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

Your safety is important.


Emergency Procedures UFS Bloemfontein Campus

Emergency procedures: Bloemfontein Campus

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.

Emergency Numbers: Protection Services

Bloemfontein Campus: +27 51 401 2911/2634
Qwaqwa Campus: +27 58 718 5000
South Campus: +27 51 401 2911/2634

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Emergency Procedures UFS Qwaqwa Campus

Emergency procedures: Qwaqwa Campus


Emergency Services: Bloemfontein

Medical Practice: +27 51 401 2603
Mediclinic casualties: +27 51 444 6666/6225
National Hospital casualties: +27 51 405 2911
ER 24 Ambulance Service: 0800 051 051
SA Police Services: 10111
Social Work Services: +27 51 401 9117
Fire Brigade: +27 51 406 6666

Reach Out to SAPS 10111 UFS

Emergency Services: Qwaqwa

Medical Emergency / Ambulance: +27 86 155 8111
Fire and Rescue: +27 58 713 1777
SA Police Services: 10111
Qwaqwa Police: +27 58 718 0800/0895/0896
Bomb threat (SAPS): +27 58 718 5460

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