Emergency Action Plan


Please follow and respect the policies and procedures of this Emergency Action Plan (EAP).
While Edwin Parr Composite School does everything possible to prevent injuries and accidents at the school, there is still potential for serious accidents and injuries in any athletic event. If a serious injury occurs, time becomes critical. Subsequently, the implementation of this EAP must be adhered to while in attendance at Edwin Parr Composite School events.

A person in Charge:
* Administrator in Charge -Mr. Desmond Nolan (780) 307-5037
* Tournament Chair - Mr. Wade Hicks (780) 213-0969
* Teacher Supervisors - Mrs. Brenna Liddell (780) 887-4410
- Miss Kayla Hardy (780) 933-6817

First person on the scene of the accident:
* Assess injury status of a player (particularly head and/or spinal injuries).
* Contact Person in Charge as soon as possible.
If an ambulance and paramedics are required the Person in Charge will call 911 if he/she deems it necessary and it hasn’t been done yet.

Edwin Parr Composite School
#4 University Drive
Athabasca, Alberta T9S 0A3
Phone: 780-675-2285

Athabasca Regional Multiplex
#2 University Drive
Athabasca, Alberta T9S 0A3
Phone: 780-675-2967

* Person in Charge will take control of an emergency situation until a medical authority arrives.
* Document the events of the accident and file a written report if necessary.
Calling Person in Charge:
* Call Person in Charge (Administrator or Teacher supervisor or Teacher at score table) is responsible for making the 911 telephone call. Teacher supervisors and Teacher at score table are required to have a cell phone on their person while attending an athletic event while at EPC or the Multiplex.
* Stay in constant communication with the medical provider and the Person in Charge.
* Contact Tournament Chair. Tournament Chair is responsible for having his/her cell phone number available to the call Person in Charge.
* Assist the Person in Charge with the filing of Accident Report if requested.

Control Person:
* The Teacher supervisor and/or other Teachers at the score table are responsible for controlling the crowd and other participants.
* After the area is secured and controlled, the Teacher supervisor will act as the guide for emergency personnel outside of the building to ensure expedient access to the victim.
* Seek highly trained medical personnel in the building if the Person in Charge believes the injury is serious and cannot wait for emergency assistance to arrive.
* In consultation with the Person in Charge, Tournament Chair (if necessary) and game Officials the continuation of play will be determined.

Location of Medical Facilities

(Hospital) 3100 - 48 Avenue
Athabasca, AB T9S 1M9
Telephone: (780)675-6000
Location of AED
AED is located in the main office of Edwin Parr Composite School.

Fire Drills and Building Evacuation

General Information
Fire drills are compulsory. We are obligated to hold at least three in the fall and three in the spring, under a variety of conditions.
When an alarm sounds, you cannot be certain if it is a drill, a real fire or a different emergency in some parts of the school; therefore, for safety, you are to leave whatever you are doing and exit the building quickly and quietly.
Informing Students of Procedures and Regulations
Teachers are to ensure that students are aware of procedures and regulations in regard to fire drills and evacuations.
Procedures and evacuation routes should be posted in each classroom.

Responsibilities of Staff and Students
1. Staff shall advise all classes of evacuation routes and procedures, and ensure that these are posted in all rooms.
2. When the fire alarm sounds, staff members in charge of a class, at the time will, direct students to stop working and have them exit according to the evacuation route. As students are leaving the room, the teacher will take the class attendance sheet for a student count. The teacher will make certain that all windows and doors are shut. Doors should not be locked! Lights should be left on!
3. When the alarm sounds, the teacher must check to see if the evacuation route is safe. Once the teacher has decided upon a safe route, students evacuate the building while the teacher closes the door and follows the class.
4. When the students are outside the building in the designated area, the teacher will take attendance and remain with the class until re-entry is permitted. Any students not present for attendance are to be reported. A runner from each junior high and high school group will report attendance to the secretaries, who will be located across from the Bus entrance doors.
5. When an all clear is indicated with 3 bells, the teacher will accompany students back to the classroom for a resumption of instruction.

1. Students are not to pick up any possessions from lockers when leaving classrooms and the building.
2. Students will proceed as quickly and quietly as possible, without running or undue conversation.
3. When at the designated evacuation stations, students will assist in roll call. Students are to remain with their teacher at the station. Students are not to re-enter the building or leave the school grounds without the teacher’s consent.
4. Students re-enter the building as directed by the teacher.

Evacuation Route Exits
North Stairwell Exit (by modular classrooms)
Pod 203/North 2nd-floor learning commons/music room/computer lab/Library overhang learning commons
West Bus Entrance
Pod 109/Drama room/Cosmo room/Foods room/Canteen/Admin Suite (offices, conference room, staff room)
East Main Entrance
Library Learning Commons
South Stairwell Exit (by the staff parking lot)
Pod 206/East and South 2nd Floor Learning Commons/2nd Floor Offices
Modular West Exit
Pod 103/Graphics Lab/Art Room/North 1st floor learning commons
Modular North Exit
All modular classrooms
Gym West Exits
PE classes
Automotive West Exit
Industrial Arts/Automotive/Welding

Other Stations
Any students in washrooms are to exit through the nearest exit and rejoin classes as indicated below.
Evacuation Stations
All stations (classes) are to line up on the west side of the bus pickup lines close to the curb (by the field) approximately 25-30 meters from the building. Class lists are to be taken from the classroom for student counts. A student runner will run the lists back to the bus entrance sidewalk where front office personnel will take them.
Students and teachers are to remain at stations until an all clear is confirmed. Students are to remain with the teacher and not leave school grounds.
All staff (EA’s, Custodians, Maint and Tech) who are not in a class need to report to the front office staff by the bus entrance.


It can be called by any staff member.
Only Mr. Nolan, Mr. Morrison Mrs. Liddell or the designated principal for that day will announce the end of a lockdown.

Evacuation for such things as a gas leak, water line break, electrical problems
bomb threat, building structural damage in a storm, possible student injuries….
Evacuate immediately through an appropriate exit. Same as a fire drill.
Account for all students follow all fire drill procedures with students 100m from the building.
Wait for instructions, return to building or proceed to the Multiplex.

There are two types of lockdown alerts:
Hold and Secure is used for situations where for the most part it is business as usual, but students are not allowed to leave the building. If you are outside, come into a classroom or gym and continue your lesson.
An Emergency lockdown: POLICE WILL BE CALLED is for more serious situations. When this type of lockdown is called do the following:
Staff and students go into lockdown mode by locking classroom doors, shutting blinds on the main floor, taking care of any special duties (certain classes listed below), moving themselves and their students to a safe place in the classroom away from the windows and the door.
maintain silence, silence phones, check texts and email but do not phone.
If you are outside head to an area behind the school out of site, by the garbage and recycling dumpsters once there if safe head to the field north of the modular classrooms then the Multiplex.
Students may run to the gym/Industrial Arts/Drama/foods/modular classes within the first 20 seconds of the drill if in a hallway close to those areas. Students who miss safe rooms must either hide or exit the building if it is safe to do so.
If in a unique space at Edwin Parr listed below follow these procedures:
Gym: Students will go into the two changerooms and the storage room.
Pods: Teachers in rooms D & H (ie. 203D and 203H) will go and put down the blackout blinds, close pod door and will instruct students to put down window shades if on the main floor.
Art: Will go into the Industrial Arts shop
Cosmo: Will go into the Foods room.
Computer Lab: Will go into the Music Room.
Upstairs Offices: Lower blinds, shut lights off and get behind a desk.
Admin suite/staff room: Persons will go into the photocopy room and bathrooms.
Learning Commons: Students are to hide or exit the building if safe
Library: Students are to get into the storage room
washrooms: run to a safe room or stay put and be quiet
Do not leave if a fire alarm is pulled during the lockdown (only exit when told to evacuate).
If you are outside head to the field north of the modular classrooms, if the coast is clear continue to make your way to the multiplex fieldhouse.
High school students who were downtown or in a vehicle, stay out of the school and head to an area away from the school.
Contact off-site teachers: curling rink, skating rink, field trip - if coming out of the building after the lockdown ends, come out empty handed!
(police will be there, and do not want hands in pockets or carrying
The type of Lockdown will be announced. For example, “We are in an administrative lockdown” or “We are in an emergency lockdown” - please proceed as required.