Noticed a hazard around campus…?

Help prevent potential chaos and report it! Check out the latest Think first video to see what we mean.

Who to call
If you spot a hazard when you’re out and about on campus, give Security a call on 0800 823 637. Let them know what and where the hazard is, and they’ll take it from there.

Can’t remember the Security phone number?
Grab a Think first keyring. It has the Security 0800 number on it. They come in any colour scheme you like as long as it’s black and white, and they’re easy to carry around with you.

Pick one up from the Security office, UCSA reception, Student Services Centre reception or any of the libraries on campus.

Take a look at the latest Think first video and see what happens next!

2 thoughts on “Noticed a hazard around campus…?”

  1. I am a 76 y.o. current postgraduate student with a mobility (and some physical health issues) disability. I have some problems in climbing the stairs from the ground level in the Undercroft where all the UCSA food shops are to the next level in Undercroft where the Uni Pharmacy, the ANZ Bank machines and the UCSA offices (etc) are and thence into the Library.

    I am aware that wheelchair bound students find it a major and disappointing challenge as it means they then have to exit the Hight building entirely to come back into the level of Undercroft they require (and, sometimes, in the rain or cold). If you have the misfortune to arrive in a taxi and are taken to the wrong entrance or to the wrong level, you have to go find an entrance that leads to the Undercroft level you require.
    The UCSA Food Services Division also have problems with their food and provisions cartage from one level of the Undercroft in the Hight building to another as they too are forced to exit the building the same as the Wheelchair bound students. The yellow stairs in Undercroft, those adjacent to the ‘Shilling Club,’ are just not adequate for the job when it comes to mobility disabled students some in wheelchairs or older students/staff with osteoarthritis/hip or knee joint problems!
    Regards, Robert.

    1. Hi Robert – thanks for your feedback. I’ve forwarded your comments on to the Disability Resource Service team, they’ll be in touch with you soon.

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