Emergency Telephone Numbers
Police, Fire, Ambulance: 9-1-1 - Dial 9 (for outside line) then dial 9-1-1
Campus Security: 519-748-5220 ext. 5555
All emergency phones are linked directly to Security. Your call will be answered immediately by someone who will be able to monitor you on a security camera
It is important to stay calm when making an emergency call as Security will ask you a series of questions:
- Your name
- Nature of emergency
- A phone number or extension where you can be reached
DO NOT hang up the phone until Security has all pertinent information.
When calling 911 from a college extension, it is essential that Security be notified of all emergency situations so they can respond and direct emergency vehicles to the correct location.
Upon Discovery of Fire
Your safety is the prime consideration.
Sound a fire alarm at a pull station if the alarm has not been activated. Assist anyone in immediate danger to safety without undue risk to yourself.
If the fire is spreading rapidly, leave the area immediately and close and door behind you.
Persons with mobility impairments should proceed to the nearest Emergency Evacuation Zone (EEZ), inform Security of your presence by using the yellow Emergency phone at each location.
DO NOT USE ELEVATORS
Upon exiting the building move at least 15 metres (50 feet) away from the building for your safety and to allow access for emergency vehicles. Listen for for the "All Clear" announcement before re-entering the building.
If you cannot leave your area or have to find an area of refuge because of fire or heavy smoke, remain where you are and:
- Close the door but leave it unlocked for entry by fire fighters or rescue workers.
- If possible, dial 911 and tell the Fire Services where you are (including campus address and room number) and your phone number.
- Seal any cracks where smoke can enter.
- Keep low to the floor if smoke enters the room.
- If possible, open a window for air. Signal firefighters by waving something visible. Close window if smoke comes in from window.
- Wait to be rescued. Remain calm. DO NOT panic.
- Listen for instructions or information given by the Fire Services.