Housing

Housing fire safety begins with you. Know how you can help others and yourself during a fire emergency.

Become familiar with your building’s Emergency Evacuation Plan
•    Mission Bay and Tidelands Housing Fire Alarm and Drill Response
•    145 Irving Street Housing Fire Alarm and Drill Response

Review the Fire Emergency Procedures and Equipment information.

Tour the areas where you work in your building, to identify and correct common fire hazards with Fire Prevention 101

Free Trainings

Fire & Life Safety This overview of fire safety can be completed in less than 15 minutes. Topics include: Fire prevention, fire protection, what to do in case of fire, and how and when to use fire extinguishers.

UCSF Housing Services: Fire and Life Safety Overview of fire life safety topics for UCSF Housing occupants and staff. Topics include: Fire prevention, fire protection, what to do in case of a fire, and how and when to use a fire extinguisher.


Which buildings are High-Rise buildings?
Mission Bay North and East buildings are considered High-Rise buildings (measuring over 75 ft. in height) and therefore are 'partial evacuation' buildings, which means only 4 floors are immediately evacuated—the floor of the alarm, two floors above, and one floor below. The Fire Department upon arrival will determine if additional floors need to be evacuated.

Table of High Rise Buildings

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