the exit closest to you
Choose the exit furthest from you
Follow someone you know down the hall
Choose not to exit
When leaving the building after hearing a file alarm, use the nearest exit.
If a tornado warning is issued that affects your location, use the basement of your building for shelter.
After calling 911 as the result of a medical emergency, stay on the line with the dispatcher and follow their instructions.
If a tornado warning is issued, leave the building as soon as you can and go home.