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Fire Evacuation Plan
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AS REQUIRED BY ARTICLE F-105.3, D.C. FIRE PREVENTION CODE (D.C. SUPPLEMENT)
FOR MULTI-TENANT OFFICE BUILDING LOCATED AT 400-444 NORTH CAPITOL STREET, N.W. WASHINGTON, D.C. 20001

Tenants

Depending on the size and/or location of your suite there may be additional fire extinguishers and alarm pull stations inside your premises. Familiarize yourself with your suite and the building common area so that in an emergency you know where everything is and more importantly you know how to get out even if there is smoke involved.

Signage is located in the stairwells to alert you to what level you are on and on what level the final exit is located.

Fire Alarm Testing

Periodically, we will test the fire alarm system (you will be notified in advance when there is to be a test). This is an excellent time to make sure you recognize the sound of the fire alarm bells and to mentally review your escape route.

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