Everyone must ensure their own health and safety, and that of others, by following the College's Health and Safety Policy. A copy of the policy is available at each campus Reception.
It is the duty of everyone to ensure that any activity or situation that could put a person's health or safety at risk is reported to a member of staff immediately.
If you have an accident and injure yourself, please let your tutor or reception staff know immediately and First Aid can then be arranged.
All students must wear thier ID Badges at all times. This is for your safety and security. The College reserves the right to deny access or ask an individual to leave the premises if they do not display their ID badge or are unable to show some form of identification which may be checked against enrolment information. Please note that without an official, valid ID badge, you may not be able to access some areas or services in the College.
Offsite students wishing to regularly access any of the campus based resources or services may request an ID badge. Badges for these students will be available from reception.
If you lose your badge a replacement may be obtained from Learner Services.
All the information you will need, if the fire alarms sound, is on the walls of your classrooms and the corridors, refectories and workshops.
You must make sure you read this information and understand where the assembly places are. You may need to use this information if there is an emergency. Please ask your tutor about it if you are unsure.
Briefly, this is what happens if there is a fire: If you find a fire, go to the nearest fire alarm and break the glass. This will make the alarms sound.
At The Hub - If the alarm sounds you should leave the building immediately and go straight to the nearest assembly area. The main assembly areas are next to St Georges Bridge (next to the canal) and in the Pay and Display car park next to the East Block.
At High Melton - If the alarm sounds you should leave the building immediately - close all the doors and windows of your classrooms and go straight to the nearest assembly area. The assembley area is usually an area of grass outside the building.
For further information about any of the above areas please contact Learner Services.
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