How will I know it's an emergency?
An emergency situation, when monitored by ASYA (Automatic SYstems Analysis), will be signaled by a warning klaxon. An automated female voice will describe the nature of the situation and issue specific instructions.
What should I do?
Due to the potentially volatile nature of Jurassic Park, all emergency procedures are to be taken very seriously. In the event of an actual emergency situation, responsibility for Jurassic Park falls into the hands of the Director of Operations, who is to remain on site until the situation can be rectified.
What is an emergency, anyway?
An emergency is generally defined as an unforeseen combination of circumstances requiring immediate action. Some examples include:
- Power Outages. Generally, these result from an overload of some sort. The breaker switch for the complex is located in the Power Room on Level One.
- Fire. InGen is equipped with a state-of-the-art Halon Gas System (HGS) that, in the event of fire, will remove all of the oxygen from the room, effectively snuffing the flame. A warning will be issued before the gas is emitted. In the unlikely event that a person is in the room at the same time, he or she should immediately look for the override switch, usually located in an adjacent corridor.
- Escaped Dinosaurs. In the unlikely event of an escaped dinosaur, all employees should immediately evacuate, as the complex will be sealed. The Director of Operations is responsible for remaining behind to immobilize (or, in extreme cases, terminate) the fugitive animal.
- Enemy Invasion. In cases of enemy invasion, responsibility for the Park falls into the hands of Security, who will manage the situation until proper police or military officials can be summoned.
- Viral Infection. Due to the delicate balance of Jurassic Park, even the slightest potential of contagion must be handled with utmost care. In the event of a suspected virus, the Complex will be quarantined and sealed. Employees should await further instructions which will be forthcoming.
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