Fire Safety

University community members utilizing Case facilities should assume responsibility for ensuring fire safety. Violation of fire safety includes, but is not limited to:

  1. Setting a fire
  2. Sounding a false alarm, including:
    1. Falsely reporting fire, bomb threats, serious injury, or any other emergency
    2. Intentionally or negligently activating a fire alarm when no fire is present
    3. Tampering with a fire alarm pull station or fire suppression system
  3. Using a fire extinguisher in a non-emergency situation
  4. Not evacuating the building during a fire alarm
  5. Tampering with a smoke/particle detector; sprinkler heads, or other fire safety equipment
  6. Using or possessing cooking appliances (except in designated cooking area), hot plates, electrical heaters, halogen lighting sources, extension cords or similar electrical equipment
  7. Leaving cooking items unattended while in use
  8. Using candles, incense, or any open-flamed device
  9. Storage of a motor vehicle of any type within a residence facility
  10. The blocking of any inside or outside exit
  11. Storage of explosive or flammable/combustible materials
  12. Obstructing or blocking fire doors, corridors, hallways or tampering with self-closing mechanisms
  13. Possession or use of hoverboards or similar self balancing scooters on university property.

Last Updated: January 6, 2016