We hope you never, ever have any accidents or mishaps here, but if you do, the first aiders listed below are here to help.
In the event an accident does occur this should be recorded in the accident report book and the Departmental Safety Officer (email@example.com) informed. White copies of accident reports are to be passed to the Head of Administration and Finance for review before they are then sent to the university safety office.
All accidents should be reported to the department (typically via reception) who will ensure a first aider attends as appropriate, an entry is made in the accident book and any first aid supplies used are replenished.
Location of accident report book
The old paper based accident reporting book system has been retired. As of 1/6/2020 there is a new online incident reporting and investigation system (IRIS).
List of qualified First Aiders
If you need a first aider during working hours (8am to 6pm) the recommended approach is to ask at reception (S0.00 73525, 80307, 15100) who will then find a first aider for you. You can of course approach a first aider directly:
- Mark Doyle (S0.43 - 15103)
- Luis Oliveira (S0.43 - 15325)
- Lucas Savoi (S0.43 - 15325)
- Joe Thomas (S0.43 - 15325)
- Antony Groth (S0.43 - 15325)
- Georgina Rudolph (S0.44 - 83880)
- Petrona Winton (S1.26 - 11500)
- Aileen Peverell (N0.20 - 15388)
- Ken Choi (S3.19 - 15170)
- Gregg Morris
- Phillip Whitfeld
Locations of First Aid Kits
There is at least one first aid kit located on every floor of the buildings. The first aid kits are typically located in the stair cores (cores 2, 3, 5). At the mezzanine level there are also first aid kits within the entry space of the lecture theatres. The kits are regularly checked and restocked by the FM team. If you find a kit that is incomplete or use an item from a kit please report this so it can be replaced immediately.
Fully Automated Defibrillators
There is a fully automated defibrillator available within the department. Familiarity and some training for such devices has been given to the first aiders. In general though the device is fully automatic and could be used by anyone if the need arose. The device is located in the mail room for ease of access. The device is also available for wider use across the ROQ site should other buildings have a need.
Similar devices are also now available within the Blavatnik School of Government and the Primary Health Care buildings.
First Aid, Treatment and Privacy Room
This room is located on the ground floor, South Wing (Room S0.31) and is available for a number of purposes as outlined in the building information. All First Aiders and events staff have access. If you feel unwell please contact Reception, who will contact a First Aider, or contact a First Aider direct (see list above).
If you are taken unwell out of office hours (NB Reception is open 08.00-18.00 Monday to Friday) please contact Security Services on (01865 2-)72944 or the Emergency line (01865 2-) 89999.