Of course it's your job to troubleshoot and correctify anomalies within the reactor core but, da**it, it seems like sirens mean “evacuate the nuclear power plant before you turn into a puddle of radioactive goo.” Ok. . . Take a deep breath, put down the chips and salsa, 'hero up', and fix this before the entire neighborhood turns into a giant microwave oven.
With red emergency lights glowing, you step right past the staircase and into the elevator where you frantically press “UP” seventeen times in a row. Sure, the elevator you are in 'may' malfunction and head to the basement where it 'could' short-circuit and stop. (You don't recall THOSE safety-training videos, do you?) Now you've gotta figure out how to get to the emergency spiral stair and get into the elevator shaft above you where you'll have to gain access to the cooling systems before 'blammo!' the entire station melts straight down to “H, E, double-hockeysticks.”
Blackout escape will give you its own version of “warm fuzzies” while you're attempting to integrate the cooling thingamabobs into the now-melty whatchamajiggers. We're pretty certain that these are the actual technical terms used. Anyhoo, book your adventure and then, put on your hazmat suit and bring a pair of needle-nose pliers and a paper clip to save the day. P.S. No flashlights allowed cuz we're sticklers that way. (Blackout 'can' be played as the second part in a double-feature beginning with Meltdown)