What we need to do and why this is important

Review the need for a safety app

And/or accelerate consideration of the Campus Card performing the role of a safety app. The safety app is useful to both student and staff audiences. 

Many universities have implemented safety apps to provide an additional layer of safety for students studying or socialising on campus, particularly after usual business hours.

Status: in progress

Improve guidelines for student groups

On organising safe events, safe venues, camps and trips, including templates for Health & Safety Plans and Risk Management.

Student Groups deliver events and organise trips and it is important that the organisers of these activities are equipped with the information they need to organise safe activities, as  well as know how to respond if there is an incident. 

Status: complete

Review procedures for work-based learning

To ensure that prevention and awareness of HSB is taken into consideration when work-based learning opportunities are established.

The University’s responsibility for preventing and responding to HSB also extends to organisations that have a work-based learning relationship with the University. The policy and procedures for work-based learning to be reviewed to ensure HSB is considered in the establishment of these opportunities.

Status: no update

Review training and information provided to Security team

To ensure they are aware of current policies, support options, complaint processes, and respond to HSB acts in a caring, sympathetic and non-judgemental way.  

A Security Officer may be a first responder to an assault on Campus, and it is
important they are equipped with the skills and knowledge both from a cultural
and process perspective to respond to any incident. 

Status: no update

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