What is it?

A set of rules and procedural rules aimed at mitigating or mitigating the effects resulting from catastrophes (fire, flood, bomb threat, earthquake, chemical accident, etc.).

Regulates the management of material and human resources and resources, optimizing their use.

It is dynamic and needs constant updating.


What are the goals?

Ensure the maximum possible safety for all users of the school building.

Enhance the coordination of different territorial and special emergency plans (if any).

Promote education that allows teachers, students and non-teaching staff to acquire prevention and self-protection habits.


Security Manager (top hierarchical leader of the school)

– President of the Executive Board – Ana Isabel Freitas

Security Delegates

– Paulo Ferreira

– José Carlos Ferreira

Emergency Situations

In an emergency, we can have two situations:

1 Evacuation:

What is it?

Transfer outside the school, in a planned manner and to a safe place (meeting point), a group of people affected by an emergency.

When is it done?

Whenever there is a risk that comes from within the school.

Examples: Fire, Explosion, Bomb threat, Gas leak

School evacuation video

Evacuation alarm

2 Coat:

What is it?

It means locking yourself away in a safe place inside the school.

When is it done?

Whenever there is a risk that comes from outside the school.

Examples: Floods, Chemical accident, Forest fire

shelter alarm

Associated Legislation

It is prepared and constituted under the terms of:

Decree-Law 220/2008, of 12 November: Legal framework for fire safety in buildings.

Ordinance 1532/2008, of 29 December: Technical regulation on fire safety in buildings.

What is the importance of the Prevention and Emergency Plan?

Although it stems from the application of the law, it becomes, in practice, a tool with a strong operational component, a guide, a “living” document of procedures for the various situations of particular risk of each school, which must be shared with the entire community. school.