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Find out about fire emergencies, fire fighting, our buildings' safety systems, prevention and more.
Find out what you need to do in the event of a fire.
In an emergency situation, evacuation is important. It's about getting you out of a building and to a safe assembly point.
Information for those who need, or can offer, help.
Active fire fighting should only be attempted if it is safe to do so and you feel confident you know how.
When a fire has been put out, you may have some questions you need answers to.
There are many causes of fire. Learn how to minimise the possibility of a fire.
Learn more about the University's fire safety systems, especially in regard to building design.
Playing a critical role at University during emergencies, wardens have many responsibilities.
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