Posted by Adam Roberts on January 24, 2019 07:15:56 When a building has collapsed and you’re in need of rescue, you can sometimes find yourself stuck in one of those rooms that have no exits.
Building codes are complex and complicated, and it can take days or even weeks to get a proper rescue.
To help people find a way out of a building, we’ve put together a list of places to call for help.
We’ve highlighted places you can call and callers who can provide help.
Some of the rescuers may not be equipped to help you.
You’ll want to check the building codes before you go.
But if you need help, there are a few places to turn.
911 If you are calling 911, try to get the emergency dispatcher to call the building code number of the building that you are in.
It will tell you how to get to the nearest emergency room.
The emergency services website Building codes for emergency services There are also a number of websites that list the codes for building emergency services in your state.
You can find out more about those in the state’s codes.
The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration website Emergency management and building code emergency phone numbers There are many people in the U.S. who are trained in building code, and you can get help from them in emergencies.
You should also get in touch with local building codes.
These can be a useful resource for people in emergencies as well.
Emergency callers website Emergency call centers If you’re calling a building code hotline or an operator to call out an emergency, you might be able to talk to someone in the building.
Building code experts and emergency workers can help you if you call them directly.
Your local building code information office You can also use your local building official’s phone number to find out if the building is registered with the building department.
This information is a good way to check if there are any codes that may need to be changed, or if you can’t find out anything about the building, or just to see what other information there is about it.