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Fire, Ambulance, Police
(then contact Campus Security to notify of the 000 call)
1800 931 633
(or 400 shortcut from any internal phone)
An evacuation may be required in the event of a fire, gas leak, chemical spill or bomb threat.
If you are responding to someone who has self harmed, try to be calm and control your emotional response.
An internal emergency is an event that has occurred within a building or space e.g. gas leak, chemical spill, structural collapse, or explosion occurring in your building.
An external emergency is an event occurring external to the building that may impact on the building in the short or longer term eg bushfire, chemical spill, storm, motor vehicle accident, aircraft crash, explosion, or similar.
In an emergency call triple zero 000 for an ambulance, Campus Security 1800 931 633 and CSU First Aid Officers.
|D - Danger||Ensure the area is safe for yourself, others and the patient.|
|R - Response||Check for response: Ask name, squeeze shoulders |
No response: Send for help
Response: Make comfortable, monitor response
|S - Send for Help||Call triple zero 000 for an ambulance or ask another person to make the call|
|A - Airway||Open mouth - if foreign material is present|
Place in the recovery position
Clear airway with fingers
Open Airway by tilting head with chin lift
|B- Breathing||Check for breathing - look, listen and feel |
Not normal breathing: Start CPR
Normal breathing: place in recovery position, monitor breathing
|C - CPR||Start CPR - 30 chest compressions : 2 breaths |
Continue CPR until help arrives or patient recovers
|D - Defibrillation||Apply defibrillator if available and follow voice prompts|
See CSU defibrillator locations and available in Campus Security vehicles
To assist Staff responding to a Students disclosure of sexual violence, CSU has developed the following comprehensive guide: Responding to student disclosures of sexual violence protocol