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Health and Safety

First aid boxA concern for health and safety is an integral part of the management of the School of Psychology.  The Head of School, Dr Georgina Randsley de Moura, believes that the highest standards of teaching and research can only be achieved when the best standards of health and safety at work have been attained.

The Head of School is charged with day-to-day responsibility for the implementation of the policy, working with the Senior Experimental Officer, but everyone in the School is expected to recognise that they have duties, to themselves and to others, to work safely and co-operate in producing a safe and healthy workplace for all.

The following sections cover the main health and safety issues relevant to staff and students working in the School:

For quick reference, download a copy of our Brief Guidance on Health and Safety Issues leaflet (PDF).

If you need any further information concerning the management of health and safety in the School, you should contact the School's Safety Co-ordinator, Gary Samson, or the Head of School.

CALLING THE EMERGENCY SERVICES

In the event of an emergency requiring the assistance of either the police, ambulance or fire and rescue service, you should call CAMPUS WATCH on:

3333

If using a mobile phone, call 01227 823333

 

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Last Updated: 29/09/2016