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Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans

A Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP) is to provide people who cannot get themselves out of a building unaided during an emergency situation, with the necessary information to be able to manage their escape from the building. This will also provide the school or department concerned with the necessary information so as to ensure that the correct level of assistance is always available to ensure safe evacuation takes place.

Follow the links below to the guidance you will need to develop a plan.

Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan Code of Practice

If you require further guidance or assistance please contact the Health and Safety Team on 0191 227 4100.

Do you require any additional help?

If you require further guidance or assistance please contact the Health, Safety and Environment Office on 0191 243 7512 or 0191 243 7797.

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