If there's a Fire/Emergency alarm
If you discover a fire, break the glass of the nearest fire alarm point.
If it’s a small fire and you know how and which fire extinguisher to use, you can try and put the fire out – but don’t put yourself or anyone else in danger of getting hurt.
What do I do when the emergency alarm sounds?
The alarm is a siren or loud ringing noise. When you hear it, leave the building immediately by the nearest exit and make your way to your Assembly Point.
Click here  to view a map of the Emergency Evacuation Assembly Points at the North Star Campus.
Click here  to view the fire notice for the North Star Campus.
Click here  to view the fire notice for Kembrey Park.
Points to Remember:
Fire marshals can be easily identified as they wear high visibility yellow vests.
If you’re a lecturer, make sure all your learners are accounted for, or let a fire marshal know if someone is missing.
If your personal belongings are with you take them, but don’t go back to get anything - keep moving forwards to the nearest exit.
Don’t stand on the roads and make sure all learners go to the Assembly Points.
Follow instructions from the Fire Marshals – they are there to help you.
Do not re-enter the building until you are told to do so by the person in authority.