Hospitals often use code names to alert staff to an emergency or other event. You can contact Firewize in one of FOUR convenient ways; Emergency vehicle light usage and colors used on the road vary greatly from state to state. The IU community is advised of immediate emergency actions to take.Examples: large earthquake, catastrophic bombing, tornado warning, warnings requiring shelteringEmergency causing significant damage or disrupts overall campus operations for an extended period. I love feedback from the Firewize website. Orange - The color orange is used to alert people to the fact that there are dangerous parts of a machine or equipment. The IU community is informed of precautions relevant to the condition.Examples: flooding, chemical spill(s), severe snow stormMonitoring of potential hazards is ongoing.

In this article we discuss the colour codes as they apply in Australia. In an effort to help drivers in different industries quickly and easily gather the information they need to buy the right warning lights and accessories for their fleet or POVs, we have gathered information about each state statute in our Emergency Vehicle Lights State Statutes Guide. Conditions are localized and the Emergency Operations Center may be partially or fully activated. The levels include green for normal operations; yellow for an active emergency that does not affect the overall operations of a campus; orange, for incidents causing significant damage or disruption to campus; and red, which indicates a situation that could involve multiple fatalities or severe property damage.

The danger could be from crushing, cutting, shocking or otherwise harming people or the facility. Here is the question, and my response:Could you please email me any guidance/instructions on how to react to the colour code systems listen on your website?I work as a hospital auditor and often hear codes over loud speaker; and feel it's best to know an appropriate response, should an emergency arise.Hospitals are required to develop an emergency procedures manual which covers the a range of emergencies. There are two primary Australian Standards that provide a framework for developing emergency procedures in hospitals;How one would react in an emergency should be defined generically in the hospital emergency procedures manual.As the fight attendant says when they are demonstrating the safety features of an aeroplane "...subtly every aeroplane is different..." And the same is true for hospitals.In addition, the Building Code of Australia ("BCA") provide guidance about the safety systems, equipment and features of a building according to the classification of the building.In Victoria the Department of Human Services provides additional guidance (in addition to the BCA) specifically for healthcare facilities called the "Capital Development Guidelines".The purpose of these Guidelines is to provide appropriate levels of fire safety for staff, clients and other occupants of a building subject to the Guidelines, in part by providing for appropriately accredited professionals, such as Fire Safety Engineers, Building Surveyors and Building Inspectors, to audit and assess fire risk, recommend steps to minimise fire risk, and to assess and report on acceptable standards of fire safety, in specific settings.Firewize helps discerning property owners ensure the safety of building occupants and help protect and prolong the life of their property investment from fire. Hospitals are required to develop an emergency procedures manual which covers the a range of emergencies. The Emergency Operations Center is partially or fully activated. Coordination of campus resources may be required to limit further losses and return the campus to normal operations. Similarly, hospital emergency codes often incorporate colors (such as the widely used "Code Blue" indicating a cardiac arrest), although they may also include numbers, and may not conform to a uniform standard. Color codes do present some potential problems. There are two primary Australian Standards that provide a framework for developing emergency procedures in hospitals. Red - The color red is used on any safety signs, labels, or other objects to signify danger or to alert people that they need to stop.

Campus emergency status is based on conditions that the campus is experiencing or expecting. The campus may or may not be the only affected entity. Codes can be communicated through an intercom in the hospital or directly to staff. Today I received a message from a consultant (Tash) who asked for more information about an older article on the website titled "Healthcare - Colour Code Warning System". Also, conditions other than normal will be posted on the homepage for each campus.