Online Life Safety Video For All Occupupants of 455 Market
Safety and security is a top priority at 455 Market. To help ensure that all occupants understand what to do during an emergency at 455 Market, we have prepared a convenient life safety video that can be viewed online. This video offers information for every occupant (not just floor wardens and safety team members).
Go to link: http://clients.aksafetynet.com/455/
For site registration / login password is: 455safety
This registration/password is for 455 Market occupants only – please do not share this information with others.
You will be required to go through the registration process the first time you attempt to view the video. Upon subsequent visits, you will just need the site password listed above, and your e-mail address, to log in.
The site includes a life safety video, building-specific safety information, and links to other sources of emergency information. The video covers fire, medical emergencies, bomb threats, building evacuations, shelter in place, and other critical information. A second brief video provides building-specific information. The entire video viewing takes less than 20 minutes to view.
To participate in this life safety training program:
- Click on Take the Training.
- Click on Sign Up Now under New User and enter your information to set up an account (Next time you'll just need to log in with your email address and the password.)
- Click the Start button next to the video image to launch the program.
- Click on the large white button in the middle of the video window to start the video. It will take a minute for the video to load. Use the video player controls to pause, resume, or skip forward and backward.
- After the video concludes, please click on Take the Test and answer the questions about the material. Click Get Results when all questions are complete.
- Repeat steps 3-5 for the second video program, which is a brief program customized to 455 Market.
- When you've passed the quiz, you may print out a completion certificate (for your own records) or simply log out.
Knowing how to respond to a range of emergency situations is the single best thing you can do to keep yourself, and those around you, safe.