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Tornado Warning

By definition, a tornado warning is an alert by the National Weather Service confirming a tornado sighting and location. The weather service will announce the approximate time and detection and direction of movement. Winds will be 75 mph or greater.

If a Tornado Warning Is Issued:

  • Move away from the exterior of the building to a central area near the corridor or elevator lobby.

  • As you move, try to close the doors of rooms which have windows. Also, be sure the door to your suite is closed tightly but not locked. 

  • You may travel the stairwell(s) to a lower floor IF NECESSARY– REMEMBER stairwells are to be FREE and CLEAR, allowing access of emergency personnel.

  • DO NOT USE THE ELEVATORS.

  • DO NOT go to the first floor lobby, basement, or outside of the building.

  • Keep your radio or television set tuned to a local station for information.

  • KEEP CALM. If you are trapped in an outside office, seek protection under a desk.

  • Once the weather has subsided, report any damage or storm related leaks to the Management Office - 404-527-7242.

  • Remain in the holding area until the “all-clear” is given by Management staff.

PLEASE BE FAMILIAR WITH THESE PROCEDURES

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