Report an incident or hazard
If you have a safety issue or concern, no matter how big or small, let us know.
Your safety and wellbeing while you are working, studying, or visiting our campus is of the utmost importance to us. We are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment, and reporting incidents and hazards is an important part of ensuring this.
If you have experienced any form of violence (harassment or sexual assault), sustained an injury or identified a hazard, big or small, we ask that you report it. Having a record of all incidents (even if no injury occurred) will allow us to take preventive action and to provide support, if necessary.
This can include situations whereby:
- the event caused an illness or injury including minor injuries (psychological or physical)
- there was a near miss (unplanned events that did not result in injury, illness or damage- but had the potential to do so)
- a potential source of danger (hazard) has the potential to cause ill health or injury to a person, harm to the environment or cause damage to property
- a act or occurrence directly or indirectly adversely affects the security of people or assets on campus including harassment or sexual assault, acts of violence, theft, suspicious behavior (Security issues)
How to report
Document your incident, injury or hazard via the
Note: Incidents related to injuries or hazards must be reported within 12 hours of the incident occurring.