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Your safety is important:

Safety starts at home! Please work with us to ensure a safe environment for all. Stay alert and be informed. 

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Complaint form for Sexual Assault (UFS Sexual Assault Response Team)

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What to do in case of an emergency
ALARM: Follow the evacuation procedure of the building or space where you are located.
FIRE: Sound the alarm immediately. 
ATTACK: Stay put until further instructions. 
BOMB SCARE: Open doors and windows and evacuate. 

Always stay calm; it’s the best safety tip for you and those around you.




 Articles about Safety and Security: 

Be a law-abiding road-rule citizen these holidays (Published: 29 March 2018)
Emotional safety during exams (Published: 7 June 2018)
Next Chapter Green Ribbon campaign addresses mental health (Published: 14 June 2018)
Dealing with the trauma of sexual assault (Published 14 June 2018)
Safety tips for the road ahead (Published: 6 July 2018)
Student safety at centre of UFS agenda (Published: 24 July 2018)
Students urged to help combat crime (Published: 18 September 2018)
#BSAFE Flee a fire: Don't be a hero (Published: 20 February 2019)
On foot on the road to safe commuting (Published: 21 February 2019)

Are you cautious enough on the roads? (Published: 18 April 2019)



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