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Building Rules and Regulations

A. The entrances, corridors, passages, stairways and elevators shall be under the exclusive control of the Landlord and shall not be obstructed, or used by the Tenant for any other purpose than ingress and egress to and from the Premises; and the Landlord shall have the right to control ingress and egress to and from the Building at all times.

B. Safes, furniture, boxes or other bulky articles shall be carried by the freight elevator, or by the stairways, or through the windows of the Building, in such a manner and at such hours as may be directed by the Landlord. Safes and other heavy articles shall be placed by the Tenant in such places only as may be first specified in writing by the Landlord.

C. The Tenant, shall not place nor permit to be placed any signs, advertisements or notices in or upon any part of the Building, and shall not place merchandise or show-cases in front of the Building, without the Landlord’s written consent, which consent may be withheld or conditioned in Landlord’s sole discretion.

D. The Tenant shall not put up nor operate any engine, boiler, dynamo, or machinery of any kind, nor carry on any mechanical business in said Premises nor place any explosive therein, nor use any kerosene or oils or burning fluids in the Premises without first obtaining the written consent of the Landlord.

E. If the Tenant desires telegraphic or telephonic connections, the Landlord will direct the electricians as to where and how the wires are to be introduced, and without such written directions no boring or cutting for wires will be permitted.

F. No person or persons shall be employed by the Tenant for the purpose of cleaning or of taking care of the Premises without the written consent of the Landlord. Any person or persons so employed by the Tenant must be subject to and under the control and direction of the Landlord.

G. The Landlord shall have the right to exclude or eject from the Building, animals of every kind, except guide dogs, bicycles, or any other wheeled vehicle except wheelchairs, and all canvassers and other persons who conduct themselves in such a manner as to be, in the judgment of the Landlord, an annoyance to the tenants or a detriment to the Building.

H. No additional locks shall be placed upon any doors of the Premises without first obtaining the written consent of the Landlord and the Tenant will not permit any duplicate keys to be made. If more than two keys for any door are desired, the additional number shall be paid for by the Tenant. Upon termination of this lease the Tenant shall surrender all keys of said Premises and of the Building, and shall give to the Landlord the combination of all locks on any vaults and safes.

I. The Tenant shall not allow any curtains, filing cases nor other articles to be placed against or near the glass in the partitions between the Premises and the corridors of the Building, without first obtaining the written consent of the Landlord.

J. The Landlord shall have the right to make such other and further reasonable rules and regulations as, in the judgment of the Landlord, may from time to time be needed for the safety, care and cleanliness and general appearance of the Premises and for the preservation of good order therein.

K. Smoking is prohibited in all areas of the Building, including the Premises, except that Landlord may, in its sole discretion, designate one or more areas within the Building where smoking may be permitted.

L. No weapons shall be permitted on the property, including but not limited to handguns possessed by individuals with concealed weapons permits. Except for law enforcement individuals acting in their official capacities, this prohibition applies to all persons including, but not limited to employees, contractors and visitors within the building, the parking area and the leased premises.

Exchange Building Security

Management / Security

Building management want all tenants and visitors to be safe and secure in our environment. If you find yourself in need please contact us at 02-345-5025 x185 24 hours a day. You may think of this as “calling security” but please do not confuse it as an emergency number.

If an emergency requires police, fire or rescue needs please call 911

Automated External Defibrillator

The Exchange Building has a Philips heart start automated external defibrillator located in the lobby on the first floor.

Elevator Emergencies

The elevators are serviced by Eletech, Inc. (ph# 339-4444). The company responds 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergency calls. The only time an emergency call should be placed is if someone is stuck in one of the elevators.

What to do if somebody is stuck in an elevator:

If during normal business hours: (Make sure you speak to someone)

  1. Contact Property Manager 402-345-5025 x185
  2. Contact Eletech, Inc. 402-339-4444.
  3. Go back to the person in the elevator every 2 to 3 minutes to assure them that everything is OK.

If after normal business hours: (Make sure you speak to someone)

  1. Contact Eletech, Inc. 402-339-4444.
  2. Go back to the person in the elevator every 2 to 3 minutes to assure them that everything is OK.

Key Items to Remember:

  1. Do not pry the elevator doors open.
  2. Do not give the person in the elevator definite times as to when the Elevator Company will be there.
  3. Do not attempt to rescue them.

Tornado Evacuation

The National Weather Service is the agency responsible for issuing weather watches and warnings; including tornadoes.

The following definitions are the two types of tornado alerts that are issued:

Tornado Watch: Issued when the atmospheric conditions are such that tornadoes may develop in our area.
The watch is generally issued 4 – 6 hours before the conditions may develop.

Tornado Warning: Issued when a tornado has been sighted or verified by the National Weather Service or by persons associated with their official weather spotter teams.

When a Tornado Warning is issued for Douglas County, all warning sirens within the county will sound for a period of three (3) minutes. After the first three (3) minute warning, those areas that may be initially affected by the tornado will continue to sound until the danger has past.

When a Tornado Warning is issued, building occupants should immediately evacuate to the nearest stairwell and proceed to the lowest level of the building stairwell possible.

Remember that during a tornado warning the sirens may sound several times as the tornado moves through the area.

Many times the sirens will sound for the initial three minutes then stop as a tornado has been spotted in another part of the county.

The best action is to keep people out of the office areas, as weather conditions can change quickly.

Key Items to Remember:

  1. Stay Calm!
  2. It is not necessary to secure the building, (ex. lock the doors). Safety is the number one concern.
  3. It is not necessary to walk the floors to make sure all people are evacuated.
  4. Do not use the elevator.

Fire Evacuation

The Exchange Building has a smoke and heat detection system. Each floor has the required number of smoke and heat sensitive detectors.

The system will sound an audible alarm with flashing strobe lights when it detects smoke or heat.

When an alarm sounds follow these procedures:

Leaving the building:
Exit the building immediately using the main stairwell. If you encounter fire in or on your way to the stairwell go back and use the emergency fire escape. Remember to look for exit signs.

  • Maintain contact with a wall if there is smoke.
  • Use handrails while descending stairs.
  • Take off high-heeled or awkward shoes.
  • Test doors by putting the back of your hand to them before opening them. If hot, find another way out. If not, open the door slowly and carefully and be ready to close it if heat or smoke pours in.

Stop, drop, and roll if clothing catches fire:

  • Do not panic and run, this will only fan the flames.
  • Cover your face with your hands.
  • Drop gently to the ground.
  • Never beat at the flames with your hands; rather, smother them with your body.

If trapped:

  • Try to find a room with an exterior window and stay there until help arrives.
  • Use a cellphone or telephone, if possible, to call 911 and let them know exactly where you are in the building.
  • Keep smoke out by stuffing cracks and covering vents with clothing, newspapers, towels etc.
  • If possible, breathe through a wet cloth.
  • Wave something brightly colored by the window to attract attention.

After escaping the building and getting to the street:

  • Move away from the building.
  • Do not block fire fighters and equipment.
  • Be careful of falling glass.

After the building has been evacuated, if a person is reported missing, notify the Fire Department of the person’s possible location in the building. The Fire Department will check the building floor by floor no matter if all employees are accounted for or not.

Key Items to Remember:

  1. Stay Calm!
  2. Do not attempt to use the elevators, they will go out of service when the alarm sounds.
  3. Do not re-enter the building until it is cleared with the fire department and the management.

See Building Re-entry for further information.

Building Re-Entry

After the building has been evacuated a representative, in conjunction with police and/or fire department officials, will make the determination as to building re-entry. Do not allow anyone into the building after it has been evacuated unless they are given the OK by the fire or police department.

The decision to re-enter the building will be based on the safety of your employees. If there is any question as to the safety of the building, re-entry will not be allowed.

If building re-entry is allowed, please follow these procedures:

  1. If employees are entering the building to pick up personal belongings then leave:
    * Do not let anyone in the building alone. They must be accompanied by a building employee (i.e. management, maintenance).
  2. If employees are entering the building to go back to work:
    * Employees should enter the building floor by floor, not all at once, to relieve congestion.