Queen's Health and Safety Policy
Policy information (.doc)
In case of an emergency, you should familiarise yourself with the emergency exit routes from the various buildings and rooms which you occupy in the course of your studies.These are clearly displayed in each room and should be pointed out to you by staff at the first lecture of each module.
It is also appropriate at this point to inform you that the University has a No Smoking policy in all buildings, and that food and drink must not be brought into lecture theatres or other teaching facilities.
In the event of an incident occurring requiring the attendance of any of the Emergency Services, occupants of University buildings are advised to report the incident and seek assistance by telephoning:
Extension 2222 (Calls to this number have priority status on the main telephone switchboard. The switchboard staff will then contact the appropriate Emergency Service).
If you phone to report an emergency, be prepared to:
Fire Evacuation Personnel for School of Nursing & Midwifery and Teaching Rooms
on First Floor of MBC ‘New Concourse’ area
Deputy Evacuation Officer:
Nursing Wing, Lower Ground Floor:
Nursing Wing, Ground Floor:
Joan Earle (Professor Orr’s Office and Boardroom)
Brenda Flynn + Isobel Westermann (Registry, Clinical Allocations and Reception
Nursing Wing, First Floor:
First Floor, New Concourse:
Other First Floor Wardens