Emergency Protocols 

THIS IS NOT AN EMERGENCY ALERT SERVICE 

If you are trapped or experiencing an emergency call 911. To stay informed about current emergency, please listen for the State Outdoor Warning Sirens, announcements made by management office over PA, download the free HNL.Info app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store and/or tune into the Emergency Alert System (EAS) on the following radio stations (for Oahu):

·       KSSK-AM 590 kHz; FM 92.3 MHz

·       KRTR-FM 96.3 MHz

·       KZOO-AM1210 kHz (Japanese)

·       KREA-AM 1540 kHz (Korean)

·       KNDI-AM 1270 kHz (Multi-Cultural Radio:  Ilocano, Tagalog, Cantonese, Mandarin, Okinawan, Vietnamese, Laotian, Hispanic, Samoan, Tongan, Marshallese, Chuukese, Pohnpeian and English)

The "Emergency Procedures & Guidelines" document below has detailed instructions on how to proceed during a disaster or emergency such as a fire, hurricane, tsunami, earthquake, power outage, elevator failure, bomb threat, ambulance service, active shooter, or nuclear blast. 

FIRE ALARM:  

The unit (apartment) smoke detectors emit two (2) distinct sounds: 

 

The BEEPING sound is a local alarm (in the apartment only) and indicates a smoke detector is “smoke” activated.  If you are unable to correct the source of the smoke, proceed to emergency exits and DO NOT USE ELEVATORS.

 

The WAILING sound indicates heat sensors have activated a detector. In such an activation, the entire building goes into alarm.  If you hear this alarm, proceed to emergency exits and DO NOT USE ELEVATORS.

 

There are three (3) Manual FIRE ALARM PULL BOXES located on each floor.  One is located at each end of the hallway by the fire exits/stairs, and one is also located next to the elevators.

HURRICANE:  

Detailed information can be found in the "Emergency Procedures and Guidelines" section below. Notices are alsoposted in lobbies during hurricane season. Our unique architecture makes our windows susceptible to breaking due to wind. Keep at least one window in each room opened a crack to equalize the pressure in the apartment. If you have a lanai, it is important to remove ALL items from the lanai and place them inside your apartment or securely fasten them to your lanai railing. These items can become missiles in high winds and can cause a great deal of property damage and personal injury.

And INFORM THE RESIDENT MANAGER IF THERE ARE ANY ELDERLY OR HANDICAPPED RESIDENTS OR RESIDENTS RESIDING IN YOUR  APARTMENT WHO WOULD REQUIRE ASSISTANCE IN THE EVENT OF AN EVACUATION.