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I disagree. If an alarm is given that means "prepare to evacuate", then I would've dried myself off, got dressed, and put my shoes and socks on, for as long as there was still time. But as soon as the actual "evacuate immediately" alarm sounded, then I would just get the hell out of there ASAP. There isn't always time for getting changed unfortunately in this situation. It just happens.
In my accommodation, there was no 'prepare to evacuate' alarm, so all alarms (even the tests) sounded the same.
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(Original post by PhoenixFortune)
In my accommodation, there was no 'prepare to evacuate' alarm, so all alarms (even the tests) sounded the same.
That's understandable, not all premises have this alarm, only some do.
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Hi!
My advice is to buy a robe, it's easy and quick to put on, and make sure its a warm one! 👍🏻😉
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Hi!
My advice is to buy a robe, it's easy and quick to put on, and make sure its a warm one! 👍🏻😉
Fully agreed, that is what I would also recommend.
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